Horror movie streaming service Shudder has a terrifying tone of great horror movies so we thought we would delve into some of their specially curated Shudder Collections to pick some of our favourite frighteners.
Salem Kapsaski delivers a real Troma treat in an outrageous, punk/rock feminist, exploitation musical that makes a clever commentary on the British welfare state. Spidarlings is the story of lesbian lovers Eden (Sophia Disgrace) and Matilda (Rahel Kapsaski), two casualties of ‘Broken Britain, struggling to make ends meet.
America’s creepiest, kookiest family are back in town, touring across the UK in a brand-new production of The Addams Family Musical. Based on Charles Addams illustrated creations which he debuted in 1938, The Addams Family were a satirical take on the All-American Family formula seen in many beloved US sitcoms of the time.
John Williams (The Mothertown, 2014) brings back the ‘feel good horror movie’ in a Brit Flick with real bite, The Slayers (2015).
Written and directed by Frank Henenlotter the crazed mind behind such cult classics as Frankenhooker and the Basket Case trilogy Brain Damage which came out in 1988 six years after the first Basket Case film on paper appears to be a bad taste gore filled horror as unwitting youth Brian (Rick Hearst) becomes the host […]