Image Credit: CONSECRATION (2023)

Shudder is bringing us over a dozen more horrors in May, including three brand-new titles. We've got your list of horror movies coming to Shudder this month, from Mexican folk horror Huesera to the Jenna Malone-starring religious horror Consecration, and facing the horrors of social media in Influencer. This trio of fresh new titles has something for everyone. And for the repertoire titles in Shudder's resurrected section? Let's just say horror fans will be eating well this month. Shudder unearths a bit of French supernatural horror and a double feature from Mexican filmmaker Carlos Enrique Taboada. Take a peek below at all the horrors awaiting you in May. Happy streaming!

  • Huesera: The Bone Woman 

    You can finally get your hands (and eyes) on this festival favorite! Valeria, a young woman expecting her first child, becomes cursed by a sinister entity. Plunged into a terrifying and dangerous world, a group of witches emerge as her only hope for safety and salvation, but not without grave risk.

  • Consecration

    After the suspicious death of her brother, a priest, Grace (Malone) goes to the Mount Saviour Convent in Scotland to find out what really happened with the help of Father Romero (Huston). But she soon comes to distrust the account of the Church as she uncovers murder, sacrilege, and a disturbing truth about her own shadowy past that brings long-buried trauma to the surface. Check out our Consecration interview with Malone and director Christopher Smith.

  • Influencer

    While struggling on a solo backpacking trip in Thailand, social media influencer Madison meets CW, who travels with ease and shows her a more uninhibited way of living. But CW's interest in her takes a darker turn. 

    Plus, Shudder is resurrecting some old favorites for our viewing pleasure.

  • Inside (2007)

    ‎Alexandre Bustillo's horrific account follows a woman on the brink of motherhood, four months after the death of her husband, as she's tormented in her home by a strange woman who wants her unborn baby.

  • High Tension (2003)

  • Livid (2011) 

    While searching an old woman's home for hidden treasure, Lucie and Ben encounter strange events in Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo's French supernatural horror film.

  • Poison for the Fairies (1986)

    A lonely young girl falls under the spell of a domineering classmate who has aspirations of becoming a witch. Who can't relate to that? Pair this with the next film on the list for a Carlos Enrique Taboada double feature!

  • Darker than the Night (1975)

    In this Mexican supernatural horror, four beautiful women move to an old house and witness strange things.

  • Martyrs (2015) 

    A tormented woman and her friend track down the family that imprisoned and tortured her when she was a child.

  • The Babadook (2014)

    Following the death of her husband, a single mother battles with her son's fear of a monster lurking in the house, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her.
  • In Their Skin (2012)

    A bit of home invasion, as a treat. A couple (Selma Blair, Joshua Close) and their son face sinister neighbors who intend to kill them and steal their identites.

  • The Devil’s Doorway (2018) - May 15

    In 1960s Northern Ireland, two priests are sent by the Vatican to investigate reports of a Virgin Mary statue weeping blood in a remote Catholic asylum for "immoral women." Documenting their findings with a 16mm camera, the priests find a depraved horror show of sadistic nuns, satanism and demonic possession.

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