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Trying to plan out your horror streaming for next month already? Of course you are. With so many horror films streaming, it’s hard to keep track of what is streaming where!

Here is everything coming to Shudder for April of 2022!

(Information courtesy of AMC Networks press releases)


Every Friday in April from 3pm – 4pm ET, members are invited to call Samuel Zimmerman, Shudder’s
VP of programming, to for customized horror viewing recommendations from Shudder’s expansive film
collection – from his favorite genre films of all time to highly anticipated releases this year. A new hotline
phone number will be announced each Friday on Shudder’s social media platforms.

Please note: While recommendations are provided for free, please note that normal phone and long distance charges may apply. Call volume is expected to be high, so please keep trying if a busy signal is
received. There are no guarantees that every call will be answered, but Sam will get through as many as
he can within the hour.


Night’s EndPremieres March 31
In Night’s End, an anxious shut-in unwittingly moves into a haunted apartment and hires a mysterious
stranger to perform an exorcism which takes a horrific turn. Starring Geno Walker, Felonious Munk,
Kate Arrington, and Michael Shannon. Written by Brett Neveu and directed by Jennifer Reeder (Knives
and Skin, V/H/S/94).

Cursed Films IIPremieres Thursday, April 7, New Episodes Every Thursday (Shudder Original
Shudder’s acclaimed documentary series is back to explore the facts and myths surrounding a new batch of famous films some consider cursed. The new season will feature The Wizard of Oz, Rosemary’s
Baby, Stalker, The Serpent and the Rainbow, and Cannibal Holocaust. Featuring new interviews with FX
expert and former Mythbusters host Adam Savage, Oscar-winning cinematographer Roger Deakins, actor
Bill Pullman, and director Ruggero Deodato, among many others.

See For MePremieres Thursday, April 7 (Shudder Exclusive Film)
A blind young woman caught in the crossfire of a home invasion scheme must rely on an Army veteran
via an app to survive in this shocking cat-and-mouse thriller. Starring Skyler Davenport, Laura
Vandervoort, Kim Coates, and Jessica Parker Kennedy.

The CellarPremieres Friday, April 15 (Shudder Original Film)
Filmed on location in Roscommon, Ireland, The Cellar tells the story of Keira Woods (Elisha Cuthbert),
whose daughter mysteriously vanishes in the cellar of their new house in the country. Keira soon
discovers there is an ancient and powerful entity controlling their home that she will have to face or risk
losing her family’s souls forever. Official Selection, SXSW 2022. Also, out in theaters on April 15 from
RLJ Films.

Virus 32Premieres Thursday, April 21 (Shudder Original Film)
A virus breaks out and a chilling massacre rages through the streets. The sick become hunters, and only
calm their fever by unscrupulously killing all those not yet infected. Unaware of this, Iris and her daughter
spend the day in the sports club where Iris works as a security guard. When night falls, their fight for
survival beings. Their only hope of salvation arrives when they discover that after each attack, the
infected seem to stop for 32 seconds of calm before attacking again.

The Last Drive-in with Joe Bob Briggs Season 4Premieres Friday, April 29, New Episodes Every
Friday (Shudder Original Series)
The hit series returns with Briggs, the world’s foremost drive-in movie critic, presenting eclectic horror
movie double features, interrupting the films to expound upon their merits, histories, and significance to
genre cinema. The season premiere will feature a celebration of The Last Drive-In’s 100th movie since Joe
Bob’s first Shudder marathon in 2018, with surprise special guests.


April 1
• Candyman
Student Helen Lyle learns of the terrifying local legend of The Candyman – a hooked serial killer
who appears when you say his name in a mirror, five times.

• The Evil Dead
In 1979, a group of college students who, during a weekend getaway, find a Sumerian Book of the
Dead in an old wilderness cabin they’ve rented. When they unwittingly unleash evil spirits and
demons while reading incantations from the book, that’s when the real havoc begins.

• Evil Dead II
Ashley J. Williams returns to the same cabin in the woods and again unleashes the forces of the dead
in Sam Raimi’s classic sequel to/retooling of The Evil Dead. Considerably upping the ante from the
raw, meaner indie that put the director on the map, Evil Dead II is spooky, splattered blast of pure
cinema. Raimi’s virtuoso vision twirls his love of cinema, terror, and slapstick into simply one of the
greatest horror movies of all time.

• The Fog
The ghosts of shipwrecked sailors return to get revenge on a seaside village on the 100-year
anniversary of their deaths at the hands of the town’s founders. Since six were murdered, six residents
of Antonio Bay are destined to die. Who will it be? Radio host Adrienne Barbeau? Hitchhiker Jamie
Lee Curtis? Party planner Janet Leigh? Priest Hal Holbrook? Or maybe they’ll all be pulled into the

• Near Dark
Country boy Caleb Colton whittles away the quiet rural nights hunting local girls – but when he falls
prey to the mysterious and beautiful Mae, Caleb unknowingly becomes the hunted. From master
director Kathryn Bigelow, Near Dark is simply an essential of vampire cinema.

