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One of the creepier found footage/mockumentary movies of the 21st century, Lake Mungo is about a girl who drowns on a camping trip and the paranormal experiences that her family experiences after her death. The family quickly learns that the beloved girl was leading a sinister double life. This 2008 After Dark Films production works on several different levels, and fans of both ghost stories and found footage flicks will love it. If this sounds like you, you can see Lake Mungo here at TubiTV.
Comforting Skin is a 2011 Canadian movie about a lonely young woman who, on a whim, gets a tattoo. With the tattoo comes a new sense of self confidence, but there’s a price; the tattoo starts to take over her entire life. Comforting Skin is a well-acted, slow-burn thriller that is heavy on the creep factor, simmering with both tension and energy. Pot-boiler fans will find something to like about Comforting Skin, and they can find it right here at Vudu.
Magic Magic is about a young woman who goes to Chile to have an adventure with her cousin and a group of her cousin’s friends. Once there, she is subjected to a combination of voodoo hypnosis and sadistic brutality that causes her to slowly lose her mind. This 2013 psychological thriller stars A-listers like Juno Temple, Emily Browning, and Michael Cera, but it still has the feel of a classic B-movie. Check out Magic Magic right here at Crackle.
Borgman is a 2013 Dutch movie about a homeless man who shows up on the doorstep of a well-to-do family, claiming to know them and asking for food and shelter. But this is no normal hobo, and he uses his unique charm and psychic powers to turn the family’s lives upside down. Borgman is the perfect combination of art film and exploitation flick, all wrapped up into a nice little foreign movie package. Watch Borgman here at Popcornflix.
Yongary, Monster from the Deep
All that needs to be known about Yongary, Monster from the Deep is right there in the title; it’s about a monster named Yongary who comes from the deep of the ocean. This 1967 monster movie was made to be the Korean version of Godzilla, and while Yongary, Monster from the Deep hasn’t had nearly the legs of his Japanese counterpart, there’s still plenty of the classic, rubber-monster-smashing-miniature-cities kaiju fun within it. Catch Yongary, Monster from the Deep right here at DailyMotion.
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