Top 10 Scary Horror Movies on Netflix - October 2012

Halloween is very close now, and if you're like me, you've been overloading on all sorts of scary movies and horror films to get the most out of your Netflix Instant experience. I just realized that the month is almost over and we've yet to put out a Top 10 Scary Movies on Netflix Streaming list for the month. So here we go!

10. Slither

9. From Dusk till Dawn 
8. Trollhunter
7. Dead Snow
6. Tucker and Dale vs Evil
5. House of the Devil
4. Pontypool
3. Insidious
2. The Tall Man
1. The Last Exorcism

The Tall Man: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

I went into The Tall Man knowing nothing about it, short of the fact that Jessic Biel was in it, and the cover was kind of creepy. Little did I know that this would end up being one of the more creative horror/thrillers I'd seen in years.

One thing that I can safely say about this movie, is that it kept me guessing until the very end. Most of the time when I'm watching a movie, I'm pretty sure I know what's going on. I can usually follow the beats of the plot line, and kind of at least have an idea of where everything is going on every turn.

For whatever reason, this movie just kept catching me off-guard, and because of that, I'm very confident in recommending this one as a Netflix hidden gem.

Especially considering it's Halloween season, if you're looking for a good scary movie to watch that you haven't seen, this is a great choice!

Click to add it to your Netflix streaming queue here!

Slither: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

It's October, and it's scary movie season! I'm constantly on the lookout for great horror films, so whenever anything intriguing comes on Netflix that I feel might satisfy my horror craving, I'm usually pretty quick to jump on it!

I checked out Slither because it stars Nathon Fillion, who, if you don't know by now, is awesome. Pretty much everything he's involved in has a rather 'awesome' element to it. And this movie follows suit.

The movie itself is about an alien invasion, which kind of envelopes into a zombie movie to a certain extent. It's kind of a mixture between the two, but I think getting too detailed about it might ruin the experience for some of you.

The thing that's great about this movie though is how it's able to splice horror and comedy elements together to really work in a genuine and organic way. In that regard, it's a very fun film, and definitely worth watching - especially since it's Halloween season.

If you're willing to go into this movie realizing you're about to have fun, you're going to have fun. This isn't the type of movie that takes itself too seriously, so just go along for the ride and I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I did.

Add it to your queue and let me know what you think of it in the comments! Stream it here!

Mouse Hunt: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

Mouse Hunt is one of my favorite movies from childhood. It's one of those movies that, even today, I can put it in (or in this case, click to watch it) and still laugh at the simple way it's able to be funny in all the ways it needs to be.

Mouse Hunt is one of my favorite comedy movies that's heavily based in physical humor. A lot of the time (all the time?) I'm never really a fan of it. I guess I'm one of those types of people who's kind of cynical on physical humor, because a lot of the time to me it just seems either heavily forced or just too-over-the-top (in all the wrong ways).

But Mouse Hunt hits the spot. I really love everything about this movie, cast, story, and all. It's so fun to me, and I've never found anyone who actually didn't like this movie.

I don't really know how much I can really say about this movie that needs to be said. It's about two guys who find out that they've inherited a house (that happens to be worth quite a lot of money). The only problem is that the house has a mouse. Yeah, that's pretty much the story.

Go into it expecting something silly and fun and that's what you're going to get. Add it to your queue because this is a fantastic comedy that can be watched by just about anybody.

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut: Netflix Streaming Surprises

When South Park first hit theaters, no one really knew what to expect. You didn't know if you were going to get basically an extended episode of South Park, whether you were going to get something substantially more raunchy, or something bland & unworthy of actually being in theaters.

Basically, this movie showed HOW to make a TV show series into a movie, with the icing on the icing on the top being that it's a musical, and absolutely full of memorable songs you'll likely never forget (you can't tell me you'll ever forget 'Blame Canada').

South Park has turned the page on what's expected from a comedy show, and with this movie they turned the page as to what's expected from an animated movie in terms of the level of hilarity that's expected to ensue.

If you're unable to laugh at this movie, you're doing it wrong. South Park writers and creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are unlike any other comedy-writing duo I think Hollywood's ever seen (even though they're in Colorado). The fact that they're willing and able to constantly step over boundaries in ways that no one's ever seen before is a constant reminder to everyone that art is still possible within the confounds of the media we have today.

If you haven't seen this movie, or at least haven't seen this movie in a decade or so, you need to do yourself a favor and stream it. It's amazing.

Click to watch South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut on Netflix streaming here!
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