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Welcome to the second installment of QueueItUp, where I will help guide you through all of the hidden gems and new releases available on your various streaming devices. Today, we continue our Halloween Netflix coverage. Last week we brought you 10 Halloween Horror Movies (i.e. movies that dealt specifically with the holiday season at hand) now streaming on Netflix. Today, we bring you 13 Classic Horror Movies that are all available at the push of a button.
A couple of quick notes before we get started: This column was launched to help stream hungry hunters like myself discover weird, uncharted and mostly unwatched movies. I'm meticulously going through allotted Queues so you don't have to. A lot of these movies won't even have reviews on Rotten Tomatoes (so don't bring it up), and they might not be great on an academic level. But if I like it, I'm going to tell you about it! »
After a Tiff-mandated sabbatical, Ricky and Simon fly solo in order to take on veteran schlockmeister and cult legend Larry Cohen, via three of his most popular films. First up is 1974′s It’s Alive, the killer-baby shocker graced with one of Bernard Herrmann’s last scores; next is 1982′s Q: The Winged Serpent, a monster-movie / mob picaresque hybrid starring the maniacal, brilliant Michael Moriarty; and last (and most likely least), the killer-alien-yogurt (no, really) horror-satire The Stuff.
“Taste You Like Yogurt” – Whatchya featuring Flula Borg & Flynt Flossy
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Q The Winged Serpent
Directed by Larry Cohen
Written by Larry Cohen
Genre pioneer Larry Cohen takes a stab at the giant-monster genre with Q, The Winged Serpent, a first-rate grade-z schlock masterwork, which successfully combines a film noir crime story with good old-fashioned creature effects. The title refers to the winged Aztec god Quetzalcoatl, represented here as a dragon-like, flying serpent hovering over New York City. Detectives Shepard (David Carradine) and Powell (Richard Roundtree) investigate a bizarre series of deaths where victims have been snatched from high-rise buildings and dropped to the streets below, minus their head. After witnesses report seeing the flying creature, Shepard follows a lead that Quetzalcoatl has been brought back to life by a series of sacrifices performed by a killer they are also chasing. Meanwhile, when a diamond heist goes wrong, petty thief Jimmy Quinn (Michael Moriarty) hides out in the infrastructure of »
3 items from 2013
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