What’s coming soon to Shudder UK in August 2019?
Staff Reporter | On 03, Aug 2019Reading time: 2 mins
Grindhouse indies, Lovecraftian romance, occult thrills and killer kids. It’s all in a month’s work for Shudder UK, which is serving up a whole heap of creepy classics this summer to keep things chilling.
Here’s what’s coming soon to Shudder UK in July 2019:
El Gigante – 1st August
After attempting to cross the US/Mexico border in search of a better life, Armando awakens in an unknown room, his body broken down and a Lucha Libre mask sewn into his neck. He attempts to escape, but is surrounded by a sadistic family, who watch him with hungry eyes. The only chance for Armando’s survival in this hellish nightmare is to last in a wrestling match against the most terrifying villain of all.
The Quiet Room – 1st August
ter a failed suicide attempt, Michael’s believes that he’s awakened Hattie, a demon who — according to urban legend — haunts his hospital’s “quiet room.” Now, he must find a way to stop her before her rampage claims everyone Michael connects with.
Get My Gun – 12th August
After an innocent prank leaves Amanda pregnant and out of a job, she finds herself on the verge of motherhood and the target of a psychotic stalker who will stop at nothing to get her hands on the unborn child.
Why Horror? – 12th August
Tal Zimerman is a horror journalist and a full-fledged fan of everything deep dark and disgusting. But lately he’s been asking himself WHY? Why is it that he and millions of other people are obsessed with horror? Tal sits down with leading genre filmmakers, writers, musicians, historians, anthropologists and psychologists around the world, to discover why we enjoy being scared.
Citadel – 12th August
Ciaran Foy’s directorial debut stars Aneurin Barnard and James Cosmo as an agoraphobic widower and a rogue priest who team up after the predators who killed his wife abduct his daughter.
Belzebuth – 29th August
Set on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, this Spanish/English language film follows special agent Emanuel Ritter as he leads a police investigation into a series of mysterious deaths involving young children at the border. The case takes a supernatural turn when a priest from the Vatican links the ancient demon Belzebuth to the murders.
Spring – 26th August
Sometimes, the most terrifying – and magical – thing is another person. That’s the profound truth at the heart of this skin-crawling, heart-warming horror-romance from The Endless directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.
Other new releases coming soon to Shudder UK in August 2019:
The Midnight Swim
House of 1000 Corpses
Here Comes the Devil
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