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Coming to Shudder in December: Creepshow Holiday Special, Lost Boys, More

November 26, 2020 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
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You can’t have holidays without a little horror, and Shudder has you covered with new arrivals in December. The streaming service has announced the new content that will be available next month including new original specials A Creepshow Holiday Special and Joe Bob Saves Christmas, horror hits Bram Stoker’s Dracula and The Lost Boys, plus new collections, the second season of Eli Roth’s History of Horrror and more. You can see the full list below:

New Shudder Specials

* Joe Bob Saves Christmas — December 11 at 9pm ET
The Christmas spirit takes over The Last Drive-In as Joe Bob and Darcy close out the year with a double feature of holiday horrors. Premieres live on the ShudderTV feed Friday, December 11, and will be made available on demand on Sunday, December 13.

* A Creepshow Holiday Special — December 18
In the holiday themed, hour-long episode, “Shapeshifters Anonymous,” fearing he is a murderer, an anxious man searches for answers for his “unique condition” from an unusual support group. Starring Anna Camp (Pitch Perfect) and Adam Pally (The Mindy Project), the special is written and directed by Creepshow showrunner Greg Nicotero, based on a short story by J.A. Konrath (Last Call).

New Collections for December

* UNHAPPY HOLIDAYS — November 30
Home invasion by a supernatural man in a blood-red suit? Holiday getaways that turn homicidal? These Christmas films prove that yuletide is the perfect season for terror. Featuring Blood Beat, Body, Rare Exports and Sheitan (all newly coming to Shudder on November 30) along with Bob Clark’s proto-slasher Black Christmas, the Shudder Exclusives All the Creatures Were Stirring, Better Watch Out and Christmas Presence, Christmas Evil, A Christmas Horror Story, Deadly Games, Jack Frost, Red Christmas and Silent Night, Deadly Night 2, among others. (Collection also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK; titles vary by region)

Slip on your black gloves and deck the halls with bloody murder, Italian style, as Shudder debuts its biggest-ever collection of Giallo cinema, both classic and modern, with films by Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, Lamberto Bava, Michele Soavi, Sergio Martino and many, many more. Featuring A Blade in the Dark, Death Laid an Egg, Black Belly of the Tarantula, The Case of the Bloody Iris, The Corruption of Chris Miller, The Editor, The Fifth Cord, New York Ripper, The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times, Short Night of Glass Dolls, Stagefright, Torso, Trauma, Your Vice is a Locked Room and What Have You Done to Solange (all newly coming to Shudder on December 2), along with current Shudder films All the Colors of the Dark, The Cat O’Nine Tales, Deep Red, Don’t Torture a Duckling, Knife + Heart, Phenomena, The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh and Tenebrae.

Available November 30
* Blood Beat
* Body
* Rare Exports
* Sheitan

Available December 1
* Bram Stoker’s Dracula
* The Lost Boys

Available December 2
* A Blade in the Dark
* Black Belly of the Tarantula
* The Case of the Bloody Iris
* The Corruption of Chris Miller
* Death Laid an Egg
* The Editor
* The Fifth Cord
* New York Ripper
* The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave
* The Red Queen Kills Seven Times
* Short Night of Glass Dolls
* Stagefright
* Torso
* Trauma
* Your Vice is a Locked Room
* What Have You Done to Solange

Available December 3
* Anything For Jackson – Shudder Original
* Castle Freak

Available December 7
* Let the Corpses Tan
* Zombi Child

Available December 10
* Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2

Available December 11
* Joe Bob Saves Christmas – Shudder Special

Available December 14
* A Good Woman is Hard to Find
* Let Us Prey

Available December 17
* The Pale Door – Shudder Original

Available December 18
* A Creepshow Holiday Special – Shudder Special

Available December 21
* Luz: The Flower of Evil
* The Soul Collector