The Shed, Proximity and The Final Wish are all coming in May

May looks set to be a busy month for on-demand genre entertainment, and we have the synopses and trailers for three releases coming from Signature Entertainment: vampiric revenge horror The Shed, UFO mystery Proximity, and demonic The Final Wish.

The Shed

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When you’re the outcast, the underdog; they all think they can mess with you. But what happens when you have a vampire in your shed? The game changes and everyone becomes a target. Make a choice, who lives, who dies? Who enters The Shed? 

Signature Entertainment presents The Shed on Digital HD from May 11th

Proximity

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From The Emmy-winning VFX behind Game of Thrones, Stranger Things as well as Tron: Legacy Proximity follows a young scientist, working for NASA, who is abducted by extra-terrestrials. When no one believes his story, he becomes obsessed with finding proof that leads him on a journey of discovery.

Signature Entertainment presents Proximity on Digital HD from May 18th

The Final Wish

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Final Destination meets Wishmaster. Following the death of his father, Aaron (Michael Welch) returns home to help his devastated mother (Lin Shaye) pack up his father’s belongings. Discovering one item of unknown origin, Aaron soon comes to believe his wishes are coming true, but the more wishes he makes the more danger he puts those closest to him in. Be careful what you wish for. Experience true horror featuring genre icons TONY TODD and LIN SHAYE.

Signature Entertainment presents The Final Wish on Digital HD from May 25th


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Jonathon Wilson

Jonathon is the Co-Founder of Ready Steady Cut and has been Senior Editor and Chief Critic of the outlet since 2017.

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