Shudder really is a terrific resource for horror fans. The films are thoughtfully curated by some of the smartest horror experts around (including occasional BMD contributor Sam Zimmerman), so it's more of an education than it is an arbitrary streaming service. And their newest project, "A Woman's Touch," is a great example of that insightful curation.
February is Women in Horror month, and Shudder's celebrating with a newly curated collection of some of the strongest voices in horror. Films include Mattie Do's Dearest Sister, Lynne Ramsey’s We Need To Talk About Kevin, Emily Hagins' My Sucky Teen Romance, Sarah Adina Smith's The Midnight Swim and many more, several of which are only available on Shudder.
And February 9th, Shudder will exclusively offer Blind Sun:
The hallucinatory dystopian debut from Lebanese female director Joyce A. Nashawati, which had its North American premiere at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Hailed by Screen Anarchy as 'a remarkable debut, assured and detailed in its construction.'
You can check out the entire "A Woman's Touch" collection and sign up for Shudder HERE.