What did I just watch? Movies beyond the Netflix queue
Love and revenge amongst some of the best designed corrodors in science fiction cinema history.
A hunt for a sex-bot blooms into romance between the client and the contractor.
A salvage crew boards a derelict luxury liner and has the nerve to be surprised by ghosts.
Straight men see a naked lady and lose the sum total of their shit.
Teens help a delusional woman maintain her sense of self-worth by keeping her company while renovating her ruined manse.
Lou has to solve his partner’s murder while various femme fatales fling themselves at him.
A cradle-robbing gym teacher is accused of brutal sex-murders at a Catholic girl’s school.
“Pops” wants a fair price for his obsolete streetcar route. Can his daughter’s boyfriend stop goofing off long enough to help out?
It’s wabbit season. This time the wabbits are the hunters.
Scientific obsession and family drama align in the breathtaking cinema of back-breaking terror!
Arachnids take a ski vacation and a bunch of speciesist primates freak out.
Guests at a rural B&B discover they can check out any time they like, but they can never leave.
Irene has such bad luck with men even the ones she dreams about are manipulative jerks.
A Sandman goes to the Jellicle Ball, then learns the facts of life from Hercule Poirot.
An underprepared space-agent has to save the world from ultimate space-evil but hasn't got a space-thing to wear.
A drunken, washed-up gunfighter struggles to reclaim center stage from the whitebread, upstart imposters who have taken over.
Two women witness zombie attacks but the men have to have their faces practically chewed off before they’ll believe it happened.
A pair of innovators discover a unique way to disrupt the medical supplies market and are punished for it by the populist masses.
An old man falls for a woman young enough to be his great-great-great-great grandaughter. They drink each other’s blood.
The Bram Stoker adaptation that dares to include all the aimless travel sequences.
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