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Shudder Must-See Watch List

The Shudder library is so vast sometimes many phenomenal programs get lost in the shuffle. Below is the best of the best of what Netflix has to offer. Depending on your taste and interests, the shows below may also strike a chord with you or not but there is no denying they are the most popular, successful series. Check back often for new additions to the list.

In this anthology series, The silent Creep shows audience members darkly grim horror stories from the pages of the Creepshow comic book.Like any anthology series, Creepshow is a mixed bag. Some stories work. Some don’t. In Creepshows’s case the majority of episodes are very well done.
Cursed Films
 A five-part documentary series, which explores the myths and legends behind some of Hollywood’s notoriously “cursed” horror film productions. A captivating series that will makes you wonder if the curses are real.
The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs
Proving once again that “the drive-in will never die,” iconic horror host and exploitation movie aficionado Joe Bob Briggs is back with an all-new Shudder Original series, hosting weekly Friday night double features streaming live exclusively on Shudder. Hands-down the best series on Shudder and alone is worth the subscription. Not only will film guru Joe Bob and Mail Girl Darcy entertain you but they will educate you as well.
The Dead Lands
Dishonoured warrior, Waka Nuku Rau, dies, but the Ancestors in the Afterlife send him back to the world to find redemption and honour. There, in the world of the living, he’s aided by Mehe, a young woman determined to make sure he does. Together they discover the world has been disrupted by forces not of the living. Talk about “original programming”. Dead Lands takes viewers on a fascinating journey into a world most people don’t know much about.
On an ordinary suburban street in Buenos Aires, voices are heard from kitchen sinks. Bodies are levitating. Evil is here. It is up to a doctor, her colleague, and an ex-cop to get to the bottom of this neighborhood nightmare. Our full review is here.
The Ranger
After a run-in with the cops at a punk show goes sideways, Chelsea and her pals flee the city in search of a place to lay low. Running to the security of Chelsea’s old, abandoned family cabin in the woods, they fall under the watchful eye of an overzealous park ranger who holds a secret from Chelsea’s past.Our full review is here.
A team of hapless reality TV ghost hunters experience true paranormal activity for the first time while filming a make-or-break episode in the most haunted mansion in Mexico. Facing cancellation on the one hand and supernatural entities on the other, the team must figure out a way to bust the ghosts, deliver the episode of a lifetime, and escape with their lives intact.Fun, scary and clever.
The Wrath
In this supernatural creeper set in 14th century Korea, a curse is killing the sons of the kingdom’s highest-ranking official. When the final son dies, his pregnant widow, Ok-bun, must face vicious family politics and the vengeful spirit descending on the household. A remake of 1986 Korean horror essential, Woman’s Wail, The Wrath is elegant horror with funhouse chills.Another fantastically creepy film from Korea.
The Room
In search of a more authentic life, Kate and Matt leave the city for an old house in the middle of nowhere Maryland. There, they discover a hidden room that has the extraordinary power to grant any wish. Their new life becomes a true fairytale, but beneath the bliss, something darker lurks: some wishes can have dire consequences. Twisted, dark. Be careful what you wish for.
Blood Quantum
he dead are coming back to life outside. But in the isolated Mi’gmaq reserve of Red Crow, the indigenous inhabitants are immune to the zombie plague. Traylor, the tribal sheriff, must protect his son’s pregnant girlfriend, apocalyptic refugees and reserve riffraff from the hordes of walking white corpses.A new take on zombie horror with plenty of guts and gore for everyone.
It’s the 16th Century. The plague has taken over and fear runs rampant in the streets. When rumors of a vicious beast roaming Mount Inwangsan—called “Monstrum” by terrified masses—begin to spread, fear turns into panic. In order to quell the rising panic, King Jungjong brings his most trusted general, Yoon-gyeom, out of retirement. Is the creature, Monstrum, real? Or a figment of mass imagination? The monster kicks some serious ass in this fantastic creature feature.
Scare Package
In this riotous anthology, Chad Buckley is a lonely Horror aficionado, spending his days overseeing a struggling video store and arguing with his only customer, Sam. When an unsuspecting applicant arrives, Chad sets out to teach him the rules of Horror; weaving in and out of hilarious segments geared toward the ropes and tropes of terror.Our review and our interview with star Dustin Rhodes.
Down on her luck, Maya learns that she may inherit a house in her ancestral village. But when Maya returns to the village with her loyal best-friend, Dini, she’s unaware that the community has been trying to kill her to remove the curse that’s plagued them for years. As she unravels the complicated truth of her past, Maya finds herself in a fight for her life. As the mystery unfolds so does the insanity.
Six friends get together during lockdown for their weekly zoom call. It’s Haley’s turn to organise an activity and instead of a quiz, she’s arranged for a Medium to conduct a séance. Bored and feeling mischievous, Jemma decides to have some fun and invents a story about a boy in her school who hanged himself. However, her prank gives license for a demonic presence to cross over.Capitalizing on the situation in 2020, this film will chill you to the bone.
La Llorona
Accused of the genocide of Mayan people, retired general Enrique is trapped in his home by massive protests. Abandoned by his staff, the indignant old man and his family must face the devastating truth of his actions and the growing sense that a wrathful supernatural force is targeting them for his crimes. A different kind of revenge story.
The Pale Door
The Dalton gang find shelter in a seemingly uninhabited ghost town after a train robbery goes south. Seeking help for their wounded leader, they are surprised to stumble upon a welcoming brothel in the town’s square. But the beautiful women who greet them are actually a coven of witches with very sinister plans for the unsuspecting outlaws – and the battle between good and evil is just beginning.Western horror that packs more punch than a stick of dynamite.
The Mortuary Collection
In the phantasmagorical town of Raven’s End, nothing is as it seems… A misguided young girl takes refuge in a decrepit old mortuary. There she meets Montgomery Dark, an eccentric undertaker with more than a few skeletons in his closet. Montgomery chronicles the strange history of the town through a series of twisted tales, each more terrifying than the last, but the young girl’s world is unhinged when she discovers that the final story… is her own.Except for the segment which is far too “woke” for our liking, another great Shudder anthology that is bolstered by stellar performances by Clancy Brown and Caitlin Fisher.
Members of a paranormal exploration club go to an abandoned house to prove the existence of a frequency that contacts spirits. Frighteningly, the young students become the ghost’s host in this Korean chiller.Falls a bit during the finale but the trip to get there is twisted.

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