What's New on Netflix? (5/10/13)

As part of my continuing series about the ebb and flow of Netflix Instant titles, here are the latest in new genre films! Some fantastic horror films in particular were just added today, take a look:


Not a horror film persay, but Lars von Trier's 2009 drama about a married couple coping with death is about as disturbing and horrific as they come. Not for the faint of heart.

Dead Snow 

One of my favorite recent horror comedies, Død snø is a Norwegian gorefest with abundant laughs and a kickass soundtrack. If you're looking to have a good time (rather than get mind-fucked), this Nazi-zombie flick is your best option. 


This is the 2011 direct-to-video movie starring Cary Elwes and William Hurt, not the 1990 horror-comedy. I haven't seen it, so I can't recommend it, but here's the synopsis: A western businessman, his Thai wife and son experience a horrible accident while visiting Bangkok. In the aftermath, they find there is a shadow world between life and death where endless darkness lies.

House at the End of the Street

Another one I have not seen because, frankly, it looked like shit. Jennifer Lawrence moves into a new home and uncovers a dark history surrounding the neighbor's house. Blah, blah, blah. If you're gonna watch it, at least you get Jennifer Lawrence. Who doesn't love her?

Kill List

The less you know about this movie, the better. All I'll tell you is it was one of my favorite genre films of 2011 (that has grown on me more since) and you should absolutely watch it!  If you dig gritty, slow-burn, and/or fucked-up horror, this is your movie right here.

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