Three disturbing movies that went unnoticed in streaming for a weekend in darkness

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It is clear that the better the less time you spend in the sun, the more chances there are of surviving the weekend. So since you’re going to be with the blinds down and in the coolest corner of the house, here are three movies to enjoy in low light: morgue paranormal, a story of historical cannibalism, and a dystopia gone wrong. Let others be placed in the rechichero.

Corpse

In English, this film bears the most explicit title of ‘The Possession of Hannah Grace’, and already warns of where the shots are going: a policewoman recently out of rehabilitation enters the night shift at the mortuary, and there she has to watch the body of a girl who has entered dead under mysterious circumstances. As it is easy to deduce: for an exorcism that went wrong. Mixing religious terror with the oppressive and disturbing atmosphere of the morgue, this film is not only perfect if you are looking for scares and macabre aesthetics, but also makes a curious proposal of psychological horror that goes beyond its initial proposal.

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ravenous

After some time missing from streaming platforms, this semi-unknown wonder by Antonia Bird reappears on Disney+, telling a fascinating story that combines two real events: the Colorado cannibal and the Donner Expedition. We will meet an expedition in the still wild America of the 19th century, which runs into an extreme case of cannibalism. With a bizarre sense of humor (watch out for Damon Albarn’s massive soundtrack) and a very twisted message about the dark side of civilization, this sinister hungry Western is the exact opposite of what you’d expect.

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After the Dark

Curious mix of pseudodystopian adolescent fiction and sociological essay, with the story of a philosophy professor who presents a challenge to his class: choose a group among them to send to an underground shelter during a nuclear holocaust so that the human species be reborn again. Soon the situation unleashed tensions, in a film halfway between ‘La ola’ and a typical post-apocalyptic film, which was in the Official Section of the 2013 Sitges Festival.

It is clear that the better the less time you spend in the sun, the more chances there are of…

It is clear that the better the less time you spend in the sun, the more chances there are of…

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