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Shudder has announced its new batch of titles for September 2019, and it looks like it’s going to be a scary month indeed. Everyone’s favorite creepy streaming service has got a cool selection of original and exclusive content alongside genre favorites old and new!

Check out those titles and dates below, and let us know what you’ll be watching as Halloween draws near.

September 5th

The Wrath–Directed by Young-Sun Yoo, this Shudder Original is a remake of 1986’s Woman’s Wail aka Cry of the Woman. In the household of Lee Gyeong-jin, a high-ranking official of Joseon Kingdom, three sons die from an unidentified horror. A woman pregnant with a child of the third son soon learns of the evil spirit that haunts the house.

September 9th

Train to Busan–A man traveling on a train with his daughter from Seoul to Busan finds himself in a fight for survival as a deadly zombie outbreak closes in on them. Train to Busan has been lauded for its storytelling as well as its fear factor. Shudder picking up this title is a major bonus as they already have the animated prequel to the film titled Seoul Station. You zombie lovers can have one hell of a double feature!

September 16th

Hands of the RipperIn 1971’s Hands of the Ripper, a young woman, the daughter of Jack the Ripper, witnesses her father killing her mother. Years later, in a seeming trance, she picks up her father’s work. Will her psychiatrist be able to cure her?

September 19th

Hell House LLC III: Lake of FireThe Abaddon Hotel will once again be open to the public in this Shudder Exclusive. Russell Wynn has taken his audience-interactive show, Insomnia, into the abandoned hotel that is rumored to be haunted, but will they survive? The streaming service has the first two films in this franchise already and it seems like a perfect trilogy as we move into Fall.

September 23rd

Twins of EvilStarring Peter Cushing and based very, very, very loosely on Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla, this classic from 1971 finds Cushing taking on the role of Gustav Weil, a religious man convinced he must hunt down and kill every witch he can get his hands on. What he doesn’t know is that his own niece might just be the real danger.

Vampire CircusA quarantined village is overjoyed when a circus troupe enters their town, but their happiness soon turns to fear as their children begin vanishing. This is one of those awesome Hammer “sins of the father” films from the 70s!

September 26th

Creephsow SeriesBased on the 80s classic, this new Shudder Original series is presented in anthology form with an awesome cast-list that we can’t wait to see. We just hope it’s as fun as the original.

September 30th

The Taking of Deborah LoganJust in time to welcome in October, Adam Robitel and Gavin Heffernan’s The Taking of Deborah Logan will make its Shudder debut. Mia sets out to make a documentary about the effects of Alzheimer’s on patients and their caregivers, but she and her crew soon find themselves in the midst of strange occurrences that can’t be explained away by the horrific disease. Jill Larson gives an amazing performance in this film!