Movies And Shows Coming To Shudder UK In July 2023

If you’re a horror fan, a Shudder subscription is a must. This streaming service offers a vast selection of horror and dark fantasy movies, as well as anthology TV shows and incredibly incisive documentaries that take a deep dive into the horror genre.

Check out this month’s highlights below and then keep scrolling to take a look at some of the other titles landing on Shudder UK this July.

Please note: This list is correct at the time of writing but the Shudder release schedule could change at any time.


July 2

Etheria Film Night 2023

Streaming on Shudder from July 2 – July 31.

The Etheria Film Festival showcases the latest short movie creations in the horror, science fiction, and fantasy genres by emerging female directors.

For the past few years, Shudder has been the go-to platform to see these short films and this year’s collection will also be given an airing on the screaming…erm… streaming service.

This year’s collection includes No Overnight Parking, an 8-minute chiller directed by Meg Swertlow, which is about a woman trapped in a parking lot with a masked killer, and Incomplete, a 10-minute spookfest by Zoey Martinson, which tells the tale of a man on house arrest in a supposedly haunted house.

You can read more about this year’s line-up of films here.

July 10

Rose: A Love Story (2020)

Rose is living alone with her husband in a secluded part of the woods but their relationship is strained by a terrifying illness that has gripped Rose and given her a vampiric thirst for blood.

July 14

Quicksand (2023)

A couple on the brink of divorce has more to worry about than their marriage woes after they get trapped in a pit of quicksand while hiking through a Colombian rainforest. A venomous snake adds to their troubles as they sink further into the ground.

Allan Hawco and Caronlina Gaitin star as the estranged married couple who are forcibly brought together in this ‘battle against the elements’ survival thriller.

July 17

Contorted (2022)

In this South Korean chiller, a family move into a surprisingly inexpensive house and begin to experience nightmares (of a very real kind) almost immediately.

“This house is slightly contorted – it doesn’t stand straight,” says one of our protagonists but the home’s weird architecture is the least of their problems!

July 21

Sharksploitation (2023)

Just when you thought it was safe to renew your Shudder subscription comes a new documentary that shines a spotlight on the cinematic legacy of sharks on film. Featuring interviews with those who have made shark films, including Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down), as well as critics, scholars, and conservationists, the doc aims to examine the cultural imprint that movies in the shark attack genre have left on audiences.

Also Streaming…

July 17

Homebodies (1974)

July 24

Dead of Night (1945)


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Which Shudder titles are you most looking forward to this month? Let us know in the comments below.



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