June 17, 2016

What's New on VOD This Week? (6/14-6/17)

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A killer clown suit; a heist gone wrong; and a trilogy of Danish movies that begs to be seen... this is definitely a smaller week on VOD, but every new movie is worthy of a watch. We'll take the quality over quantity, any day.

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"Clown is a story of a loving father who dons a clown outfit and makeup to perform at his son's sixth birthday, only to later discover that the costume--red nose and wig included--will not come off and his own personality changes in a horrific fashion. To break the curse of the evil outfit, the father must make grim choices with his own family facing danger."

Clown was a movie that we had mixed feelings about. On one hand, we dug the creepy, disturbing story of a guy who puts on a possessed clown suit, which makes him start killing people; on the other, it's a bit plodding, and it really could have used some more forward momentum. And gore.

A lot of people liked Clown way more than we did, but we're probably more jaded than they are so RENT IT, if clowns scare the hell out of you.


"A bank heist descends into violent chaos when one of the hostages turns out to be a serial killer. Trapping the well-organized team of bank robbers in the building, the killer is now picking them off one by one."

Ever since his excellent turn in last year's He Never Died (review HERE), we've been waiting to see Henry Rollins in another Genre flick, and with him playing a Serial Killer who turns the tables on a gang of bank robbers in this one, we're absolutely checking it out asap. RENT IT, because Henry Rollins is a bad-ass.

Based on the Department Q book series, The Keeper of Lost Causes is a really entertaining Mystery/Thriller that plays like a Police Procedural, with a decidedly Danish flavor about it. We really liked this movie, and once we get some spare time, we'll be checking out its sequels, The Absent One and A Conspiracy of Faith, all of which are on Amazon now. RENT THEM, if you like foreign Thrillers.


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