Check out what’s new on Shudder this Feburary.

(All Shudder releases)


Premieres Thursday 2 February

In Skinamarink, two children wake up in the middle of the night to find their father is missing, and all the windows and doors in their home have vanished. To cope with the strange situation, the two bring pillows and blankets to the living room and settle into a quiet slumber party situation. They play well worn videotapes of cartoons to fill the silence of the house and distract from the frightening and inexplicable situation. All the while in the hopes that eventually some grown-ups will come to rescue them. However, after a while it becomes clear that something is watching over them. The film stars Lucas Paul, Dali Rose Tetreault, Ross Paul and Jaime Hill and is executive produced by Edmon Rotea, Ava Karvonen, Bonnie Lewis, Alan Lewis, Josh Doke and Jonathan Barkan. Written, directed and produced by Kyle Edward Ball, in his directorial debut.


Premieres Thursday 9 February

Maja is a has-been actress in Denmark who falls in love with Leah, a young, Jewish academic visiting from the UK. When Leah suffers a mysterious seizure, Maja fears their whirlwind romance might be cut short and decides to follow Leah back to her home in London. There, she meets her new downstairs neighbour: Leah’s mother, Chana. An overbearing, seemingly religious and highly secretive woman, Chana is resistant to all of Maja’s attempts to win her over but with increasingly strange occurrences in the building, she begins to suspect that Chana’s secrets could be much darker than she first anticipated. Co-written and directed by Gabriel Bier Gislason and starring Sofie Gråbøl and Josephine Park.

The Witch Part 2: The Other One

Premieres Thursday 16 February

A fter a girl emerges as the sole survivor of a bloody raid on the research facility behind the top-secret Witch Program, she is rescued by a pair of civilians who soon realise that more danger lies ahead. Directed by Park Hoon-jung and starring Kim Da-mi, Park Eun‑bin and Lee Jong Suk.


Premieres Friday, February 24

A fashion designer is suffering from a mysterious illness that puzzles her doctors and frustrates her husband, until help arrives in the form of a Filipino career, who uses traditional folk healing to reveal a horrifying truth.

Directed by Lorcan Finnegan and written by Garret Shanley, Nocebo stars Eva Green, Mark Strong and Chai Fonacier.

(Shudder US below)


My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009) – Directed by Patrick Lussier

Return of the Living Dead III (1993) – Directed by Brian Yuzna

Homebodies (1974) – Directed by Larry Yust

Fear No Evil (1981) – Directed by Frank LaLoggia

Queen of Spades (1948)

Baby Blood (1990)

Malefique (2002)

And Soon the Darkness (1970)


Stepfather II (1989)

Last & First Men (2020)

Lust for a Vampire (1971) Directed by Jimmy Sangster

Nekromantik 2 (1991)

The Final Terror (1983)


The Witch: Subversion (2018)


Nomads (1986) – Directed by John McTiernan

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