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Amazon Channels adds Screambox

Amazon is giving horror fans something to scream about with its latest subscription channel. (LilaMax Media)

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Amazon is giving horror fans something to scream about with its latest subscription channel. Screambox said the streaming service has more than 300 movies available as part of Amazon Channels, available to U.S. customers for $4.99 a month, in addition to the $99 a year Prime membership.

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