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5 New Horror Flicks Now Streaming On SHUDDER!

With so many streaming services at our disposal, there are limitless options in terms of finding horror. Neflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Vudu and so on and so forth! But thankfully, we’ve got Shudder, which specifically caters to the die-hard insatiable horror fan. And they’re consistently adding new stuff, cult classics, and more on a regular basis.

Hell, as much as I watch, I can’t even keep up! I subscribe to Shudder through my Amazon Prime account for $4.99 a month. You can also get it via the website, iOS, Android, Chromecast, Apple TV, and Roku for $4.99/month or $49.99 with an annual membership, and for those of you that listen to our weekly horror podcast Shock Waves, you can get a month free by entering the code “SHOCK” at check out.

Here are 5 new horror titles that you can add to your watch list to get your started! I haven’t even seen all of these, but I love that they’re already available as Shudder exclusives. Let’s have a look at the queue.


This 2016 horror flick from Finland comes from director Taneli Mustonen. It’s based on a true story of 4 teenagers that were stabbed to death back in 1960 in their tent. Current day, four new teens go camping at the same spot to try to recreate those events and figure out what really happened there. Scary surprises ensue!


Another festival favorite, 2016’s SWEET, SWEET LONELY GIRL is a deliberately paced horror film about a girl that comes to tend to her sick aunt. When she meets another girl in town, her new found friend takes advantage of her psychologically unstable mind and influences her to do bad things!


Yet another flick from 2016 with quite a reputation, after wandering a ruined city for years in search of food and shelter, two siblings find their way into one of the last remaining buildings. Inside, they find a man who will make them a dangerous offer to survive the outside world. From filmmaker Emiliano Rocha Minter, be prepared for this shocking new voice in horror.


We’ve seen the great “slashers” of the 80’s. But what happens to “the final girl” after the movie is over? This 2015 thriller from Ben Moody asks just that as we follow Camryn, the sole survivor of a camp massacre as she tries to assimilate back to regular life. But is the killer she thought she put down really dead? Or has he returned for his revenge?


This 2016 throw back to 80’s “slashers” was the first original production from Scream Factory and Chiller Films, and helmed by Mark Pavia, the director of NIGHT FLIER. Hilary gets in a minor fender bender on the road on the same weekend her parents leave her home alone. But what if her car accident wasn’t a coincidence and instead a way for a sadistic killer to get all the info he needs to stalk her and her friends?