Even though we have Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Shudder; it has become harder and harder to find something really good to watch much less to find a good series of horror movies to binge watch. That is why I am starting this weekly feature. If you have a horror movie binge watch list of your own that you would like to submit than message me with it.
This week my recommendation is a triple feature of horror from writer and director Marcus Dunstan. Marcus Dunstan is known as the writer for many of the movies in the Saw franchise including Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, and Saw 3D: The Final Chapter. But it’s 3 of his movies that he wrote and direct that I highly recommend for this week’s horror binge lot list.
The Neighbour (2016)
Not to be confused with the Seth Rogen’s comedy Neighbors, The Neighbour is a 2016 horror film starring Josh Stewart, Alex Essoe, and Bill Engvall. The casting of Bill Engvall as the bad guy in the movie was brilliant as he gives a great performance.
John (Josh Stewart) and girlfriend Rosie (Alex Essoe) live in a rural home in Cutter Mississippi. The couple participate in some type of illegal activities involving picking up cash and changing license plates on cards. Rosie suddenly disappears and John thinks the neighbor, Troy (Bill Engvall) has something to do with it.
The Collector (2009)
The Collector is a 2009 horror film also starring Josh Stewart as Arkin. Arkin is a construction worker that also likes to break into houses after working hours. Arkin visits a home after hours to burglarize it. After he gets into the house, he realizes that the family is still in the home and they are being hunted by a serial killer called The Collector. The Collector collects human beings that he likes and kills the rest. The question becomes who will he choose to be part of his collection?
The Collection (2012)
The Collection also stars Josh Stewart as Arkin again. I guess I could have called this the Josh Stewart horror binge list. But Josh Stewart tends to work a lot with Marcus Dunston. In this film, we get a chance to get a look at where The Collector keeps his collection of humans and what he does with the collection. I don’t want to give away too much so I won’t say more.