The Streaming Horror Episode 11

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John Dies at the End (2012)

Directed By: Don Coscarelli 

Starring: Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes, Paul Giamatti, Clancy Brown, Glynn Turman, Doug Jones, Daniel Roebuck,Fabianne Therese, Jonny Weston, Jimmy Wong

You’ve heard me talk about this movie countless times, and while there maybe some debate out there to the quality of this film I find it to be one of the best movies of the last year. This movie is both fun, funny, and quite disturbing. It’s a surreal adventure through the eye’s of two slackers who just happen to be in the wrong place at the right time. I could go on forever about this movie, but I’m just going to refer you to my previous article 5 Reasons to Watch John Dies at the End (2012). If you haven’t seen this movie yet just stop delaying and watch it already!

Overall Rating: 9 out of 10!




The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

Directed by: Wes Craven

Starring: Bill Pullman, Cathy Tyson, Zakes Mokae, Paul Winfield,Brent Jennings, Conrad Roberts, Badja Djola, Theresa Merritt, Michael Gough, Paul Guilfoyle

The Serpent and the Rainbow is supposedly a true true story about Clairvius Narcisse a Hatian man who was turned into a zombie with the help of drugs, and maybe a little voodoo magic (try and read “voodoo magic” in the best creole black woman voice you got, it’s how I wrote it in my head.) Bill Pullman is in his normal genius role in this film. Acting like a boss as only Pullman can. In fact he is in top form in this movie and really so is director Wes Craven. I wouldn’t call this Cravens best film but it is damn near close. The point is that this movie is a classic and if you haven’t seen it you need to add it to your list quickly.

 Overall Rating: 8.5 out of 10




Roman (2006)

Directed by: Andela Bettis
Starring: Lucky McKee, Kristen Bell, Ben Boyer, James Duval, Jesse Hlubik, Mike McKee, Nectar Rose, Chris Sivertson, Eddie Steeples

I literally dug through thousands of movies on Netflix tonight trying to find both a good movie and one that most people haven’t seen. This movie is a sorta-sequel to Lucky McKee’s May starring Angela Bettis as May. Roman is in turn directed by Angela Bettis and is starring Lucky McKee as Roman. Let me state a few simple facts about this movie. It’s Low budget.It’s shot on a Digital Camera before Digital Cameras were able to look similar to celluloid. (No, I know nothing will ever replace celluloid. I love it too. Don’t kill me.)Mostly it has a plot that chills me to my core. Not that it’s scary, but it’s beautiful in sort of a sad way. If you’re cool enough to give it a try, stick with it if you feel discouraged (not that you will.) It has an interesting pay off. Please give this one a try, I promise you it’s worth it.

Overall Rating 7.5 out of 10


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