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Amazon Prime Adding ‘Event Horizon,’ ‘Leprechaun,’ and More in June!

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June is almost upon us and Amazon is gearing up for a great month by adding a ton of horror to its Amazon Prime streaming service.

Check out the full list of offerings below!

Amazon Prime on June 1st:

Burnt Offerings: When Ben (Oliver Reed) and Marian (Karen Black) decide to take their son and Ben’s aunt Elizabeth (Bette Davis) on a Summer getaway, they find the deal of a lifetime in a beautiful, though slightly creepy, old house in upstate New York. Once there they find the house is much more sinister than they could have ever imagined and soon the entire family is in danger. Burnt Offerings is a terrifying film, perfect for fans of the haunted house genre.

The Clown at Midnight: This 1997 slasher stars Margot Kidder and Christopher Plummer and centers on a group of students who set out to clean up an old opera house, only to find themselves locked inside with a mysterious, murderous clown stalking the shadows.

Day of the Dead (2008): The remake of George A. Romero’s classic zombie film directed by Steve Miner and written by Jeffrey Reddick (Final Destination) finds residents of a small town in Colorado dealing with a zombie infestation. The film stars Mena Suvari, Nick Cannon, Ving Rhames, Stark Sands, and more!

Event Horizon: Laurence Fishburne, Kathleen Quinlan, Sam Neill, Jason Isaacs, and more star in this sci-fi horror film that finds the crew of a spaceship setting out to discover what happened to a vessel that disappeared into a a black whole that has suddenly returned.

The Leprechaun Franchise: You read that right. All of the film including Leprechaun: Origins! Well, except for Leprechaun Returns

Mutant Species: Bio-hazardous material, meant to be launched into space, crash lands in a remote, dense forest. When one of the soldiers sent to retrieve it comes in contact with the substance, he mutates into a terrifying monster.

Nurse 3D: By day, Abby Russell is a dedicated nurse, but by night, she lures cheating men to their brutal deaths and exposes them for who they really are.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street: Tim Burton’s take on Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical stars Johnny Depp as Sweeney Todd, a barber out for revenge on the judge who wronged him and destroyed his family.

Tamara: Tamara, an unattractive girl, who is picked on by her peers returns after her death as a sexy seductress to exact revenge.

The 4th Floor: Josh Klausner’s thriller stars Juliette Lewis as a woman who inherits a rent-controlled apartment and ends up being terrorized by her neighbor.

The ‘Burbs: Joe Dante’s dark comedy stars Tom Hanks as an over-stressed suburbanite whose neighbors are convinced that the new family on the block are part of a murderous Satanic cult. Carrie Fisher, Bruce Dern, and Corey Feldman also star in the film.

 

The Eye 2: From the Pang Brothers, The Eye 2 tells the story of a young, pregnant woman who attempts suicide. After surviving, she finds that she can now see spirits.

The Running Man: Michael Paul Glaser directed this adaptation of a story by Stephen King starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. In a dystopian America, a falsely convicted policeman gets his shot at freedom when he must forcibly participate in a TV game show where convicts, runners, must battle killers for their freedom.

Vampire in Brooklyn: Eddie Murphy and Angela Bassett star in Wes Craven’s film. A ship sails into Brooklyn with all its crew dead. But something gets off and the killing continues on land. The vampire is looking for a specific woman – half-human, half-vampire. Rita’s the cop detective investigating the many killings.

Amazon Prime on June 26th

Shutter Island: In 1954, a U.S. Marshal investigates the disappearance of a murderer who escaped from a hospital for the criminally insane. Martin Scorsese’s dark thriller stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Ben Kinglsey, and more!

Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. He firmly believes that horror reflects collective fears of society and can be used as a tool for social change.