While Halloween passed, it didn’t stop the genre from thriving. A welcome new addition to the horror/comedy canon, blood relativesis set for release soon, and Digital Trends has all the info on where and when you can watch it and if it’s worth your time streaming it.
Where does it flow?
Writer/director/actor Noah Segan’s twisted story about a vampire father forced to care for his recently discovered teenage daughter (who also bears a pair of fangs) is set on the streaming service for all things horror. This is correct, blood relatives will flow on goosebumps.
As any horror fan can tell you, Shudder is the one-stop-shop for evil slashers, demons, monsters, and anything that evokes gory terror. The streaming device has hundreds of titles, including horror classics such as the hills Have EyesAnd the prom nightAnd the Terror Train And modern awesome masterpieces like The descent And the Stepfather. It also has a selection of original features such as resurrectionAnd the Do not speak any evilAnd the V / H / S / 99 As well as documentaries such as In Search of Darkness II: The Journey to the 1980s The horror continues.
When is the broadcast?
blood relatives It will start flowing November 22.
How much does it cost?
Shudder has two main subscription plans. The first and most common is the monthly subscription plan $5.99. There are no ads, and every movie and TV series is available on demand.
If you want to continue the horror throughout the year, you can opt for the yearly subscription only plan $56.99. You can also “add” Shudder to a variety of other subscription platforms like Prime Video and Hulu for $5.99.
Can I get it for free?
yes. You can sign up for a free seven-day trial here. If you just want to watch that movie and don’t want to commit to anything, you can simply cancel your free trial before it ends so that it doesn’t automatically renew at the monthly rate.
Are blood relatives worth it?
Yes, especially for those looking for laughter rather than hardcore gore. blood relatives She prefers comedy over horror, saving plenty of dad jokes to elicit a chuckle and a grimace at the same time. It’s still a horror movie though, as evidenced by the many scenes that show the eccentric father/daughter displaying their bloodthirsty natures.
Noah Sejan Take out the knives And the glass onion Fame, writes, directs and stars as the main character Francis, a 115-year-old Jewish vampire. Victoria Morrolls plays Jane, his rebellious teenage daughter. The film currently holds a score of 91% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and 63 critics on Metacritic.
blood relatives It is currently playing in select theatres. It will be broadcast on Shudder on November 22nd.