Horror Channel’s Horror Club to screen Shiver

ShiverFollowing the inaugural sell-out showing of Inbred, Horror Club, created by Horror Channel, will host its second event at The Horse Hospital on Tuesday Dec 4 from 7pm with an exclusive preview screening of Julian Richard’s spine-chilling Shiver.

This special event, open to all horror fans, will be introduced by Horror Channel’s Emily Booth and genre expert/writer Billy Chainsaw. Chainsaw will interview Richards after the screening. Richards, an award-winning writer and director, is best known for his ground-breaking serial killer shockumentary THE LAST HORROR MOVIE and the haunting SUMMER SCARS, which won two British Academy Awards.

Julian said today: It’s terrific news that Horror Club will be presenting Shiver in December. I can’t wait for the opportunity to watch the film in the company of hard core horror fans”

Shiver

Entry is free and seats can be won by entering a competition exclusively through Horror Channel Here!

Shiver stars John Jarratt (WOLF CREEK) as Franklin Rood, a weird loner laughed at by women. He handles his anger at rejection by creating a police taunting alter ego, The Griffin, and embarks on a spree of horrific murders, seemingly at random, all young women. However, one manages to escape, for which she earns his respect – and his love. Danielle Harris turns in a powerful performance as Wendy, the girl who has to toughen up quick if she wants to stay alive. Also stars Casper Van Dien and Rae Dawn Chong.

Check out the trailer below –

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