So I've decided to help you to wade through the sea that is Netflix (Canada's) horror and sci-fi movie selection. I will only suggest things that I have seen and the occasional tv show will be thrown in once in a while. Every month I will give an update with new titles that have appeared since the last list bolded. Here are my top picks for the month of May:
An excellent comedy about a man who finds himself with an irritable bowel demon living in his colon.
-From Dusk til Dawn (movie not tv series)
The Gecko brothers think they're safe after pulling off a bank heist, but their hideout of The Titty Twister has other plans for them.
-Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
While renovating their summer home, a couple of hill billys notice an odd amount of deaths happening on their property.
After a military bio-weapon is accidentally released, a rag tag group of those immune must fight for their lives against the pustulating victims.
After a military bio-weapon is accidentally released, a rag tag group of townspeople must fight for their lives against the insane victims.
Elijah Wood plays a man with a deadly obsession with mannequins and a strange way of showing his affection for women.
A secluded Irish island community must get wasted to survive an evening of alien assault.
Civil war soldiers who have to survive on "the other white meat".
Survivors of the vampire apocalypse go on a cross country adventure encountering what humanity has come to since civilization's demise.
By now you should know what this one is about.
-The Loved Ones
Lola just wanted to go to prom with him, now he's going to be her date whether he wants to or not.
VAGINA DENTATA! VAGINA DENTATA!
-Detention (starring Josh Hutcherson)
Serial killer prom queen, aliens and a time travelling bear. Somehow it all works.
A bachelor party goes wrong when they discover the town they are visiting is inhabited by zombie women.
-The ABCs of Death
26 short films based on the alphabet, only rule, someone has to die.
Ever wonder what would happen if you met a double of yourself, this probably would.
Shut up, it's so bad it's hilarious.
You know what this one is about
Sean Bean contributes to his death reel in this period piece taking place during the bubonic plague days of England.
-We Are What We Are
Ok turns out this is the original Spanish version, but if the american re-make is any indication, it should be pretty awesome.
-30 Days of Night
Vampires in the arctic at the height of winter.
Years after aliens crash landed in South Africa an awkward social worker must attempt to move them to new housing.
A one man mission to harvest energy on the moon hits a snag when our intrepid hero gets hurt.
-The Fifth Element
It's a classic.
-The Hunger Games
Kids killing each other.
After an attack on the Earth soldiers must take the fight to the alien insect's home front.
-Attack the Block
Aliens attack a low income neighbourhood which is less helpless than they had anticipated.
After an alien crashes in a small midwestern town, the only ones who can help it are a rag tag group of kids.
During the Spanish civil war a young girl discovers the secret of the old house she is now living in.
David Cronenberg's re-make takes the original and multiplies the body horror by 20.
I just love Hellboy and Guillermo del Toro.
-Errors of the Human Body
In Dresden labs an experiment transfers from a mouse to a human with horrific results.
Explore the past of Norman Bates in the first season of this thrilling television show.
Basically one of the best superhero cartoon series I can think of, it made me actually interested in DC comics.
What happens when teenage delinquents get superpowers while doing volunteer service.
It's weird, we'll leave it at that.
I'm really surprised if you haven't seen this one yet.
-Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
My other favourite superhero cartoon. Watch it.