Love Horror’s Top Seasonal Shockers on Shudder

11222Horror 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.

Here is what Shudder has to say about their WINTER CHILL Collection:
“Snowbound scares? It’s the reason for the season. As the holidays approach and the temperature drops, get a different kind of chill with Shudder’s selection of wintry horror. Creepy cabins, Arctic outposts, bad dads and worse Santas leave a whole lot of red on all that white. Outside or in, it’s all frightful.”

Here are our top 3 including review quotes:
Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)
“Ho-Ho-horrible this is a true Christmas slasher classic and most definitely one of the best X-mas slashers going.”
See the Top 10 Christmas Horror films Here, watch the movie on Shudder Here and the trailer below:

Christmas Evil (1980)
“90 minutes of crazy low budget 80s horror heaven, and even better is one of the few seasonal treats to draw attention away from the obnoxiousness of rampant triteness and consumerism. In short, it was cheap, it was bonkers, it was christmasy, and I loved every moment of it. If you don’t believe me, check out the quote from John Waters on the poster.”
Read the rest of our review Here, watch the movie on Shudder Here and the trailer below:

Blood Rage (1987)
“There is also plenty of gore, dismembered discoveries and great gruesome effects which ever slasher always needs well captured in an early scene including the one Thanksgiving related gag line “it’s not cranberry sauce” which Terry says while starring calmly at his guts covered blade.”
Read the rest of our review Here, watch the movie on Shudder Here and the trailer below:

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About Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. In 2008 he teamed up with long term friend and fellow fright film fanatic Tom Atkinson to set up Love Horror in celebration of the genre they both loved. Becoming joint editor the website has been running ever since and some of Alex’s highlights have included frequently attending festivals and interviewing a ton of horror talent. Taking his passion for another genre further in 2017 he helped set up the Science Fiction Rating System. The podcast which runs weekly reviews films in an attempt to rank every Sci-Fi ever made.

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