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  • Welcome to Amazon Primer.

  • Scary Movies for beginners.

  • You probably clicked on this video because you're a huge fraidy cat that can't watch a horror movie made for Children without peeing your pants.

  • By the end of this marathon, you'll walk away with the knowledge, guts and bladder control to jump into four new Blumhouse movies coming to Amazon Prime Video Just in time for spooky season Is there anything on your mind?

  • Troubling thoughts?

  • Remember, you just say to yourself, I run my mind.

  • It does not run.

  • Say it with E.

  • Run my mind.

  • It doesn't run me if you're in positive.

  • I run my mind nervous.

  • It doesn't run.

  • Everyone thinks you're crazy.

  • E Run my mind.

  • Positive E.

  • This is scary movies for beginners on Amazon Prime Video.

  • Let's dip our toes in the water with Drew Goddard's 2012 horror satire The Cabin in the Woods Way Have a Winner.

  • It's the fucking Ladies and Gentlemen.

  • Fucking Philadelphia cabin in the woods follows a group of college students taking a weekend trip out to a deserted cabin in the forest.

  • It quickly becomes clear that their trip is being manipulated by a mysterious lab of underground technicians dedicated to killing the group in a bizarre ritual involving classic horror movie tropes.

  • That's not fair.

  • I had zombies, too.

  • Yes, you did.

  • Yes, you had zombies.

  • But this is zombie redneck torture families.

  • They're entirely separate species.

  • It's basically a meta narrative poking fun at the genre.

  • This movie is really fun just for its sheer volume of references alone.

  • It's delightful for both horror Nubes and experts alike.

  • Yeah, or it report, I think.

  • I don't know.

  • Fuck you!

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  • Fuck Cabin in the woods was Drew Goddard's directorial debut who also wrote Cloverfield the screenplay for the Martian and went on to create Daredevil.

  • I give this 11 out of five giant, invisible force fields.

  • Not really scary it all away.

  • Yeah.

  • Next check out a classic Dracula movie with Verner Herzog's 1979 film Nosferatu The Vampire.

  • We follow Jonathan Harker, a real estate agent in Wismar, Germany, with a nice house and a sweet wife.

  • Lucy.

  • Everything is going fine until one day his crazy boss sends him all the way out to Transylvania to close a deal with an interested buyer.

  • Count Dracula, played by longtime Herzog collaborator Klaus Kinski.

  • Count Dracula turns out to be kind of a creeper, and he travels all the way to Wismar so he can turn Parker's wife, spread the bubonic plague and do other normal vampire stuff.

  • Kinski is performances.

  • Dracula ranges from creepy, intimidating, too creepy, pathetic, and I'm really into it.

  • Can you imagine enduring centuries, experiencing each day the same futile things?

  • Nosferatu The Vampire was directed by the O.

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  • Verner Herzog, who started work on the film the same day Count Dracula became public domain.

  • This guy's entire filmography slaps with highlights such as Fitzcarraldo, Grizzly Man, Bad Lieutenant, Port of Call, New Orleans as well as a minor role on The Man DeLorean, to name just a few e Give Nosferatu the Vampire two out of five side Dracula's creepy but not scary Let's hit another classic horror sub genre with the granddaddy of all zombie movies.

  • George Romero's Night of the Living Dead.

  • Oh hmm, who The Night of the Living Dead follows a group of strangers trying to ride out the zombie apocalypse together on a farm in the middle of nowhere.

  • Pennsylvania.

  • Butler County sheriff has verified that reports of murder victims being partially eaten by their slayers is true.

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  • What follows is the creation of every single zombie movie trope you've ever seen.

  • You've got your protagonist, who just wants to get out of this alive.

  • The naive but helpful guy, the guy who is clearly going to betray you, the person stupidly protecting their family member that has been bitten, the iconic zombie arms bursting through the window bit.

  • This movie did it all.

  • It's also a pretty timeless narrative about the breakdown of social order in the face of a mysterious pandemic that prevents us from seeing one another's humanity.

  • For me, the scariest part of Night of the Living Dead is that the zombies and it seemed really good with tools and trying to use door knobs.

  • We're basically no better than them.

  • At that point.

  • Night of the Living Dead was directed by horror genius George Romero, whose legendary career spans four decades.

  • He followed up Night of the Living Dead with more horror classics like Dawn of the Dead Day of the Dead and Martin.

  • I give this 13 out of five zombie hands pawing at you from a broken window.

  • I think you're ready for our next film.

  • It's the 2019 Pagan Mind movie Midsummer.

  • Okay, stop!

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah!

  • Midsummer Stars Florence Pugh as college student Danny, whose sister kills herself and their parents at the very beginning of the film.

  • Yikes!

  • To get over a loss, Danny decides to join her anthropology major boyfriend, Christian, and his classmates on their trip to a remote Nordic pagan community to observe their once every 90 years midsummer ritual.

  • As it turns out, pagans go really hard and all the sunshine and psychedelic drugs soon give way to terror.

  • Good beyond the immediate scary stuff, there's something deeply unnerve ing about the way the camera so precisely captures all of the unexplained rituals.

  • It's like they're part of some larger system that outsiders can't perceive or comprehend until it's too late.

  • Midsummer was directed by Ari Aster, who has said that he considers the film closer to a fairy tale than a horror movie.

  • Then again, this guy makes terrifying films like hereditary for a living, so I think his standards for what's scary are way higher than mine.

  • I give this 14 out of five.

  • Florence Pugh's bawling her eyes out in a billowy flower dress.

  • Yeah, strap in for our last pick.

  • It's Luca Guarani knows 2018.

  • Amazon Original Suspiria.

  • What for what?

  • Oh, yeah, a remake of Dario Argento does 1977 all time classic Suspiria follows Dakota Johnson as young American dancer Susie, who's moved to Berlin to join the all Girls dance School of her Dreams.

  • There's just one catch.

  • The company is run by a bunch of old German witches, and the girls keep mysteriously vanishing.

  • Rounding out the Cast Army, a Goths and Chloe Grace Moretz as fellow students until the Swinton in three separate roles, including which he dance instructor Miss Blanc.

  • Starting right Now.

  • Okay, the peace will be called Vida Othman Open again, Honey, what really stands out to me about this movie is the body horror.

  • Take a look at the way the edit and the sound design are used to depict this creepy psychic link between all the people in the school, the building itself and the evil that lurks underneath Amazon.

  • Suspiria was directed by Luca Guadagnino, one of the most prominent stylists working in Hollywood today, he's best known for his uber sensual desire trilogy, including I Am Love.

  • A Bigger Splash and Call Me By Your Name.

  • His take on Suspiria freaked me the fuck out.

  • Five out of five.

  • Would you told us.

  • Yeah, yeah, Don't blink.

  • Always be streaming.

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