HOLY SHIT! SCREAMBOX Is Serving Up Porta Potty Horror, FAMILY DINNER And More

Including two companion shorts to Robbie Banfitch's THE OUTWATERS.

By Angel Melanson · @HorrorGirlProbs · March 1, 2023, 2:55 PM EST
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Just in time for Easter, SCREAMBOX is exclusively serving up Family Dinner. The Austrian horror film follows an overweight teen to her aunt's farm for Easter, hoping to lose weight, only to discover something is very wrong. A little family dinner horror to celebrate the holiday! Speaking of family dinners, the Sawyer family is also joining the party with Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, now streaming on the platform. The 1990 sequel stars Viggo Mortensen (The Lord of the Rings) and Ken Foree (Dawn of the Dead).

SCREAMBOX original Holy Shit! is described as a "single-location German splatterfest that explores the horrors of being trapped inside a portable toilet." Holy shit, that sounds potentially gross as hell. We're in!

Robbie Banfitch's found footage horror The Outwaters recently hit the platform, and now they'r supplementing it with two of Banfitch's shorts, dropping on March 24. "Card Zero" serves as a prequel to the found footage cosmic horror hit, while "File VL-624" is an additional video file discovered by Mojave police, expanding on the story laid out in The Outwaters. Nice!

Created by Pandorum director Christian Alvart, The Island's second season drops on March 7. Experience the world after its collapse with six new episodes of the post-apocalyptic coming-of-age thriller series. The first season is streaming now.

Other new additions include FeardotCom, Blood and Black Lace from Italian giallo architect Mario Bava; influential British horror anthology Dead of Night; Antrum, presented as a long-lost cursed film from the '70s; Italian exploitation House on the Edge of the Park from Cannibal Holocaust director Ruggero Deodato; St. Agatha directed by Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II-IV); Bigfoot video nasty Night of the Demon; the campy Clownado; '80s sci-fi horror hybrid Creature; and more.

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