What’s coming soon to Shudder UK in November 2017?
Staff Reporter | On 01, Nov 2017Reading time: 2 mins
Halloween may be over, but for one streaming service, horror never sleeps. AMC’s Shudder, a subscription service dedicated to everything spooky, creepy and thrilling, has got a typically terrifying line-up for November, from modern TV slashers to classic horror trilogies – just the thing to watch as the long, cold winter nights set in.
Here’s what’s coming soon to Shudder UK in November 2017:
Wolf Creek: The Series – 9th November
Based on the hit film series, murdering psychopath Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) returns to wreak havoc in Wolf Creek – except this time things are different: this time the victim fights back. Mick chooses a family on vacation in Northern Australia to terrorize and destroy, but that is merely the inciting incident to a much larger story. A Shudder exclusive in the US, Canada and UK.
The Human Centipede (2009) – 10th November
Tom Six’s now infamous series have pushed the boundaries of gore to messy new lows. The Human Centipede 2 also arrives on the same day, just in case you fancy a double-bill back to back (ahem).
Basket Case (1982) – 10th November
Frank Henenlotter’s American horror comedy, which has spawned two sequels, is a cult hit about a normal-looking person who is seeking vengence for the surgery that separated him from his conjoined twin brother.
Necromantik (1987) – 10th November
Jörg Buttgereit’s 1987 German exploitation flick is so controversial it was banned in multiple countries.
Another Evil – 16th November
After encountering a ghost in their family’s vacation home, a couple hires an exorcist to get rid of it. Dan, a modern artist and his wife Mary soon realize that ridding the home of evil won’t be as simple as it seems. Starring Steve Zissis (Togetherness) and Steve Little (Eastbound & Down).
Cold Prey 3 (2010) – 16th November
Mikkel Brænne Sandemose’s third entry in the Norwegian horror franchise is a prequel the popular original Norwegian film, with Nils Johnson in the lead role. The film sees a group of young friends as they head into Jotunheimen National Park, where several disappearances took place years ago.
Sam Was Here – 23rd November
When his car breaks down, Sam becomes a prisoner in a hostile desert environment, with only a talk-show on the local radio station to listen to. Listeners begin sharing their thoughts on a child killer at large, and eerily enough, Sam starts receiving strange threats on his pager. Slowly, Sam realizes he’s become a target and must now defend himself.
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