Hey Creepy Catalogers,
It’s a great weekend to watch horror! Here’s the best of what’s streaming:
Netflix premiered a new series called Blackspace about students who are hunted down by masked killers wearing a unicorn mask, so that’s my weekend plans.
There’s also Army of the Dead new on Netflix. It’s a combination zombie-heist movie about a group of mercenaries who seek to rob a Las Vegas casino after the zombie apocalypse.
On our Facebook page we’ve been reminiscing about Fear (1996) with Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon. If you weren’t blessed enough to come of age in the 90s and see it then, it’s a thriller about a wealthy 16-year-old girl in the Seattle suburbs who is looking for love and meets a full on predator. Fear is streaming on Hulu.
Wolf Creek 2 is also included in Prime now, I think it’s one of the best horror sequels. Mick Taylor plays another game of cat and mouse with a backpacker in the Australian outback. It’s gruesome. The movies may not be a truthful retelling of the Australian outback backpacker murders, but there really was a sadistic serial killer on the loose for a long time.
- All the horror coming to Netflix in June 2021.
- Netflix released a trailer for the trilogy of Fear Street movies they’re releasing this summer.
- I stumbled across this pretty awesome doc on the original Scream on YouTube.
- I thought Mindhunter was done, but there’s still hope for fans who want a third season.
- There’s a trailer for the adaptation of Stephen King’s Lisey’s Story that’s coming to Apple TV+.
- In honor of the third Conjuring in theaters next weekend, I wrote about times that Ed and Lorraine Warren were outed as frauds. This is one of those cases where the backstory is just as horrifying and interesting as the movie.
- A theory that Michael Myers isn’t the original killer in Halloween.
- I watched a show about the Gainesville Ripper after watching that Scream doc and now I’m afraid to leave my house.
Happy streaming and stay spooky!