While summer is kicking into high gear, you may want to spend your evenings inside, enjoying the air conditioning while you watch some horror movies on Shudder. AMC’s streaming service has a lot coming in the upcoming month, and here is what’s arriving and a few recommendations.
One of the freakiest movies coming out is Impetigore, which arrives to Shudder on July 23. The movie follows a woman who finds out she may inherit a home in her ancestral village. When she visits the village she was born in, she finds the community needs to remove a curse that’s plagued them for years, and they can only do so by killing her. You can check out the trailer for the film below.
On July 1, all three Sleepaway Camp movies arrive. A cult classic ’80s series, the film series follows bad campers being executed by a murderer at camp. Yes, it does sound exactly like Friday the 13th, but Sleepaway Camp has its own flavor–even if all the movies are pretty much the same–as the killer is someone you wouldn’t expect.
Finally, on July 1 you can also check out Return of the Living Dead. The comedic franchise added something different to the zombie movie genre as a whole. And it’s the series that originated the idea that zombies need to eat brains.
If you’re interested in Shudder, there are plans costing $4.75 a month. The streaming service features movies, TV shows, documentaries, podcasts, and a whole lot of originals.
Below, you’ll find everything coming to Shudder for the month of July. If you’re looking for more streaming news, check out everything coming to Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ for July.
New to Shudder in July 2020:
- The Burning
- Return of the Living Dead
- Sleepaway Camp
- Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers
- Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland
- The Beach House
- Maniac Cop
- Maniac Cop 2
- Maniac Cop III: Badge of Silence
- Lake of Death
- Nina Forever
- The Pool
- Turkey Shoot
- In Search of Darkness
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