Actually, it’s this ridiculously insane re-imagining of THE SHINING called THE CHICKENING.
THE QUIET is an exceptionally made short horror film. A partially deaf school girl gets off at her bus stop, but her mom is running late to pick her up. Then a van appears.
DARKNET is a hidden gem on Netflix that I recommend you watch right now if you love good horror.
This Canadian production, which unfortunately only created one season of six episodes, is an anthology series depicting interwoven stories of people caught up in the unexpected. In this world, people are drawn to the horrible, and the horrible rewards them, well, horribly. The common thread is Darknet, an underground website in which murderers post videos of themselves committing atrocities.
The filmmakers did an amazing job with their budget, producing stories that never failed to titillate and often surprise. I honestly didn’t expect it to be as fun as it was, and the end of the first season left me wanting more. Hope the filmmakers come back to it at some point.
I couldn’t find a trailer, but here are the scenes from the first episode featuring actress Masa Lizdek. The first sequence reveals the opening of the first episode.
YOU, ME AND THE APOCALYPSE is a British-American comedy series on Sky that tells the story of a group of people who come together in the town of Slough to await the impact of a giant asteroid that will destroy all life on Earth. If it even comes close to the humor and pathos of SEEKING A FRIEND FOR THE END OF THE WORLD, I’ll probably dig it.
I’ll post a review when I finally get a chance to catch up with the first season.
A pair of home invaders intent on terrorizing a happy family with murder and mayhem consider their character choices before the invasion, which hilariously backfires.
Check it out: