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Halloween 2017: 11 Movies You Should Watch on Shudder

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We’re in the last remaining days of October, meaning many of us will be trying to cram in as many horror movies as possible between now and Halloween. For my last round of Shudder picks this month, I thought I’d go with a much looser theme: there’s nothing that ties these titles together except that they’re really good movies I think you should watch. Some you may recognize, others may be less familiar to you. All of them are worth streaming on Shudder.

The Bride of Frankenstein (1935, dir. James Whale) It’s not officially October without the Universal Monsters, so big thanks to Shudder for adding most of the big ones to their expanding library of streaming options. There’s no wrong choice when it comes to the classics, but I’ll make the case that Universal never got better than The Bride of Frankenstein, James Whale
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Fresh Meat Review

So if Fresh Meat taught me anything about New Zealand’s culture it’s that all the guys are perpetually horny, most of the females are lesbians, most of the police officers are witless morons, and most of the cannibals are religious cult-worshipping natives. Would any New Zealanders like to refute that? Please, I’m all ears, I know nothing about Maori culture and island rituals, except if I want to distract the Tazmianian Devil (whom I can only assume is the island mascot) all I have to do is toss a kiwi bird in the other direction and he’ll chase it. Don’t you watch cartoons? Tazmanian Devils love snacking on kiwi birds!

Aw hell, this isn’t some educational country promoting film though, so I’m just going to assume Danny Mulheron’s B-Movie horror throwback is all fictional, right down to the cannibalistic family who have
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A Gamey and Exclusive Clip from Fresh Meat

The powers-that-be hooked us up with an exclusive clip from Fresh Meat, and we have the goods for you here. The film will be available on nationwide VOD starting April 16, 2013, one week before its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23, 2013.

Danny Mulheron directs, and Temuera Morrison, Leand Macadaan, Kate Elliot, Ralph Hilage, Hanna Tevita, Jack Shadbolt, Nicole Kawana, Will Robertso, and Kahn West star.

Synopsis

When a dysfunctional gang's prison breakout goes violently wrong, they need a hideout in a hurry. Picking the McMansion of a middle-class family in the suburbs seems like a safe bet, until it becomes clear that this particular family has reintroduced some very old-fashioned cuisine to their table. Will the Tans escape the trap, or is there gangster in the casserole tonight? A gruesomely funny, no-holds-barred comedy with style to burn, Fresh Meat will leave you hungry for more.

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A Freshly Cut Trailer and Poster for New Zealander Horror Fresh Meat

The latest horror export from New Zealand is Danny Mulheron's new cannibal comedy horror 'Fresh Meat'. It is set to make its official premiere at this months Tribeca Film Festival on 23 April but you can catch it on VOD a whole week earlier kicking off on the 16 April. And to lead up to its Tribeca debut a new trailer and one-sheet have been released. Mulheron helms from a script co-written by Brad Abraham, Joseph O'Brien and Briar Grace Smith. Temuera Morrison, Nicola Kawana, Hanna Tevita, Kate Elliott, Jack Sergent-Shadbolt, Leand Macadaan, Ralph Hilaga, Kahn West, Will Robertson, James Ashcroft and Richard Knowles all star. Head below for the goods....
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Trailer and One-Sheet Premiere for Tribeca's Fresh Meat

Tribeca is ready to dish out the goods on its latest acquisition, Fresh Meat, starting now with a new trailer and one-sheet. The film will be available on nationwide VOD starting April 16, 2013, one week before its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23, 2013.

Danny Mulheron directs, and Temuera Morrison, Leand Macadaan, Kate Elliot, Ralph Hilage, Hanna Tevita, Jack Shadbolt, Nicole Kawana, Will Robertso, and Kahn West star.

Synopsis

When a dysfunctional gang's prison breakout goes violently wrong, they need a hideout in a hurry. Picking the McMansion of a middle-class family in the suburbs seems like a safe bet, until it becomes clear that this particular family has reintroduced some very old-fashioned cuisine to their table. Will the Tans escape the trap, or is there gangster in the casserole tonight? A gruesomely funny, no-holds-barred comedy with style to burn, Fresh Meat will leave you hungry for more.

Visit The Evilshop @ Amazon!
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Cannibals and Crooks in this First Trailer for Fresh Meat

Tagline: "A tasty comedy." Is Temuera Morrison (Once We're Warriors) in every film that comes out of New Zealand? His latest is a dark comedy titled Fresh Meat. In the film, a gang breaks out of a prison. They find refuge in a nearby mansion until the inhabitants reveal their cannibalistic streak. What will be on Hemi's (Morrison) dinner plate? The first trailer for Fresh Meat is below. In the clip, a young man is optimistic for New Zealand and this country's future. Unfortunately, he is oblivious to his very dire circumstances. Someone plug in the carving knife and then proceed ahead. Director: Danny Mulheron. Cast: Temuera Morrison, Nicola Kawana, Hannah Tevita, Kate Elliott, and Jack Sergent-Shadbolt. The first trailer for Fresh Meat is here: $sb("28da006_9e354a08221642540b4cec05fb9660f4",{"sbFeed":{"partnerId":731,"type":"video","contentId":536015,"cname":"28dayslateranalysis"},"style":{"width":480,"height":400}}); google.
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