Shudder has uncovered their newest assortment through Twitter, composed of 22 Valentines films

The most notable film in the assortment is without a doubt Michael Rymer’s Queen of the Damned, starring the late Aaliyah, satisfying Valentine’s Day theming with its alluring stars and debaucherous vampire activity. Yet, for viewers who need to stretch out to something unique, the varied assortment features delicate romance masquerading as sci-fi body horror in Spring or the trial giallo thrill ride, The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears. New additions to the Shudder stage, by and large, spill over into the assortment, including the period horror, The Last Thing Mary Saw. For the old fashioned horror fan, black-and-white classics like Mario Bava’s Black Sunday and Curtis Harrington’s Night Tide exist to test the boundaries of dread and passion. Otherwise, several other charming films reside inside the assortment, which subscribers can now access by means of the Shudder website or application.

The class streaming service Shudder is conveying a cautiously organized assortment of scares on schedule for Valentine’s Day. Shudder, a piece of AMC Networks, has been one of the most consistent sources of specialty content for fans of horror, spine chiller, and clique films since its origin in 2015. Besides Shudder originals, classic films like Phantasm and Halloween, and hosted shows like The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, the stage is known for accumulating great collections of movies for various occasions.

Now, Shudder has uncovered their newest assortment through Twitter, composed of 22 films that straddle the “slight line among affection and dread,” as indicated by the Love Sick page on their website. Consistent with Shudder’s zoological display of licensed titles, the selections in the Love Sick assortment range from classic slashers like the David Boreanaz-drove Valentine to the impossible to miss horror romance, Are We Not Cats, which follows a couple that likes to eat hair. Shudder also includes their original series, A Discovery of Witches, which makes up the just non-film organized for the assortment.


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