Friday, October 11, 2013

Netflix Instant: Movie & TV Picks - 31 Days of Horror Edition

As always, this October I'm a movie nerd cliche, and I'm watching 31 horror movies during the month. You can follow my exploits at my Letterboxd list here, and this week I wanted to highlight three of the movies I've seen on Netflix so far.

Check them out below.

From what I've heard, this is a shot-for-shot remake of the original movie WHO COULD KILL A CHILD? a movie that I've never seen, but I can definitely see how it would've been controversial or groundbreaking  back in the day. The idea of killer children is terrifying and speaks to a weird type of fear. 

This was a happy accident where I was looking for the 2013 documentary LEVIATHAN, but instead I found this fun crew-trapped-in-an-enclosed-space-with-an-alien-creature movie. I was particularly fond of the special effects even if the movie takes a while to get going.

This hilariously bad gem has to be one of my favorites of this entire month. James Hong directs and stars in this horror movie about an evil winemaker who uses blood in order to extend his life. The movie's got some really and bizarre aspects to it. The acting is terrible and people don't behave like normal people. It's like Hong had an idea of how to make a movie without actually having seen one and went to town with this goofy movie. I really can't recommend it. 

That's it for me this week. Hope y'all enjoy!

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