How to Watch Screambox on Apple TV
Here’s how to sign up, download, install, and start streaming Screambox using your Apple TV. Learn how to get the most out of your Apple TV while using Screambox.
Screambox is a video streaming service that delivers every type of horror imaginable, from Supernatural to Slashers, Classics, Zombies, Extreme, Psychological, Cult, Underground, Banned Movies, and more. There are also five video series available for non-subscribers to watch for free.
There is a Free with Ads plan, an ad-free Month Premium Plan ($4.99/month), a 6 Month Premium Plan ($14.99), and a Premium Year Plan ($26.99/year).
We recommend adding Screambox as an Amazon Prime Video channel so you can access the content through that platform, as well as the regular Screambox app.
Apple TV is a streaming device that can be used to watch Live TV Streaming Services and On Demand Streaming Services.
Can you stream Screambox on Apple TV?
How to Sign Up and Download Screambox on Apple TV
Screambox is not available on Apple TV devices.
You can still sign up for Screambox and use it on other devices like Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
How to Sign Up for Screambox on Other Streaming Devices
If you have other devices, you can learn how to sign up for and use Screambox on Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
What features are available on Screambox?
No Parental Controls
There are no parental controls for Screambox.
Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Paramount Plus, Peacock, SHOWTIME, and STARZ have parental control features.
Up to 2 Devices
Screambox allows you to stream on up to 2 devices simultaneously.
Only on mobile.
Horror TV series like “Welcome to Daisyland,” “The Island,” and “Hello Horror” exist on the platform.
There are 12 exclusive movies on Screambox, which include “The Domicile,” “Dark Web,” “It’s Here,” and “Devil’s Acid.” There are also horror documentaries like “Gibtown” and “Something to Scream About,” as well as silent films from the early 20th century like “Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror,” 1925’s “Phantom of the Opera,” and “Frankenstein.”