Movies and Shows coming to Shudder UK in September 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 September.

Please note: Shudder’s schedule may be subject to change. 

September 1

Motherly (2021)

A woman’s motherly instincts are put to the test when she suspects something sinister is happening in the isolated farmhouse where she lives with her daughter. 

Perpetrator (2023)

On the eve of her 18th birthday, Jonny Baptiste, a reckless teen who has been sent to live with her estranged Aunt Hilde, experiences a radical metamorphosis after undergoing a family spell known as ‘Forevering.’

When several girls at her school go missing, the mythically feral Jonny goes after the ‘perpetrator.’

Sinphony (2022)

This anthology horror explores various aspects of the human condition as it details the stories of people whose lives have been affected by a supernatural entity. 

September 8

Blood Flower (2022)

Malaysian horror movie about a young apprentice healer who tries to suppress his supernatural abilities to fit in with his peers. But when a malicious spirit begins to wreak havoc around him, he is forced to use his special gifts to save his family and friends.

September 15

Elevator Game (2023)

In this supernatural horror movie, a socially awkward teen named Ryan discovers his sister has disappeared after taking part in the titular game, an elevator-based ritual that apparently sends its participants to another dimension. To find his sibling, Ryan risks the most fearsome consequences imaginable by participating in the game. 

September 22

The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster (2023)

Inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, this fantasy horror stars Layla DeLeon Hayes (The Equalizer) as Vicaria, a brilliant teenager who tries to bring her dead brother back to life after he is violently murdered. What could possibly go wrong?

September 29

Nightmare aka Marerittet (2022)

When Mona moves into an apartment with her partner Robby, she has more to worry about than the noisy neighbors when she starts experiencing night terrors. As her issues spiral dangerously out of control, she starts to believe a mythical demon known as The Mare is trying to possess her unborn child. 

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