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Best Horror Movies on Netflix Right Now

 

It’s October, which means its time to watch some horror movies. Instead of combing the rather unhelpful Netflix website to find the best selections, head to the search bar and check out these gems.

 

Note: this list is in absolutely no particular order. I just picked and grabbed as I perused the films that are available on Netflix.

 

 

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

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I’ve talked extensively about this movie in previous posts, so I’ll be brief: this movie is horror art. If you want a scream-filled gore fest, this isn’t the movie for you. But if you want horror as high cinema, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is a beauty.

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Top Ten Horror Movies of the Past Ten Years

 

We’re well into October, the month dedicated to one of my personal favorite genres: Horror. As such, I am in the middle of a series of top ten lists highlighting some of the best horror films out there.

 

For this list I am going back to the year 2005 and recounting the single best horror film from each year of the past decade.

 

 

2005: The Descent

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This movie is terrifying. And, in a strange way, it feels like it would have been equally terrifying without the mutant cave cannibals. When six spelunkers get trapped inside a cave, they have to search for a second way out. Only, you know, there are mutant cave cannibals around. Before these pale monsters show up, though, there is still Continue reading Top Ten Horror Movies of the Past Ten Years

Top Ten: What to Watch on Netflix (April 2015)

A whole new batch of films are being unveiled on Netflix in early April. Of the new U.S. region arrivals, here are the ones I’m most excited to watch.

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Wonderful Surprises from the 2015 AACTA Awards

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts’ 4th annual best-of-the-year award ceremony wrapped up on Jan. 29, 2015. It nearly slipped right past my radar. I’m so wrapped up in my narrow-minded American patriotism to recognize when an international film award ceremony takes place. I should be ashamed of myself. But I digress.

Reading the recap of winners and losers from the AACTA event, I noticed a few great things Continue reading Wonderful Surprises from the 2015 AACTA Awards

(Some of) My Favorite Films of 2014

At the time I am writing this, my watchlist of movies from last year that I still haven’t seen but want to stands at a bold 21.This list includes documentaries such as Life Itself and Citizenfour, as well as foreign language films like Leviathan and Deux Jours, une Nuit (2 Days, One Night), and wide-release features like Continue reading (Some of) My Favorite Films of 2014