• The Serpent and the Rainbow
Wes Craven directs this frightening excursion into the supernatural as one man goes to Haiti to
retrieve a powder that has the power to bring humans back from the dead.

• Session 9
In this now celebrated creeper, an asbestos abatement crew wins the bid for an abandoned insane
asylum. What should be a straightforward job, is complicated by the discovery of audio tapes from a
former patient with multiple personalities. Slowly, the team succumb to whatever darkness lies inside
the Danvers State Mental Hospital.

• The Funhouse
From horror master Tobe Hooper, four teenagers visit a local carnival for a night of innocent
amusement but instead find terror when they are trapped inside the funhouse maze with a monster
that stalks them one by one.

• The Devils
In 17th century France, hunchbacked nun Sister Jeanne (Vanessa Redgrave) lusts after the town’s
priest Father Grandier (Oliver Reed), a sinful but ultimately just man. But when the priest marries,
jealous Jeanne accuses Grandier of using witchcraft on her convent, and the other nuns play along,
behaving as obscenely as possible. Ken Russell’s savage portrait of religious hypocrisy earned the
film the top spot on the list of most controversial horror films ever made. Rarely streaming in the
US, The Devils is essential viewing.

• Trick ‘r Treat
On the night when demons and tortured souls are free to walk the earth alongside mortal revelers,
four tales of terror–of a staid high school principal who is a Halloween serial killer, a college-age
virgin seeking that special guy, a woman who hates dressing up for Halloween and whose husband
is obsession with the holiday and a group of young teens who pull a cruel prank–will make you laugh
even while scaring you.

April 4
• Ritual
During a vacation in the woods, a man tries to find his family while being hunted by a sadistic killer.
From Joko Anwar, director of Satan’s Slaves and Impetigore.

• Summer of 84
It’s the summer of 1984, the perfect time to be 15 years old and free. But when neighborhood
conspiracy theorist Davey Armstrong begins to suspect his police officer neighbor might be the serial
killer all over the local news, he and his three best friends begin an investigation that soon turns

April 11
• Rocktober Blood
An executed rock star comes back to haunt a rock star who betrayed him, or so she thinks.

• Puppet Master
Assailed by nightmarish visions, Alex Whitaker and his fellow psychics descend on the Bodega Bay
Inn. There, they discover that their compatriot Neil has apparently committed suicide. But, as the
gruesome visions continue, they sense that there’s still something sinister afoot. When they find
themselves hunted by a band of homicidal marionettes created by twisted puppeteer Andre Toulon,
they discover they’re right.

• Puppet Master 2
The malicious marionettes are back to resurrect their dead master and evict parapsychologists from the
family estate.

• Puppet Master 3
Gestapo agents face killer dolls when they murder puppeteer Toulon’s wife in this prequel to Puppet Master.

April 12
• Subspecies
Michelle and Lillian are two American students who have joined their friend Mara in Romania for their
studies of the ancient myths and legends of Transylvania. But Myth turns into reality when the women
become the object of desire of the powerful and grotesque Radu, an evil vampire obsessed with making
them his consorts.

• The Pit and the Pendulum
In the quest to save souls, the Spanish Inquisition will stop at nothing and knows no boundaries for its
evil. Maria must find the power to save her husband from the ultimate machine of torture: the razorsharp
pendulum poised over the pit of hell under the direction of Torquemada the Grand Inquisitor of

• Intruder
The overnight crew of a supermarket find themselves pursued by a mysterious maniac in this fun late-
80s slasher from regular Sam Raimi mainstay Scott Spiegel, who co-wrote EVIL DEAD 2 and appeared
in many of Raimi’s films.

April 18
• The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula Seasons 1-3
After its biggest-ever hit fourth season and its first as a Shudder Original, past seasons of The Boulet
Brothers’ Dragula are coming to Shudder, making the streamer the exclusive home for all four seasons
plus 2020’s Resurrection special. The beloved reality series is a competition created and hosted by The
Boulet Brothers to find the world’s next Dragula Supermonster. Each season, a new group of drag
artist vie for the title and crown through a series of challenges to demonstrate their mastery of the four
pillars of Dragula: drag, horror, filth, and glamour.

April 25
• Etheria season 5
11 episodes featuring savage serial killers, desperate robot husbands, ghostly visitors, gory body
horror, demented sibling rivalry, ruinous secrets from the past, witchcraft and witches of several
kinds, mermaids, campfire legends, and a hilarious cult indoctrination.

• Jamie Marks is Dead (2014)
Fifteen-year-old Adam McCormick’s life hasn’t been the same since classmate Gracie Highsmith
found Jamie Marks’s dead body at the edge of the river. Adam becomes fixated on Jamie’s death and
gradually a deep bond develops between the living teenager and the dead boy’s ghost. But the more
attached Adam becomes to Jamie’s ghost, the weaker his ties to reality become.

By Pat Emmel

Patrick began collecting a library of VHS tapes, DVDs, and CDs when he was young, and continues to build a library that could easily double as a video store and/or a revitalized Tower Records.