What do you do when you move into a haunted apartment? Call an exorcist, of course. Turn off the lights and get ready for the latest scares from Shudder in Night’s End.

The upcoming release comes from director Jennifer Reeder. Reeder recently directed the Shudder hit V/H/S/94.

“Jennifer Reeder is an exciting and bold filmmaker who was an integral part of V/H/S/94, Shudder’s most watched movie ever,” said Craig Engler, general manager of Shudder. “Night’s End is eerie but human, sharply written and sure to surprise our members this March.” 

In Night’s End, an anxious shut-in (Geno Walker of Chicago Fire) unwittingly moves into a haunted apartment and hires a mysterious stranger to perform an exorcism which takes a horrific turn. The film also stars Kate Arrington, Felonious Munk, Michael Shannon, Lawrence Grimm, Daniel Kyri, Theo Germaine, and Morgan Reesh.

“As a longtime Shudder fan, I am deeply honored to now be part of the Shudder fam!” said Reeder. “I’ve made two Shudder films this year, which feels like a dream (although both films play out more like nightmares). Throughout the process of making these films with Shudder, I have felt enormously supported and my creative vision protected and amplified. Shudder cares as much about filmmakers as they do about films which is a rare and coveted combination.”

Night’s End comes from writer Brett Nevue. Nevue produces the film alongside Neal Edelstein and David E. Tolchinsky. Reeder also executive produces with Shudder’s Emily Gotto.

Night’s End hits Shudder March 31.

Meanwhile, check back to THS for more updates on horror and titles headed to Shudder.

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