Watch These Iconic Splatter Movies By Herschell Gordon Lewis on Tubi

Watch These Iconic Splatter Movies By Herschell Gordon Lewis on Tubi

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Looking for something good to watch this weekend, but you spend more time scanning through your streaming apps than actually picking something? Maybe we can help. We put together a list of nine horror movies streaming on Netflix right now.

It’s a mixed bag of tricks, the list below. We have everything from sharks to possessed toys to Godzilla. Yes, Godzilla counts. The newest is a French blockbuster starring a killer shark swimming and eating her way through Paris.

So stop hitting that down arrow on your remote and press play on any one of these movies. We get bonus points if you put your phone down without knowing it for most of these films.

Under Paris 

Lilith is the shark who ate Paris. Although the setting isn’t Amity, the story is the same. Even so, this wild and crazy ride isn’t so much about changing what Speilberg did in Jaws as much as it is padding it with action, suspense, and touches of a disaster film.

Under Paris

Thanksgiving 

Now that Eli Roth has announced he’s behind a television series based on Hostel, you might as well check out his latest film Thanksgiving to find out what you’re in for. This slasher doesn’t hide behind CGI to camouflage most of its body count.

“I feel cheated if I see something with a bunch of CGI blood,” he once said to Dread Central. “I wanted to see people getting sprayed in blood. And I get it, it’s a pain in the ass, it’s a mess, it takes hours to clean up, and sometimes it doesn’t go right. But when you get it, there’s nothing like it.

Thanksgiving

The Conference 

Logline: A team-building conference for municipal employees turns into a nightmare when accusations of corruption begin to circulate and plague the work environment. At the same time, a mysterious figure begins murdering the participants.

Nothing left to be said.

The Conference

Godzilla Minus One 

Yes, we are including this Academy Award winner. It’s got a giant monster that destroys a city. Although not as flashy as its American-made counterparts, that’s what gives it its charm. A lot of people have called it the best Godzilla movie since the original. Thankfully the dubbing has gotten better since then.

Godzilla Minus One

There’s Something in the Barn 

This comedic holiday film has its tongue firmly in cheek. You might even say it parodies other “little monster” films from the ’80s including E.T. If it’s fun you want, it’s fun you will have with this hilarious gnome-inspired charmer.

There’s Something in the Barn

Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight 

Not quite as brutal as the recent In A Violent Nature, it’s still cut from the same cloth. A group of kids go off the grid to attend a special camp located in the woods where a deformed killer has made his homestead. You know what happens next, but this one is a little better than most.

Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight 

The Block Island Sound 

Dare we say this movie is part The Fourth Kind, part The Bay, and part The Fog? While those aren’t specific plotlines to this film, there are some similarities. It is a bit of a slow burn in the beginning but when it gets going it’s got merit. The eerie soundtrack has a lot to do with its insidious creep factor.

The Block Island Sound 

X

Two words: Mia Goth. This is Ti West’s first entry into his trilogy of mental illness. West has made this film feel in every way like a Texas Chainsaw Massacre homage and it works to perfection. In X, a group of adult filmmakers rent a farm to film their next movie, but an old woman and an alligator have other plans.

X

Ouija: Original of Evil 

You know how they say sequels are never better than the originals? Ouija: Origin of Evil is the exception to that rule. Mike Flanagan was hired to do the sequel and he not only elevated the original concept he made it much scarier. No, you don’t need to have watched the first one to enjoy this great feature.

Ouija: Original of Evil 

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