SHUDDER Australia: SEPTEMBER 2022 Release Schedule (With Trailers)

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Left to right: ‘Saloum’, ‘The Columnist’ and ‘Raven’s Hollow’

Here’s the complete SEPTEMBER 2022 Australian release schedule for AMC Networks’ Shudder, the streaming service serving up genre entertainment, including horror, thrillers, and the supernatural.

Take a look at the complete list of dates and content – with trailers! And as always, a heads up that some of these trailers below may be of the RED BAND, gory variety, so take heed.

After more Australian release schedules for the month of September? Check out the line-up for NETFLIX and AMAZON PRIME VIDEO …

1 September

  • Who Invited Them – A Shudder Original

Adam and Margo’s housewarming party goes well enough except for this mysterious couple, Tom and Sasha, lingering after the other guests have left. The couple reveals themselves to be their wealthy and successful neighbours, but as one nightcap leads to another, Adam and Margo start to suspect their new friends are duplicitous strangers with a dark secret. Written and directed by Duncan Birmingham, and starring Ryan Hansen (Veronica Mars), Melissa Tang (The Kominsky Method), Timothy Granaderos (13 Reasons Why) and Perry Mattfeld (In the Dark).

6 September

  • Disappearance at Lake Elrod (aka Through the Glass Darkly)

A year after her daughter’s disappearance, another girl from Elrod, Georgia, goes missing. Convinced there is a connection, Charlie won’t stop searching until she discovers the truth.

  • Evidence

Four friends embark on a camping trip to an isolated wilderness to shoot a documentary one of them is making. On the first night the group hear blood-curdling cries and see unexplainable shadows surrounding the camp causing them to question whether they should leave. Suddenly the night takes a terrifying turn when one of the group goes missing and the remaining three realise they are being brutally hunted… but by what?

  • Jackals

When their oldest son is brainwashed by a disturbing cult obsessed with violence, a family enlists a cult deprogrammer to extract him. But as they work on reversing the damage to his mind, the family finds themselves under siege, trapped in a remote vacation home deep in the woods and surrounded by ruthless cultists determined to take back their missing member. A vicious battle unfolds, unleashing a bloodbath in which there will be few survivors.

  • The Lesson

After being disruptive and violent to their local community as well as their teachers, two schoolboys are attacked and awaken to find themselves bound and gagged in a disused warehouse. After suffering them for long enough, their teacher has decided that the boys need to learn a lesson they won’t forget and study for their lives.

7 September 

  • Lifechanger

Drew has an identity problem. Every few days, he has to shape-shift, or face a painful death. He has to find someone and make a copy. He takes everything: their looks, memories, hopes and dreams. Their entire life. He becomes them and they die horribly. Lately, the changes are becoming more frequent. Facing his imminent death, Drew sets out on one final blood-soaked mission.

  • 101 Scariest Film Moments of All Time – A Shudder Original Series, Premiere, new episodes weekly

In this eight-episode new series from the producers of Eli Roth’s History of Horror, master filmmakers and genre experts celebrate and dissect the most terrifying moments of the greatest horror films ever made, exploring how these scenes were created and why they burned themselves into the brains of audiences around the world.

8 September

  • Saloum – A Shudder Original

Shot down after fleeing a coup and extracting a drug lord from Guinea-Bissau, the legendary mercenaries known as the Bangui Hyenas – Chaka, Rafa and Midnight – must stash their stolen gold bounty, lay low long enough to repair and refuel their plane and escape back to Dakar, Senegal. When they take refuge at a holiday camp in the coastal region of Sine-Saloum, they do their best to blend in with their fellow guests; including a mute named Awa, with secrets of her own and a policeman who may be on their tail, but it’s Chaka who happens to be hiding the darkest secret of them all. Unbeknownst to the other Hyenas, he’s brought them there for a reason and once his past catches up to him, his decisions have devastating consequences, threatening to unleash hell on them all.

Saloum stars Yann Gael, Evelyne Ily Juhen, Roger Sallah, Bruno Henry, Marielle Salmier and Mentor Ba and is written and directed by Jean-Luc Herbulot, from a story by Herbulot and Pamala Diop.

Official Selection TIFF 2021, Fantastic Fest 2021 Best Director/New Wave winner.

13 September

  • Antrum

In 1988 a screening of Antrum at a cinema in Budapest resulted in the tragic death of fifty-six people when the building caught fire and burned to the ground. Other deaths linked to the film resulted in Antrum being condemned as a ‘cursed’ film and its master negative destroyed.

  • Rabies

In this clever Israeli slasher, a group of people get caught in a serial killer’s web. There are two siblings who’ve committed a major sin, 4 teen athletes, a forest ranger and two pervy cops. As each of them enters the woods where the psycho lurks, their decisions lead to terror and torment.

