When my fiance and I first got together, before all of the video stores were closed, we used to rent a movie almost every night. Our favorites, B horror flicks. There is something about funny horror movies that we just couldn't live without. But as Redbox surely closed almost all of our favorite rental stores, non heard of cheesy horror movies were harder to come by. That was until Netflix. Thank you Netflix for having bad movies for me to say, "well I'll never watch that again" or "why haven't I seen this before!!!!".
So I was looking around and couldn't help but notice my latest recommended category: Goofy B-Movie Horror Seasonal. Great right? So I think we are going to have some fun watching some pretty bad movies, just by the sound of some of these. But I will just show you the two I am most excited to watch.
Here we go, here is a fairly new one, the synopsis is my favorite part!
Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver
Synopsis: After cleverly escaping the maximum security research institute of Homicidal Baked Goods, the Gingerdead Man stumbles upon a time machine and finds himself sent back in time as he slaughters the contestants of a 1970's Roller Boogie contest.
Now I will be honest, I have not yet seen Gingerdead man with Gary Busey (which sounds pretty scary to me) or Gingerdead man 2: Passion of the Crust. But after watching this trailer, I'm pretty sure this might be the only one I'll watch of this series. Who knows?
Next we have one I've been wanting to see but haven't yet due to not being able to find it, but good ol' Netflix has it now. It's an Australian/Finnish movie, so it hasn't gotten very far in the states yet, give it a few more years.
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
Synopsis: This unusual Christmas story is set in the frozen beauty of Finland, where local reindeer herders race to capture an ancient evil: Santa Claus. This year, everyone will believe in Santa Claus.
I love the little Santa between the title. I hope this movie is good, because I love the idea. I don't put up anything of Santa in my house during Christmas time, I think he's creepy. But a Santa horror film, I'll watch the shit out of that. Here's the Trailer.