It seems our prayers have been answered.

It has been announced that AMC, the studio behind hit shows like Mad Men and Breaking Bad is on the way to creating its own streaming service dedicated to horror films!

As it is in the beta stage, it is only accessible on web browser right now. AMC says it will offer a two-month free trial with prices set at $5 a month, or $50 for one year.

Although it hasn’t been officially released yet, Shudder’s on-demand catalog contains more than 200 horror flicks from around the world, including such all-time classics as A Tale of Two Sisters and Let the Right One In. These movies can be accessed either directly or via curated lists containing different titles with similar themes.

What do you think of this news? It is unclear why people would stray away from their (assumed) Netflix or Hulu subscriptions for such a niche genre of film.




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