In May, the horror streaming service Shudder is offering up new reasons to stay at home with fresh content arriving throughout the month. This includes brand new movies, recent On Demand hits, and classic catalog titles.
Having already released some of the year’s best new scary movies in the first four months of the year, Shudder has even more lined up in May. The wild sci-fi horror Fried Barry hits the service on May 6–this South African movie focuses on a man who is possessed by aliens and sets out on a wild night of sex, drugs, and violence. That’s followed a week later by The Reckoning, a period tale of witchcraft and possession from Descent and Hellboy director Neil Marshall.
On May 20, Psycho Goreman finally hits Shudder, following an On Demand release earlier in the year. It’s the latest movie from The Void director Steven Kostanski and is a hilarious tribute to ’80s horror and Japanese superhero movies, about a pair of suburban kids who gain control over a bloodthirsty alien warrior. The month wraps up on May 27 with Skull: The Mask, a supernatural slasher in which a museum assistant and a policewoman team up to stop a series of killings connected to a haunted mask.
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