Everything you need to know about Shudder, a streaming service that gives you unlimited access to horror, suspense, and thriller movies for $4 per month
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Shudder is a streaming service that gives users unlimited access to the largest collection of uncut and ad-free thriller, suspense, and horror films.
You can join free for seven days. After your trial, Shudder plans start at $3.99 per month.
You can stream Shudder using the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Xbox One.
John Carpenter, Alfred Hitchcock, Wes Craven, Stanley Kubrick, James Wan … once you start counting them off, you realize how deep the wellspring of talent goes in the horror movie genre. But instead of finding grainy versions of the classics on Reddit or digging into the internet for the latest next big thing, you can find them all in one place: Shudder.
Shudder is a streaming service that gives users unlimited access to the largest collection of thrillers, suspense films, and general horror media, with each title being handpicked by genre experts and served uncut and ad-free. New releases drop as frequently as every week on the site, and offerings range from entry-level classics to exclusive and genre-defying tastemakers for super-fans. It also includes some series, a handful of podcasts, and “Shudder TV” — a 24/7, pre-programmed feed.
It can be streamed using the Apple app store, Google Play, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Xbox One. Monthly, it’ll cost you between $4 and $5.
Founded first as an invite-only beta test in the summer of 2015, Shudder quickly expanded to virtually every corner of the horror film ecosystem. By late 2016, the service had pushed …read more
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