What’s coming soon to Shudder UK in March 2020?
Staff Reporter | On 03, Mar 2020Reading time: 5 mins
The Dead Lands may be reaching its finale this month, but Shudder is far from short of horror delights, with everything from V/H/S to The Furies available to stream, as well as Shudder Original The Room. And, if you need a box set to binge on through the cold, dark nights, Missions returns for a second season.
Here’s what’s coming soon to Shudder UK in March 2020:
Apartment 143 – Available now
Hired to debunk a supposed haunting, paranormal investigators come face-to-face with an angry spirit more terrifying than they have ever imagined in Carlos Torrens and Rodrigo Cortes’ 2011 thriller.
Dark Skies – Available now
Lacy (Keri Russell) and Daniel Barrett (Josh Hamilton) share a peaceful life in the suburbs with their sons, Jesse (Dakota Goyo) and Sam (Kadan Rockett). However, that peace soon shatters with a series of disturbing events that escalate. When it becomes clear that their family is being targeted by an unimaginably terrifying, deadly — and possibly alien — threat, Daniel and Lacy draw on their courage and determination to protect their family and identify what is after them.
Bloodsucking Bosses – Available now
A down on his luck cubicle worker and his slacker best friend discover their new boss is a vampire who is turning their coworkers into the undead.
The Dead Lands: Season 1 Finale – 5th March
A supernatural adventure set in a mythic Māori past, with an aesthetic that’s part Ash vs Evil Dead and part Xena: Warrior Princess. The Dead Lands features a disgraced warrior, Waka Nuku Rau (Te Kohe Tuhaka), who’s sent back to the world of the living to redeem his sins. But the world Waka returns to is ravaged by a breach between Life and the Afterlife as the spirits of the newly dead now stalk the land and hunt the living.
Waka encounters a determined young woman, Mehe (Darneen Christian), who becomes both his protégé and moral compass. Together, they navigate tribal politics, the unsettled ghosts of Ancestors and other forces both natural and supernatural, on a quest to discover who “broke the world” and how to repair it—if it’s not too late. Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK. An AMC Networks’ Shudder and TVNZ production.
Luciferina – 9th March
A young, sexually-curious nun and a group of her friends travel to the jungle for an occult ceremony where they encounter the devil himself. Starring: Sofia del Tuffo, Marta Lubos, Pedro Merlo, Malena Sánchez, Francisco Donavon.
Let the Right One In – 9th March
A haunting meditation on desire and devotion, this tender vampire coming-of-age tale is one of the best horrors of the last 10 years.
Exorcismus – 9th March
Possessed by a demon, a teenager (Sophie Vavasseur) turns to her cleric uncle (Stephen Billington) to perform an exorcism.
Shudder Original: The Room – 12th March
He’s a struggling comic book artist, she’s tired of her job in a big law firm. In search of a more authentic and healthy life, they leave the city and move into an old house in New Hampshire. They soon discover a secret hidden room that has the extraordinary power to materialize anything they wish for. Like children in a fairy tale, they spend days and nights indulging their every material desire. And then one day, they ask for something different: a child, a little boy of their own, only to discover some wishes have dire consequences. Starring Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace) and Kevin Janssens (Revenge), directed by Christian Volckman.
Sorority Row – 16th March
The students of a sorority try to hide the death of one of their house sisters but are stalked by a serial killer.
The Reef – 16th March
While sailing to Indonesia with his friends, Luke’s boat capsizes. Desperate to survive, a few members decide to risk swimming to a nearby island but a great white shark starts trailing them.
Missions: Season 2 – 19th March
A tech billionaire hired a group of astronauts and psychologist Jeanne Renoir to make the first successful journey to Mars. But the voyage didn’t go according to plan. Now, five years have passed since the crew of the Ulysses returned to Earth. The memories and traumas of the first manned voyage to Mars still haunt each of the mission’s survivors. But everything changes when they each experience a vision of Jeanne, convincing them that, somehow, somewhere, she is still alive. A new, secret mission for the Red Planet is launched to find her. But the billionaire still has a few secrets—as does Mars itself.
V/H/S – 23rd March
This old-school horror anthology is an analogue shot in the arm for a digital horror age.
The Crucifixion – 24th March
Terror strikes when a journalist investigates the death of a nun during an exorcism.
The Furies – 24th March
Social commentary and blood-curdling gore collide in Tony D’Aquino’s high-concept debut feature.
Lost River – 31st March
Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut stars a cast almost as impressive as his promising talent behind the camera, from Christina Hendricks and Saoirse Ronan to Iain de Caestecker, Ben Mendelsohn and Matt Smith.
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