New To Shudder In June 2020: A Horror Movie About A Ghost Directing A Film Arrives

Warning: Do Not Play is a movie about a mysterious movie shot by a ghost, and it's just one of many coming to Shudder in June.


While there aren't any horror movies arriving in theaters--because theaters are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic--you can still get your scares at home. AMC's horror-themed streaming service Shudder has plenty of new movies, TV shows, and original programming headed to the small screen in the upcoming month. Check out what's coming to Shudder in June.

Shudder has an original film headed to the service on June 11 called Warning: Do Not Play. Director Kim Jin-won takes audiences on a journey surrounding the film industry. Warning: Do Not Play follows aspiring director Mi-jung as she wants to create a new horror film but doesn't have a lot of ideas. A friend tells her about a movie that was supposedly filmed by a ghost and Mi-jung begins to work on a film about her own journey finding this movie. While the search for an urban legend movie with supernatural ties sounds familiar--The Ring/Ringu--Warning: Do Not Play looks as though it's heading in a completely different direction. Check out the trailer below.

Another Shudder original hitting the service in June is Yummy. Arriving on June 25, Yummy is a bit of a new take on the zombie genre. A couple heads to a hospital in Eastern Europe to get plastic surgery. However, the young man discovers that the hospital is ground zero for the zombie outbreak. It's a bizarre idea, and it will be pretty cool to see "patient zero" of the zombie apocalypse--a genre that tends to focus more on the aftermath of the outbreak. You can watch the official trailer here.

Below, you'll find everything coming to Shudder this June. The AMC horror-themed streaming service features plenty of movies, TV shows, documentaries, and more, all revolving around scares. Additionally, it has its own original series and films as well. Shudder plans start at $4.75 a month and new subscribers can get the first seven days for free.

If you're looking for more streaming news, check out the June lists for Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and HBO Max. And if you need a good recommendation for something new to watch, consider listening to GameSpot's weekly TV series and movies-focused podcast, You Should Be Watching. With new episodes premiering every Wednesday, you can watch a video version of the podcast over on GameSpot Universe or listen to audio versions on Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, and Apple Podcasts.

New to Shudder in June:

June 1

  • Blacula (Director: William Crain)
  • Scream Blacula Scream (Director: Bob Kelljan)
  • Sugar Hill (Director: Paul Maslansky)
  • House of 1,000 Corpses (Director: Rob Zombie)

June 4

  • Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street

June 5

  • The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs

June 8

  • Lyle (Director: Stewart Thorndike)

June 11

  • Warning: Do Not Play

June 12

  • The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs

June 15

  • The Bone Box (Director: Luke Genton)
  • Mausoleum (Director: Michael Dugan)

June 18

  • Scare Package

June 19

  • Etheria 2020 Shorts Program
  • The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs (Season Finale)

June 22

  • Ghost Killers. Vs. Bloody Mary (Director: Fabrício Bittar)
  • Psychotic! (Directors: Maxwell Frey, Derek Gibbons)

June 25

  • Yummy

June 29

  • Dig Two Graves (Director: Hunter Adams)

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