Sure! There are a lot of nice things on Shudder (Canada). I'll list a few movies I liked that I watched there. They are of many different styles of horror, so YMMV depending on what you like.
I actually subscribed recently as well. This last weekend I watched:
To me the last 15 minutes were what made the rest of the movie make sense.I watched The House That Jack Built yesterday. And at first this movie was pretty tame, more psychlogical horror in a sense and while watching the 2nd story I was wondering if the whole movie was like this but then shit escalated quickly when Jack was towing the dead woman with his car. The third story was gruesome and mean and as soon as he used the marker on Jacqueline's breasts in the 4th story I knew where this was going. The only other Lars von Trier movie I had seen before this one was Antichrist. And then at the end you're asking yourself why am I still watching this thing? The last 15 minutes were unnecessary and I was just waiting for it to end.
Nothing really. I don't have expectations when watching a movie in the sense that I want the story to go a certain way or that there will be a theme or whatever. That's not how I watch movies. And I didn't even dislike the movie, reading my post again I can see how it looks that way but I actually enjoyed it for the most part, except the last 15 minutes which I felt weren't needed because I didn't need an explanation for what I've seen.
I didn't know that but I can see it now because I was wondering why a brief scene of Antichrist was in this film too. I guess some from his other films were aswell.
Not at all. Except maybe the parts where Jack starts building the house and immediately tears it down again.
That one where the guy kills a dude and inherits his stuff, and theres s painting of the house on the wall, and there's a corpse coming out of the graveyard in the painting that gets closer to the front door every time the guy looks at it
I always l liked the short ep where a man and woman are saying their goodbyes (one was terminally ill)and the man is laying bricks to close in his wife and the twist is it’s him that is being blocked in.
That pretty much describes most of my favorite movies, so will bump that one up right away. Thanks!
That sound's like it'll be a lot of fun! I'm waiting on the local drive-in to start revealing details about what they have in store for their yearly horror marathon.
It's a real shame the thing wasnt recognized for its brilliance when it released.This evening I saw John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness for the first time. It was very good!
It really unfolded like a Lovecraftian story I thought. It actually made me very curious so I went online to read some articles about it. Apparently, The Thing, Prince of Darkness, and In the Mouth of Madness are considered a trilogy by Carpenter about the destruction of different concepts like individuality, spirituality, and reality. Each of these three movies are very much Lovecraftian in their treatment I think.
Off the top of my head, Summer of 84 and Terrified are my favorites on the platform that you won't find elsewhere.
Summer of 84 was a real surprise. Really impressed me!
I think this description made me a bit nauseous.
Ugh! Who made that?? Pretty sure it’s not this Chris Moore:I think this description made me a bit nauseous.
"Annoying, pain in the ass Callie (Meredith Mohler) is an obnoxious social justice warrior who spends her life reporting the supposedly offensive actions of her fellow students in spectacularly over-the-top fashion. Things are going swimmingly for her quest to find the ultimate level of butt hurt when a legendary serial killer returns and picks up the murder biz he started years previous."
No, it's this one. I'm serious.Ugh! Who made that?? Pretty sure it’s not this Chris Moore:
Chris Moore, Producer: Manchester by the Sea. Chris Moore is a producer and writer, known for Manchester by the Sea (2016), Reindeer Games (2000) and The Adjustment Bureau (2011). He is married to Jenno Topping. They have three children.www.imdb.com
Cool, thanks. I’ll give both a watch.
Hollywood only oh well