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The Boulet Brothers' Halfway to Halloween TV Special

The Boulet Brothers' Halfway to Halloween TV Special

Directed by The Boulet Brothers

Join Horror-hosts The Boulet Brothers as they celebrate Halfway to Halloween with a variety show filled with terrifying treats and celebrity friends.

It's the Boulet Brothers' "Halfway to Halloween" Variety Show, with terrifying treats and very special guests!

Cast: The Boulet Brothers, David Dastmalchian, Taran Killam, Kevin Smith, Matthew Lillard, Rachel True, Twin Temple, Derek Mears, Jorge Garcia, Dana DeLorenzo, Barbara Crampton, Felissa Rose, Katya Zamolodchikova, Steve Agee, Beth Dover, John Ross Bowie, Koco Caine, Melissa Befierce, Kendra Onixxx, Sigourney Beaver, Eve Dastmalchian

Member Reviews

campy and quirky a fun watch for sure the boulet always slay🔪

theyslashthem
4 days ago

boring horrible pacing seems like a cash grab

lynch91
6 days ago

Is it funny now it’s scary now what is it boring

foxmulder
1 week ago

I can hardly articulate how disheartening it is to see people giving this one star because they don’t want to see queer content on Shudder. They could’ve just said they didn’t like it but instead take an opportunity to put down an entire group of people. Also it’s pretty funny to me that viewers think theyre important enough to choose what belongs on this platform. You’re just a chump on the couch watching TV, watch queer content if you want to, don’t if you don’t want to but don’t be homophobic about it.

gloriouspuddles
2 weeks ago

A note to the queerophobes: Maybe learn a little about the history of the genre you supposedly love? A good starting point is Shudder's own Queer for Fear documentary. I quote Shudder's blurb: "QUEER FOR FEAR explores the topic from its literary origins with queer authors Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, and Oscar Wilde to Universal Monsters and Hitchcock; from the "lavender scare" alien invasion films of the mid-20th century to the unbarring dangerous queer women inspired by Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla. QUEER FOR FEAR re-examines genre stories through a queer lens, seeing them not as violent, murderous narratives, but as tales of survival that resonate thematically with queer audiences everywhere."

Joe_from_SF
2 weeks ago