Screambox has revealed the new films that will be joining the horror streaming service in December, including exclusive titles In Dreams, Signal 100, Dawning, and Just Desserts: The Making of Creepshow as well as a collection of Severin Films cult classics.
Just Desserts: The Making of Creepshow becomes a Screambox exclusive on January 13. The feature-length documentary offers a retrospective look at George A. Romero and Stephen King’s Creepshow through interviews with Romero, Tom Savini, Adrienne Barbeau, Ed Harris, Tom Atkins, Bernie Wrightson, and more.
January 13 also sees the arrival of 24 cult classics restored by Severin Films, including Jess Franco's Count Dracula starring Christopher Lee, Lucio Fulci's Zombie 3, the Dario Argento-produced Wax Mask, horror anthology The Uncanny starring Peter Cushing and Donald Pleasence, Australian hidden gem Next of Kin, creature feature Killer Crocodile, the Soviet Union's first horror film Viy, and Italian horror documentary All the Colors of Giallo.
Psychological thriller In Dreams streams exclusively on Screambox on January 17. Bianca Brigitte Van Damme — daughter of Jean-Claude Van Damme — stars as a woman who experiences a psychological spiral in the wake of her grandfather’s murder. Shalim Ortiz (Heroes) and Vannessa Vasque (East Los High) co-star.
Screambox original Signal 100 drops on January 24. Based on the manga by Shigure Kondô, the Japanese horror film finds a group of high school students being hypnotized to play a game where an unknown command causes them to take their own lives.
Festival favorite Dawning joins Screambox exclusively on January 31. A therapist returns to her childhood home to confront her family's dark past in the Korean chiller. It marks the feature directorial debut of Young Min Kim, whose visual effects resume includes The Batman, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Midsommar.
These titles will join Screambox’s growing library of unique horror content, including Terrifier 2, Pennywise: The Story of IT, Masters of Horror, 13 Nights of Elvira, American Mary, History of the Occult, and Toxic Crusaders.
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