SCREAMBOX April 2023 New Titles Are HERE!

Are you a horror movie fan looking for the latest and greatest streaming options? Look no further than SCREAMBOX! This April, the horror streaming service is bringing a lineup of chilling classics and new releases to your screens. Here’s what you can expect:

First up is the preeminent horror anthology “Creepshow,” directed by George A. Romero and based on the works of Stephen King. Fans can enjoy five jolting tales of terror and then go behind the scenes with the SCREAMBOX Exclusive documentary “Just Desserts: The Making of Creepshow.”

Living With Chucky

If you’re a fan of the “Child’s Play” franchise, you won’t want to miss the SCREAMBOX Original “Living with Chucky.” This unique documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the classic horror films, with interviews from creator Don Mancini and franchise alumni Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, Christine Elise, Billy Boyd, John Waters, Tony Gardner, and David Kirshner. Notable fans like Marlon Wayans, Abigail Breslin, Lin Shaye, and Dan Povenmire also weigh in.

Other April additions include the 1991 Stephen King adaptation “Needful Things,” the sci-fi horror hybrid “The Borrower” from director John McNaughton, and the ’80s killer boar movie “Razorback” from director Russell Mulcahy.

Cube on Screambox

Looking for something more recent? Check out the SCREAMBOX Original “Cube,” a dark and deadly remake of the 1997 Canadian cult classic. If you’re in the mood for a found footage horror flick, “Shifted” may be just what you need. Drawing comparisons to “Night of the Living Dead” and “The Thing,” this indie horror tale finds a group of neighbors trapped by murderous creatures with a serial killer hidden among them.

But that’s not all! SCREAMBOX is also adding the complete “Hell House LLC” found footage franchise, including the extended Director’s Cut of the original. And just in time for Easter, don’t miss the SCREAMBOX Exclusive “Family Dinner,” an Austrian horror film about an overweight teen who goes to her aunt’s farm for Easter in the hopes of losing weight, only to discover that something is very wrong.

Rounding out the April lineup are the delightfully schlocky “Birdemic” trilogy, black comedy slasher “Thankskilling,” backwoods butchery “Timber Falls,” and unsettling found footage gems “Savageland” and “The Andy Baker Tape,” among others.

So what are you waiting for? Start screaming now with SCREAMBOX on iOS, Android, Prime Video, Roku, YouTube TV, Samsung, Comcast, Cox, and With its extensive horror library and a range of streaming options, SCREAMBOX is the perfect choice for horror fans everywhere.