Over the past few weeks, Netflix added several new horror films to their streaming selection, and many of these are recent movies from 2016. Take a look below at the latest inclusions.
TANK 432 (2016)
TANK 432 is a combination of JACOB’S LADDER and PLATOON with a lot more ambiguity and claustrophobia. A group of mercenaries are trapped in a tank as a bizarre-looking enemy closes in around. But as the situation becomes more grave, the group becomes concerned that the enemy may already be inside the tank with them.
THE WINDMILL (2016) (aka THE WINDMILL MASSACRE)(Cover photo)
On the run from the law, a girl hides with a group of tourists in Holland. The group’s bus breaks down leaving them stranded at a supposedly cursed windmill with a nightmarish backstory. Then they start disappearing one by one.
Directed by horror veteran Darren Lynn Bousman, ABATTOIR has fascinating concept about a man who literally collects haunted houses, removing murder rooms and crimes scenes, then joining them together to create the ultimate collection of damned spirits.
MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN (2008)
MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN one was on Netflix previously and has made a return. I’ve always been a huge fan of this film adaptation of a Clive Barker story about a photographer who is investigating a man he believes to be a serial killer. This movie gets gory!
FIRST BORN (2016)
After the birth of their first child, a couple discovers they are being plagued by a supernatural entity who seems focused on their newborn baby girl, Thea.
THE EYES OF MY MOTHER (2016)
This movie made several of the Blumhouse staffers’ “best horror films of 2016” lists. Presented entirely in black-and-white, EYES OF MY MOTHER is a slow-burn horror drama about a girl who grows up in a strange, isolated household, eventually developing a very dark, twisted approach to the world around her.