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With the world social distancing and many cinemas slowly closing amidst the coronavirus outbreak, we've been searching for new shows to binge-watch and films to get stuck into from home.
Say hello to Shudder, the horror streaming platform where viewers can access a catalogue of thrilling films, originals, TV series' and podcasts.
And the best part is, the platform has just extended its seven day free trial to a whopping 30 days, instead - which let's face it, is ideal for social distancing.
All you need to do is use the code SHUTIN which works for new members in the UK, US, Canada and Ireland.
Announcing the news on Twitter, Shudder also explained they would be making daily recommendations on which shows and movies to watch, using the hashtag, #ShudderShutIn.
Shudder will also be hosting live streams of certain films over the next few weeks, so you can join in and watch alongside friends. A sort of virtual cinema trip, if you like.
There's heaps of content ready to watch, with films such as The Room, Satanic Panic, The Hills Have Eyes, Ring, The Whistler and Let The Right One in.
In the midst of the ongoing self-isolation and social distancing, in the US, the platform has also launched a 'Shut In' collection, feature titles relating to people being trapped. These include Escape From New York and Audition.
To claim the 30-day free trial, all you need to do is head over to the Shudder website and select 'try 7 days free'.
You'll need to make an account using your email and password, before adding payment details (if you don't want to continue the subscription after the trial, you'll need to remember to cancel before the period is over!). After the free trial, plans start at £3.99 per month.
There's a box to add the promo code, SHUTIN and voila! You can binge-watch as many horrors as you like for the next month...
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