March has a really varied line-up if you subscribe to Shudder. And if you don’t, what’s wrong with you? Plans start at under $5 a month and you can get the first week free when you visit Shudder.
Here’s what’s playing this month:
Shudder’s Modern French Horror Collection: Get into the new extremity of French horror with Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s Livid (previously unavailable to stream in the US) and Inside; Alexandre Aja’s High Tension, Claire Denis’ Bastards and Trouble Every Day, Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s Evolution, Xavier Gens’ Frontier(s) and Pascal Laugier’s Martyrs. Shudder also has the following French horror already up for streaming: Adoration, The Advent Calendar, Among the Living, Brotherhood of the Wolf, Islands, Kandisha, Knife + Heart, Sheitan, The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears, Let the Corpses Tan, Teddy, Terror Sisters, Them (ils) and Zombi Child.
Shudder original The Scary of Sixty-First debuts.
The Nightmare, Memory: The Origins of Alien, Darling and Corporate Animals all start on this date.
Shudder original The Seed debuts.
Triangle, Dario Argento’s Trauma, Home With a View of a Monster, Hounds of Love and Tragedy Girls premiere on this day.
The Bunker Game, a post-apocalyptic LARP slasher movie, starts today. It’s also a Shudder original.
Siege, Await Further Instructions and the George Romero documentary Birth of the Living Dead start on this day.
The Spine of Night has the voices of Richard E. Grant, Lucy Lawless, Patton Oswalt, Holly Gabriel and Joe Manganiello. An animated heavy metal film, I’ve been waiting to see this for a while.
Blood Conscious, Minor Premise and Tobe Hooper’s Eaten Alive all debut. Definitely watch the Hooper film if you haven’t before.
Etheria Season 4 has eight new stories by female talent.
Night’s End is a Shudder original about a new home and the exorcism that goes wrong to cleanse it.
What are you excited about on Shudder this month?