“We’re really excited,” LSF founder Tim Wood said. “They’re sponsoring our investigation of the Sallie House, and their content is great. Perfect for our viewers.”
Shudder TV is an all horror/paranormal streaming app service, available online, that offers fans of the genre a curated collection of the scariest movies and programming imaginable. The service was launched in 2015 by Sam Gimmerman and Colin Geddes, both with extensive backgrounds in the genre, and backed by the AMC Network. You can watch Shudder from your computer, phone, or television, and there’s a live stream you can watch on the app anytime.
Because of the partnership with LiveSciFi, Shudder has created a special promotion for LSF viewers and fans. You can sign up for the service and get a one-month/30 day free by using the special code provided only to LSF viewers. And considering the monthly service begins at $3.99 a month, it’s a great deal all the way around.
But here’s the best part. Shudder TV will be airing an exclusive 48-hour broadcast of the LSF investigation of the Sallie House in a couple of weeks. You will not see that investigation on the YouTube channel. The show will only be live-streamed on Shudder. And you still get to watch it for free!
So head on over to Shudder and check out their collection of curated horror and paranormal fare. Whether you’re looking for cheesy flicks from the 1960s or horror fare that was banned before it made it to the US or original horror programming, you’ll find it there.
Plus, it’s always midnight on Shudder TV.
To sign up:
Go to Shudder’s website.
Click on START YOUR FREE TRIAL in the top right hand corner.
In step 3 of the process (the payment step) it asks you if you have a promo code directly under your credit card information. Click on that, and enter LIVESCIFI in the promo code box.
Congratulations! You just got 30 days of Shudder for free. Use that month to dig into their programming, and be sure to catch Tim and the LiveSciFi team investigate the Sallie House exclusively on Shudder in a few weeks.