Category Archives: Nightmares on Netflix

Vampires Suck!

I honestly didn’t think there could be a worse movie than House of the Dead or Sucker Punch, but the people who put together this terrible monstrosity certainly proved me wrong. Oh wait, did I give it all away too soon? If you want to read me rip a movie apart, you’re not going to […]

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Tormented

FAIL. That’s me, essentially. It’s been way too long since I’ve done one of these reviews and I feel terrible. Actually, to keep in theme with the movie I’ve selected this week, I get a ‘F’ for effort and a ‘Does Not Meet Expectations’ for life. Now, that I’ve done beating myself up over not […]

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Family Ties Edition

Nightmares on Netflix: Family Ties Edition

Blood of my blood. Flesh of my flesh. You’re born into a family, and try as you might, you’re stuck with them for life. While there are times where you might want to run away or escape them, I can guarantee they could be much, much worse. Below, I’ve collected a trio of terrifying families […]

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The Shrine

Nightmares on Netflix: The Shrine

Foreigners are evil… or at least that’s what horror movies want you to think. How many films have their been about Europeans travelling to the United States only to be sacrificed to an ancient God or tortured for the entertainment of the extremely wealthy? After Hostel (2005) hit theatres there was a stream of “vacation-gone-wrong” […]

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Lesbian Vampire Killers

Nightmares on Netflix: Lesbian Vampire Killers

One of my favorite sub-categories within the horror movie genre is: the comedy-horror film. The combination of the ridiculous with the terrifying can have an amazing pay-off when it’s done well. Shaun of the Dead. Fido. Evil Dead. Dead Alive. They’re just a couple examples of some of the best. Pop culture references peppered with […]

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Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence

Nightmares on Netflix: Human Centipede 2

Sequels. Lets be honest here for a moment. Most follow up films, especially in the horror genre, are to make money. When the first is really successful and there is a lot of hype built up around it, a second movie comes out not long after because the production companies want dollar bills. Some of […]

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The Stephen King Edition

Nightmares on Netflix: Stephen King

To keep things nice and fresh with Nightmare on Netflix, and because there are a bajillion horror movies up on their website, I’m going to try to do a series of five or six films within a theme every month. For March, I’ve picked Stephen King. A lot of people claim that his writing has […]

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Carriers

So, what about the monsters that go unseen? No, not the Invisible Man.. but the fears and terrors that are invisible to the naked eye. Disease. Germs. Viruses. Plague. It’s rare that we ever see it coming, at least not until a member of a surviving party starts to get sick. Fever. Chills. Bruises. Then […]

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See No Evil

World Wrestling Entertainment (formerly the WWF) is a money-making empire. Not only does it have two weekly television programs, a monthly Pay Per View event, countless unaired square-circle matches across North America, but the endless stream of merchandise. From blu-rays of past performances and career highlights, to t-shirts and action figures, Slurpee cups and it […]

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May

There are so many different creatures that go bump in the night. Ghosts. Goblins. Demons. Boogey Men. The entire purpose of the horror genre is to play on our worst fears. Most rely on startling jumps and jeers, axe wielding psychopaths and supernatural monsters to terrify, but a good film will delve deeper, will touch […]

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Being Human UK Edition

It’s a pretty exciting time for supernatural and horror fans, being that the television industry has become overrun with vampires, werewolves and witches (Oh my!). Is it easy to pinpoint what started it all? Surely the success of shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Charmed were the frontrunners in the early 90s, but […]

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Reeker

Everyone loves a good mindfuck film. The Sixth Sense. Identity. Black Swan. Memento. When done well, they’re the type of movies that will leave you guessing until the very last moment, sometimes even well after the credits. They’re the perfect striptease, flashing just the right amount of skin to keep us all drooling all over […]

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FEAST

The whole zombie genre is getting tired as of late, and sadly this isn’t limited to the film industry. Books, comics, television and video games have been overcome by the horde of the walking dead. Thankfully this week’s movie has nothing to do with the shuffling corpses with a craving for brains, but I can […]

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The ‘Make You Scream’ Edition

It’s been a while since I’ve excited (or bored you all to death) with my horror movie reviews and in feeling extremely guilty in letting all one of my fans down, this week to kick off the new year, I’m going to offer you FIVE movies for the price of one – the price being […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: The Children

Yeah, I know. I’ve been a total slacker as of late, and what I’m going to blame it on is my angry inner bear need to hibernate. It’s cold up in Canada and after Halloween is over and I’ve gorged on buckets of candy, I want to crawl in my bed and sleep until my […]

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