16 September

  • The Columnist

Femke Boot is a columnist who is obsessed with reading the endless abusive messages and death threats posted about her on social media. This obsession consumes her life and prevents her from concentrating on the novel she has promised to her publisher. One day, all her pent-up anger and frustration explode in a moment of shocking and unexpected violence. When this brutal and bloody act inspires Femke to write again, she surrenders to her rage and begins to lead a double life as a daytime writer and nighttime murderer.

20 September

 

  • Cemetery of Terror

On Halloween, a group of medical students steal the corpse of a serial killer from a morgue and raise him from the dead, inadvertently putting themselves and a group of young neighbourhood children in danger.

  • Grave Robbers

Teenagers accidentally resurrect a satanic killer who targets the local police captain’s daughter to birth the antichrist.

  • The House at the End of Time

A wrongfully convicted murderess must solve a metaphysical mystery to find the real killer. 30 years ago, Dulce was convicted of killing her husband and kids, despite her pleas that an evil entity in the house committed the slayings. Now, as part of her sentence, Dulce’s sent back to the home where the murders happened. As memories come flooding back, Dulce teams up with a priest to uncover the secrets of the house and find peace.

  • I am Toxic

A man wakes in a world destroyed by biological warfare with no memory of his previous life. Taken prisoner by a group of scavengers he meets a young woman who tries to help him escape as the scavengers pursue them through the barren wastelands.

22 September

  • Raven’s Hollow – A Shudder Original

West Point cadet Edgar Allan Poe and four other cadets on a training exercise in upstate New York are drawn by a gruesome discovery into a forgotten community. Starring William Moseley (The Chronicles of Narnia), Melanie Zanetti (Love and Monsters), Callum Woodhouse (All Creatures Great and Small), Kate Dickie (The Green Knight) and David Hayman (Sid & Nancy). Written and directed by Christopher Hatton. Official Selection, FrightFest 2022.

27 September

  • Darklands

A journalist investigates an evil cult who may have murdered a female colleague. After Rachel dies mysteriously while investigating her brother’s death, Frazier Truick decides it’s time to get to the bottom of what the cult is all about. But he’s not prepared for pagan rituals, Satan worship and human sacrifice. Racing against time, Frazier must solve the crime before he winds up its next victim.

  • Wild Country

After being forced to give her baby up for adoption, a teenage girl decides to go on a cross country hike through the Scottish Highlands with a group of friends. In an attempt to re-kindle their relationship, her ex-boyfriend appears uninvited, but his attempts at reconciliation are interrupted after they find an abandoned baby in the ruins of an old castle. As they attempt to get the baby to safety, a wolf-like creature appears from the darkness hell-bent on protecting its brood.

  • Goldberg & Eisenberg

Goldberg is a lonely computer programmer who spends his time searching the internet for a girlfriend. After a blind date in the park, he meets Eisenberg, a thug who stalks him, intruding into his everyday life until Goldberg’s actions to get rid of him spin dangerously out of control.

29 September

  • Boys from County Hell

Welcome to Six Mile Hill, a sleepy Irish backwater whose only claim to fame is the somewhat dubious local legend that Bram Stoker once spent a night in the local pub. It’s home to Eugene Moffat (Jack Rowen), a young man who fills most of his days drinking pints with his friends and pranking tourists who come to visit the gravesite of Abhartach, a legendary Irish vampire some believe to have inspired ‘Dracula.’ A personal tragedy forces Eugene to go and work on the site of a controversial new road development that threatens to destroy the town’s livelihood. Strange events unfold when Eugene and the crew tear down a famous cairn believed to be the final resting place of Abhartach, and they soon come under attack from a sinister force that has infected one of their workmates. Written and directed by Chris Baugh.

30 September

  • Queer for Fear: A History of Queer Horror – A Shudder Original Series, Premiere, new episodes weekly

From executive producer Bryan Fuller (Hannibal), Queer for Fear is a four-part documentary series about the history of the LGBTQ+ community in the horror and thriller genres. From its literary origins with queer authors Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde to the pansy craze of the 1920s that influenced Universal Monsters and Hitchcock; from the “lavender scare” alien invasion films of the mid-20th century to the AIDS obsessed bloodletting of 80s vampire films; through genre-bending horrors from a new generation of queer creators; Queer for Fear re-examines genre stories through a queer lens, seeing them not as violent, murderous narratives, but as tales of survival that resonate thematically with queer audiences everywhere.

Date to be announced

  • Untitled Boulet Brothers Series

For the third straight Halloween season following The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Resurrection (2020) and The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula season 4 (2021), the ground-breaking duo return to Shudder to horrify and delight with their boldest and most ambitious show ever.

 

 

 

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