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When five military veterans, best friends since childhood, gather to support their troubled host, the metaphoric ghosts of their past become all too literal. Anne Ramsay (A League of Their Own), Ron E. Rains (The Onion’s Film Standard) and Jeremy Holm (House of Cards) star. Director Ted Geoghegan wrote the screenplay with input from his late father, a disabled Air Force Veteran-turned-history teacher. (June 9.)


An American couple on the brink of divorce become trapped in a pit of quicksand while hiking through the Colombian rainforest. Unable to move, it becomes a struggle for survival as they battle the elements of the jungle and a venomous snake to escape. Carolina Gaitan (Encanto) and Allan Hawco (Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan) star. “We shot the film on location, in a cold forest in the mountains of Colombia,” director Andrés Beltrán (Tarumama) said. “Although the weather conditions were harsh for the actors and crew, we kept enjoying the process because we wanted to tell this story as real as possible.” (June 23.)

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After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to Miles County where he targets a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night. Director Damien Leone directs David Howard Thornton. Quipped The Guardian: “This gorefest is almost too good to pass out while watching it.” (June 12.)

The original Terrifier and All Hallows Eve, which introduces Art the Clown, are also coming to Shudder this month, along with new library titles The Beast Must DieOrca, the Killer Whale, Suspiria (1977), and Home Movie.

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