AMC’s new online streaming service Shudder has a special celebration lined up to highlight the birthday of legendary director Mario Bavia. All weekend long viewers can log in and take part in the Bava-thon. Check out this line up of horror classics:
· Baron Blood (1972)
· The Evil Eye (1963)
· Lisa and the Devil (1973)
· Kill Baby Kill (1966)
· Five Dolls for an August Moon (1970)
· Black Sunday (1960)
· Black Sabbath (1963)
· Bay of Blood (1971)
· The Whip and the Body (1963)
Starting Friday all you have to do is head on over to Shudder.TV and settle in for the horror. Shudder.TV is the services live 24 hour streaming channel which is but one small part of the overall Shudder experience. The press release explains it all!
Shudder is a destination for horror fans that hosts hundreds of films that span all decades and subgenres of horror, from hard-to-find independent fare to cult grindhouse classics to Hollywood blockbusters. Members can now access Shudder instantly on desktop, iOS and Android mobile devices, as well as Roku players and on Roku TV models.
Fans can start their 14-day free trial at www.shudder.com and sign-up thereafter for a $4.99 monthly or $49.99 yearly membership to Shudder. Additionally, Shudder TV, the service’s 24/7 constant stream of horror, is available for free to all users.
What better time to give things a test spin then during Bava-thon!
Check out the video they put together to announce the event.