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7 Best New Movies on Shudder in June 2024

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There is no place better for a horror fan than the ever-growing film library of Shudder. It was already one of the most niche streaming services in the market, it is also perfect for giving the fans what they want by giving them new and exciting horror films every month. So, if you love Shudder and are wondering what are best movies coming to the Scream Queen of streaming services in June 2024, here are our best picks for you.

A Lonely Place to Die (June 3)

A Lonely Place to Die is a British action thriller film directed by Julian Gilbey from a screenplay co-written by Julian and Will Gilbey. The 2011 film follows the story of five hikers as they hear cries of pain in the wilderness and to their horror it’s a little girl buried in the ground. When they decide to get her to safety they are chased by the kidnappers. A Lonely Place to Die stars Melissa George, Ed Speelers, Alex Newman, Kate Magowan, Sean Harris, Eamonn Walker, Stephen McCole, Paul Anderson, Karel Roden, and Holly Boyd.

Backcountry (June 3)

Backcountry is a horror survival film written and directed by Adam McDonald. The 2014 film is loosely based on a true story of a man-eating black bear that attacked Mark Jordan and Jacqueline Perry in the backcountry of Missinaibi Lake. Backcountry follows the story of Alex and Jenn as they go camping and get lost in the woods but things get even worse when a hungry man-eating bear attacks them. Backcountry stars Jeff Roop and Miss Peregrym in the lead roles with Eric Balfour, Nicholas Campbell, Melanie Mullen, and Thomas Michael starring in supporting roles.

Pyewacket (June 3)

Pyewacket is a horror thriller film written and directed by Adam McDonald. The 2017 Canadian film follows the story of an angsty teenager who unwittingly releases a demon known as Pyewacket while performing a ritual meant to kill her mother. Pyewacket stars Nicole Muñoz in the lead role with Laurie Holden, Victoria Sanchez, Chloe Rose, Eric Osborne, Bianca Melchior, Miss Peregrym, Neil Whitley, and Jame McGowan starring in supporting roles.

Valhalla Rising (June 13)

Valhalla Rising is a Danish period action-adventure film directed by Nicolas Winding Refn from a screenplay co-written by Refn, Roy Jacobsen, and Mike Arcidi. The 2009 film follows the story of a former Viking and brutal warrior known as One Eye as he is being held captive by a Norse chieftain, who makes him compete in vicious fights to the death. When One Eye escapes and meets a group of Crusaders, he joins their cause to reclaim the Holy Land. Valhalla Rising stars Mads Mikkelsen in the lead role with Maarten Stevenson, Andrew Flanagan, Gary Lewis, Alexander Morton, Matthew Zajac, Gary McCormack, Jamie Sives, Gordon Brown, and Ewan Stewart starring in supporting roles.

Exhuma (June 14)

Exhuma is a South Korean horror mystery film written and directed by Jang Jae-hyun. The 2024 film follows the story of a group of people who excavate an ominous grave to try to save a rich family’s newborn but they unwittingly release a malevolent force buried there. Exhuma stars Lee Do-hyun, Kim Go-eun, Choi Min-sik, Yoo Hai-Jin, Jung Yun-ha, Kim Ji-An, Jeon Jin-ki, Kim Jae-chul, Yeong-ran Lee, and Park Jeong-ja.

Girl on the Third Floor (June 17)

Girl on the Third Floor is a horror mystery film directed by Travis Stevens from a screenplay co-written by Paul Johnstone, Ben Parker, and Stevens. The 2019 film follows the story of a man trying to renovate a dilapidated house on his own for his growing family but what he doesn’t know is that the house has a sordid history of its own that may put his life in danger. Girl on the Third Floor stars Don Koch in the lead role with Trieste Kelly Dunn, Sarah Brooks, Elissa Dowling, Karen Woditsch, Travis Delgado, Marshall Bean, Anish Jethmalani, Bishop Stevens, and Tonya Kay starring in supporting roles.

Loop Track (June 24)

Loop Track is a horror survival film written and directed by Thomas Sainsbury. The 2023 film follows the story of a man on the verge of a nervous breakdown as he says his goodbyes to civilization and heads to hike in the New Zealand wilderness. While he tries to avoid other hikers, his attempts fail miserably and while all that is going on he has this growing feeling that someone is following them. As he spends more time in the woods his paranoia grows and lack of sleep make him a bit mad, but the fight for his is still yet to come. Loop Track stars Sainsbury in the lead role with Tawanda Manyimo, Kate Simmonds, Hayden J. Weal, Noa Campbell, Gaby Solomona, and Bianca Seinafo starring in supporting roles.

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