Netflix Canada actually has a great selection of horror films. It's normal to be overwhelmed with choice and needing a little helpful tip to know where to start. The following list is made up of certified fresh selection of the scary movie sphere on Netflix.
Whether you're into classic slasher films, suspenseful thrillers, or thought-provoking psychological thrillers - there's a little something to float everyone's boat.
Why you should watch it: Released in 2002, this horror movie follows the ultimate thriller movie trope. A bunch of sexy teens rents a cabin in the forest for a weekend of fun, but fun definitely does not follow.
Why you should watch it: If your goal in watching horror films is to be disturbed to the bone, then The Human Centipede films are for you. The second part of this three-part story follows lonely and deranged Dr. Heiter who sets out to realize his twisted medical fantasy of creating a 12-person human creature. *shudder*
Why you should watch it: Based on a novel by Stephan King, this 2017 suspense thriller follows a couple that tries to spice up things up in the bedroom. A worse case scenario situation unfolds as her husband dies mid-act. Stranded and handcuffed to her bed in a remote country home, a woman must fight for her life.
Why you should watch it: Like a proper slasher film, the story starts off with sunshine and rainbows when the protagonist's family set off on a celebratory weekend get-away. Well, you can only guess what happens next.
Why you should watch it: This is a familiar psychological thriller storyline: what happens when a bunch of strangers suddenly find themselves held captive against their will. Confused, stripped of their freedom and pitted against one another - yes, people will die.
Why you should watch it: If you're into slow build-ups and chilling metaphors for the fragility of the human mind, The Babadook is for you. In the spirit of the classic psychological thrillers like The Shining and Rosemary's Baby, The Babadook follows a widowed woman dealing with her son's degrading mental health after the loss of his father and her husband.
While there are a million and one spots to enjoy a 5 à 7 in the city, not everywhere does happy hour quite like this Montreal restaurant in the Village.
Resto Keela serves $6 drinks from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., including house draft beer, house red or white wine, and speed rail mixed drinks, which is a choice of vodka, rye, rum, or gin — a pretty hard drink deal to beat.
As for food, you can go every week and try a different $6 dish at happy hour. "The $6 bites change from week to week but we always offer 3-5 options," owners Kristin Murphy and Johnny Hamilton told MTL Blog.
I went on September 10 and got to try green beans with a cashew romesco sauce and feta crumble, chorizo sausage, chicken Kaarage with kimchi cucumbers, and organic cherry tomato salad with blue cheese. And I kid you not when I say these dishes all take your taste buds on a culinary trip to heaven.
Keela's full menu is also filled with tons of unique dishes for you to try. The celery root carpaccio is hands down my favourite.
Every Friday night, you can hear the sweet voice of Bud Rice sing live at the restaurant.