New On Shudder: Our Picks For November 2018

Halloween may be over, but horror lives on at Shudder. Originals, exclusives, and a major marathon arrive in November to shake up the holiday season. Looking for the best new additions? We’ve got you covered with our monthly recommendations.

25YL Top Pick:

THE LAST DRIVE-IN WITH JOE BOB BRIGGS: “DINNERS OF DEATH”

Thursday, November 22

Drive-in movie critic Joe Bob Briggs hosts Shudder's Dinners of Death marathon.

Joe Bob Briggs is back with the first of two holiday marathons. The legendary drive-in movie critic hosts another round of handpicked selections that are sure to delight and disgust. What titles are on the menu? All will be revealed when the marathon airs Thanksgiving night.

Bonus Picks:

DEADWAX, A SHUDDER ORIGINAL SHORT-FORM SERIES 

All Episodes Available Thursday, November 15

Hannah Gross stars as Etta in the Shudder Original Deadwax.

A record’s killer reputation is front and center in Shudder’s first scripted short-form title. Director Graham Reznick uses his experience in sound design and music to present a story that haunts the ears as much as the eyes.

ALL HAIL ARGENTO

Available Tuesday, November 1

A memory of murder unfolds in Deep Red.The master of Italian horror comes to Shudder with a collection of classic titles that are sure to please Giallo fans. If you’re new to Italian genre films, this is the place to start. The collection includes:

Deep Red (1975)

Inferno (1980)

Tenebrae (1982)

Phenomena (1985)

The Stendhal Syndrome (1996)

Demons* (1985) and Demons 2* (1986)

*Credited As Co-Writer and Producer Only

Required Viewing:

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover (1990)

Sex and cannibalism meet in a tale that is definitely not for the squeamish.

The Crow (1994)

Brandon Lee’s tragic death gives the film a sense of finality and pain that is impossible to match.

Hellboy (2004)

The comic book creation comes to life with all of the dark details and twisted stories that made him a favorite among fans.

Snake Eyes (1998)

While the film may not be considered on par with De Palma’s classics, Snake Eyes has its charms.

Other Titles Coming To Shudder In November:

British series Stan Lee's Lucky Man comes to Shudder.

STAN LEE’S LUCKY MAN  

A SHUDDER ORIGINAL SERIES AMC’S VISIONARIES: JAMES CAMERON’S STORY OF SCIENCE FICTION

8MM (1999)

I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997, Jim Gillespie)

Quay Brothers’ Shorts

Umbilical World (2017)

Amsterdamned (1988)

Liquid Sky (1983)

The Lift (1985)


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