Amazon streaming just got a lot scarier with the addition of Screambox, and if you’re a “Prime” member, you’re gonna want to listen up!
From the Press Release:
Screambox, the #1 streaming service for die-hard horror fans, now has more than 300 movies available as part of the Screambox monthly subscription on Amazon Channels. The no-holds-barred horror streaming service is now available to U.S. customers for just $4.99/month after a 7-day free trial. New releases every week allow subscribers to binge on bloodbaths, gruesome gore, sick psychos, and ravenous zombies like never before.
Amazon Channels gives Prime members the ability to watch over 100 on-demand channels – including the Screambox horror channel — with no cable required, the ability to cancel anytime, and no additional apps to download.
Horror fans everywhere appreciate the weekly new movie releases and “all you can kill” menu from Screambox. A relentless, fan-driven focus gives horror movie lovers unlimited access to newer, high-quality horror movies like The Haunting of Helena, All Hallows’ Eve, The Shortcut, and The Wicked – in addition to the thrill of discovering modern classics and cult favorites like House, Cannibal Holocaust, Cassadaga, and all 26 episodes of the 2005-2006 “Masters of Horror” series, featuring famous directors like John Carpenter, John Landis, Takashi Miike, Norio Tsuruta, Joe Dante, and Tobe Hooper.
“Screambox is excited to join the ranks of other high-quality subscription channels offered to Amazon Prime members,” said Screambox COO Larry Baird. “Launching on Amazon Channels allows us to fulfill our mission to reach horror fans everywhere – on all the leading streaming platforms and devices – with the best available fan-driven collection of unlimited, commercial-free horror.”
Amazon Prime members can visit here to get a free 7-day trial of Screambox. After the risk-free trial thru Amazon Channels, the ongoing Screambox subscription is just $4.99 per month. This plan gives unlimited access to Screambox horror content — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.