New Horror On Netflix
October 18, 2012
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It appears that the Netflix gods finally listened to my requests for some new horror. Just a day or so ago they started showing “Intruders,” “Hunger,” “The Devil’s Rock,” “Hidden,” “Road Kill,” “Cornered,” “Girls Gone Dead,” among others. Strangely enough, they have also included a bunch of Mario Bava films, such as “The House Of Exorcism,” “Bay Of Blood,” “Lisa And The Devil,” “Baron Blood, and “Kill, Baby, Kill.”
I expect that most of the films I mentioned won’t be worth the time it takes to watch them (other than the Bava films. From what I have read he has done as much to advance the giallo film as Dario Argento) but then again, you never know when you are going to find a classic, such as “Occupant,” which was part of the last group of horror films to appear on Netflix.
Speaking of “Occupant,” here’s the trailer. It’s a creepy little ditty worth checking out.
After all, who knows? It might just lead one to reconsider moving into that rental that feels just too good to be true, because it may end up being a real…killer…deal.