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Seen a few posts about Netflix> thought i would go with a central place for ones to rec. or avoid.
as for me just last night i wathed and relly liked "house" 2008 staring Michael Madsen, Bill Mosley, and Lesile Esterbrook
then went on to watch "the Killing Jar" with agin Michael Madsen, Danny Trejo, and Lew Temple
dug em both
was on a Madsen and rejects kick wonder why Rob hasnt cast him some where yet oh but thats for another toppic who would ya like to see in a RZ film ohh...
ride on motherfucker
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Sweet..I didn't even know about " The Killing Jar"...
But I do love NetFlix..I just got it a little over a month ago..I was wondering, can anyone here recommend any more cool lesser known horror movies that are currently on Netflix?
There's a european movie on there, I believe called Vampires, filmed in a mockumentary style like This Is Spinal Tap, that takes a look at the real lives of vampires. Never seen the whole thing since I suffer from cinematic narcolepsy, but it's different at least.
I finally watched Troll Hunter on Netflix last night..I loved it..More than I liked The Blair Witch Project or the Paranormal Activity movies..I have always loved mythology about trolls and faeries and such, and I liked the story line of this film..Very fucking cool.
I love the movie " Trick R treat" especially near halloween ... u have to pay attention cuz all the dif stories connect with each other its soooo cool how they put the movie together its got a few famous ppl like anna paquin from tru blood and some otheres... tell me what u think if anyone watches it
I just finished devils carnivale and i really didnt like it too much but i did like Repo alot i know someone mentioned if u like repo ud like DC but i just couldnt get into it. I did however find an interesting gory, disgusting movie called THE WOMAN and that was WHOAAAAA!!! thats all i can say lol you'll hafta c for yourselves
Grave Encounters is really good. I hope Netflix adds Grave Encounters 2 and VHS soon because I would like to see them again. If anyone likes Korean Horror flicks White was pretty awesome and creepy to watch..
“I’m here to kick ass and chew gum, and I’m all out of bubblegum.”
I saw The Afflicted too a couple weeks ago..Wow..Leslie can act..I am sure it must be hard work in a role you are playing a character as fucking crazy as the mother in that film..I think she did great.
@Moon I agree! I am sure Leslie and everyone else on earth (well, except the jesus freaks psychos like her) despises the character and what she does ( and it is a true fact, which does not surprise me, those people are nuts) but she managed to put aside personal feelings of hers and she did a magnificent job as Maggie. I cannot thing of anyone who could have done a better job.
Do you by any chance know any othe horror movies she has been in besides that one and The Devil's Rejects?
I also have Netflix and I always use the stream function
@Emma may I post a thread about documentaries at youtube??
I found a TV series that was on in the 80z and it was directed by Steven Speilberg its called AMAZING STORIES watch the 4th episode "mummy/daddy " i was LOL seriously. thay mummy made me have tears in my eyes i was laughing so hard.