6 Horror Thriller Movies To Binge Watch This Month || Bingeworthy

6 Horror Thriller Movies To Binge Watch This Month || Bingeworthy


– With Valentine’s
Day in the rearview, it only seems appropriate
that on this week’s episode we talk about something near
and dear to my own heart, horror movies. I’m Alex Robinson and
this is “Bingeworthy,” a show where we’re telling you
the absolute very best movies and shows to binge right now. Let’s get into the spooky stuff. “The Witch.” Wait, have you still
not seen “The Witch”? Why? The film debuted in
2015 and was easily one of the scariest
movies that year, and fits neatly in the realm of a supernatural
horror period piece. Basically, a family in
the 1600s are banished from a Puritanical colony
and have to build a farm on the outskirts
of civilization. Then (beep) gets real creepy. Heavy-handed themes of religion
guide a lot of the plot, but I don’t wanna
get too into that because the less
you know, the better your
experience will be. That said, be sure to
watch with the volume up. The score is eerie,
tense, and brilliant. “Green Room.” “Green Room” is another
2015 banger brought to you by Jeremy Saulnier, who
directed Netflix’s 2018 film “Hold the Dark” as well as
the first two episodes of HBO’s smash hit “True
Detective” Season 3, airing right now. Basically, this guy’s a pro. Allow me to set the stage here. A young punk band is traveling through the Pacific Northwest
trying to book gigs. One falls through, but with
the help of a local radio host, they end up re-booking at
a neo-Nazi shanty bar/venue deep in the woods. It’s there the band links
up with townie Amber, who, like them, also doesn’t
wanna be there anymore. After seeing something they
assuredly should not have seen, they are trapped and
have no other choice but to fight their way
out against a skinhead Patrick Stewart and his
machete-wielding gang of racists. This movie
is intense as hell, but it’s a lot of (beep) fun if you’re into the whole
killer thriller thing. – They’re everywhere! “Hush,” an intense
slasher horror film from director Mike Flanagan,
same dude behind “Gerald’s Game” and “The Haunting
of Hill House,” which, do we really need
to talk about the ending of that one? “Hush” follows around Maddie,
played by Flanagan’s IRL wife, Kate Siegel, not to be confused with Katey Sagal from
“Married with Children,” “Futurama,” “Sons of Anarchy.” Maddie is a deaf writer
living alone in the middle of the woods. One night she’s hanging out
when a masked man shows up and starts to play
the most sadistic game of cat and mouse ever. Like Tom and Jerry but with
a high-powered crossbow. Like most of these films,
I won’t give too much away, but I would highly recommend
you don’t watch this alone in a cabin by yourself. Seriously, nothing good ever
happens in those situations. “The Invitation.” Are you fascinated or
frightened by cults? Do you like your horror movies to take place at a
dinner gathering? Do you often feel
politeness gets in the way of showing our true selves? Do you wanna see Daario Naharis from “Game of Thrones”
play a different role as a super-creepy dude who
may or may not be in a cult? Then you will surely wanna
watch “The Invitation.” The sinister story is brought
to you by Karyn Kusama, who made “Aeon Flux,” the highly
underrated “Jennifer’s Body,” and most recently, “Destroyer,” starring a wholly
transformed Nicole Kidman. This is another one of those
movies you don’t wanna know too much about
before going into, and although it’s a slow burn, the payoff is well
worth the wait. Why are dinner parties
so (bleep) scary? “The Wailing.” No, this is not about
about our favorite group of enormous, fully aquatic
placental marine mammals, but a sleepy mountain
town in South Korea that comes under siege
from an evil presence after a Japanese
stranger shows up. This is a super-fun, yet bone-chilling
South Korean horror that came out in 2016,
and here’s what goes down. People first break out in a
rash, go on a murderous rampage, and then suddenly die. Sent to investigate these
strange cases is our protagonist and townie police
officer, Jong-Goo. He meets a mystery
woman who is adamant that the new stranger in
town must be responsible for this mess, and
it makes sense. He shows up, people get
sick, it’s a correlation. As Jong-Goo tries
to figure out just what the hell is happening,
his daughter gets sick, and then it becomes personal. This is a classic evil
lurking all around you type of horror flick
that’ll definitely get your heart rate up, and honestly, have
you questioning all of your new neighbors. “The Wailing” is just the start of Korean horror movies
available on Netflix. If you’re looking for a
new genre to get into, we can’t recommend it enough. “The Conjuring.” “The Conjuring” is extra creepy because it’s based
off a true story, more specifically, the
story of the Perron family and two paranormal
investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren, who
were summoned to help them. Here’s the deal. It’s 1970s Rhode Island. A mother, father,
their five daughters, and a dog move into a large,
isolated, rundown farmhouse with the mission of sprucing
it up into a warm, happy home. Unfortunately for them, their
beloved farmhouse is also home to a malevolent demon
that routinely harasses the five daughters and
turns their peaceful dreams of a quiet life into
a literal nightmare. The film is directed
by James Wan, the dude who also directed the
“Saw” movies and also “Aquaman,” so yeah, it’s a
horrifying movie. And that is it for today. Happy Febru-scary, everybody. I’m Alex Robinson and
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