Today AMC announced the launch of its thriller genre streaming service Shudder in Australia and New Zealand. Shudder offers a wide selection of horror movies and original content to the U.S. Canada, Germany, and the UK, with the latest addition of these two new countries.
“We’re thrilled to share our unrivaled collection of curated horror and supernatural movies and series with Australian and New Zealand audiences just in time for Halloween season, where we feature our biggest and best programming of the year,” said Craig Engler, Shudder’s General Manager. “These new launches continue our growing international expansion and our commitment to offer premium genre entertainment to a global audience.”
The SVOD platform has plans starting at A$5.83 and NZ$6.67 and is available in both countries on iOS and Apple TV, Android and Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV in Australia.
Shudder has been premiering new original movies on its platform over the summer, including The Beach House, an indie apocalyptic sci-fi thriller that presents an alluring mix of scorching seaside imagery, claustrophobic isolation, mysterious contagion, and gruesome body horror. It also debuted Host on July 30, an exclusive Zoom-based horror film from filmmaker Rob Savage.
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