Some disturbing necrophilia; an even more disturbed roommate; the last Hunger Games movie, thankfully; a Satanic Panic Thriller; a delusional guy who sees monsters; and the twisted adventures of a deaf gang in the Ukraine... this week is packed tight with solid VOD releases!
*Be sure to click the pics to rent the movies, or watch their trailers. Or both. Or neither. It really depends on your mood, now doesn't it?
|THE CORPSE OF ANNA FRITZ|
Dark, disturbing, uncomfortable, and heinous, The Corpse of Anna Fritz is a short Thriller that packs a lot of punch. It twists and turns, and in the end it became something more than what we thought it would be, and that's a good thing.
Rent it if you like movies that make your skin crawl.
Excess Flesh looks like a twisted, nasty modern day update of Single White Female to us, and if the advance reviews are to be believed, that's exactly what it is. Bring it on.
|MOCKINGJAY PART 2|
The final Hunger Games movie was split in two to milk as much money out of fans as possible, and the result was 2 hours worth of material that was dragged and stretched to 4 and a half hours. 4 and a half long, slow, uneventful, dull-ass hours.
I personally really liked the first two Hunger Games movies, but both parts of Mockingjay dropped the ball in a big way. What a huge letdown.
Skip it, unless you really feel the need to see how it all ends.
For all of its faults, Regression was a pretty good movie that managed to keep us interested throughout. If you look at it as a fictional portrayal of some very real things that happened in American history, and don't expect an all-out Horror flick, then you'll probably dig it.
See it, because it's a very solid dramatic thriller.
|THEY LOOK LIKE PEOPLE|
They Look Like People has been getting some really positive reviews so far, and so we're all about delving into its psychologically-charged waters.
See it if you like experimental Indie flicks.
The Tribe is a great Arthouse Film that offers Horror fans plenty of realistic brutality, but not much in the way of story or character development. It's not a particularly enjoyable movie either, but it is one that makes a statement, and does so in a very powerful, bold, and unique way.
It won't be for everybody, and in fact, it may not even be for most people, but if you like experimental Arthouse movies that do something completely different from the norm, then it might just be for you.
Rent it if you're in the mood for something different.