Everything coming to Shudder in May!

Happy May everyone! April came and went by so quick I’m pretty sure I got whiplash. But no fear – May is here. And that means new content on Shudder!

Unfortunately, for me, I’m in Canada so I don’t always get the great content that you American’s do with Shudder. But what I love about Shudder is how much content they still manage to get for us up north folks. I’ll include which ones are coming to us Canadians below.

There’s some great exclusives, some more Joe Bob, and a new podcast!

Check out below:


TODAY – May 1st

Bad Dreams (1984, Andrew Fleming) (also coming to Canada)

Doomsday (2008, Neil Marshall)

Fear (1996, James Foley)

The Other (1972, Robert Mulligan) (also coming to Canada)

Predestination (2015, Peter Spierig)


May 6th

Bloody Birthday (1981, Ed Hunt) (also coming to Canada)


May 9th

The Ranger (2018, Jenn Wexler) (also coming to Canada) SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE

Starring Chloë Levine, Jeremy Holm and Larry Fessenden. The Ranger follows a group of punk teens on the run from the police. They take cover in the woods only to be terrorized by a park ranger’s brand of psychotic justice. This is Jenn Wexler’s debut feature and has a killer soundtrack.

May 13th

V/H/S/2 (2013, Simon Barrett, Jason Eisener, Gareth Evans, Gregg Hale, Eduardo Sanchez, Timo Tjahjanto, Adam Wingard)

V/H/S: Viral (2014, Justin Benson, Gregg Bishop, Todd Lincoln, Aaron Moorhead, Marcel Sarmiento, Nacho Vigalondo)


May 15th

White God (2014, Kornél Mundruczó) (also coming to Canada)


May 16th

Stan Lee’s Lucky Man (season 3) (also coming to Canada)

Based on an original idea from Stan Lee, Lucky Man follows Harry Clayton, played by James Nesbitt, who is a London cop. He has an ancient bracelet that gives him control over luck itself. In the third season, the bracelet draws Harry to Hong Kong and into the path of his greatest nemesis yet!


May 20th

100 Bloody Acres (2013, Cameron Cairnes, Colin Cairnes)

Effects (1980, Dusty Nelson) (also coming to Canada)


May 23rd

The Night Shifter (2018, Dennison Ramalho) (also coming to Canada and Shudder UK)

Starring Daniel de Oliveira, Fabiula Nascimento, Bianca Comparato, it follows Stenio who works the graveyard shift at the morgue. While he works alone, he is never truly alone as he can talk to the dead. But the whispers of the night reveal secrets of his own life and Stenio unleashes a curse that brings forth danger.


We’ve also got more Joe Bob Briggs in The Last Drive-In. We’ve had some goodies already which you can check out below:

Is C.H.U.D. a D.U.D. According to Joe Bob?

Deathgasm is a small movie with a big fucking heart

Come on down and visit Castle Freak

Joe Bob goes live every Friday at 6pm PT on Shudder TV. Join in on twitter using the hashtag #thelastdrivein


May 3rd Shudder will also release the podcast, Eli Roth’s History of Horror: Uncut. It’s based on the docuseries of the same name that premiered last Halloween on AMC. You can now watch the whole series on Shudder and it’s incredible. Coming May 3rd Shudder is releasing the extended audio of the interviews for your spooky ears to absorb.

It includes such guests as Stephen King, Quentin Tarantino, Edgar Wright, Bruce Campbell and more!

All episodes will be made available on May 3rd on Shudder. They’ll be released twice-weekly on any platform that podcasts can be found.


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Written by Charlotte

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