Screambox Adds 30 Movies From Terror Films to Its Roster

Just a week or so ago we learned that several movies in the Terror Films roster will be running on the online network Vidi Space during October; and now, in an effort to expand the digital footprint of its ever-growing library of indie horror films, Terror Films has also licensed 30 films to leading horror streaming service Screambox – a TV4 Entertainment company.

“Screambox is one of the leading streaming services dedicated to bringing a wide variety of diverse genre films to diehard horror fans so this partnership was a no-brainer for us,” stated Terror Films President Joe Dain.

The licenses include some of Terror Films’ top performing titles and critically acclaimed documentaries, including Stephen Cognetti’s original terror-fueled Hell House LLC, the horror anthology Patient Seven, the exciting Dead Body, and the in-depth documentary Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary. Also included will be a number of newer titles such as Justin Seaman’s ‘80s throwback slasher The Barn and the mysterious What the Waters Left Behind. The full slate of films is available at Screambox.

TV4 Entertainment CMO and Screambox COO Larry Baird said about their new lineup and partnership with Terror Films:  “This terrific collection of Terror Films titles helps Screambox fulfill its mission to deliver the very best in fresh new horror to fans every week and on any device.”

Over 200,000 (and counting) customers have already joined Screambox, uncovering more than 400 movies and shows every day with new releases added weekly. Visitors can try the service for a free seven-day, no-risk trial. Subscriptions start as low as $2.99 per month, and subscribers may cancel at any time. Subscribers can view content on any connected laptop, tablet, or phone or stream titles using Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire, Samsung TV, Apple TV, iOS, or Android.

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