Tubi TV Horrors Part IV!
In this series, Kelly takes you through the diversity of horror films that you can find on the free streaming service, Tubi TV.
1) Sorority Row (2009)
A Millennium Horror! This is full of boobs, horror tropes, and is at times quite predictable, but it's highly entertaining. I have revisited this a few times since I first watched it! The kills are pretty brutal and inventive, too, so that's perfect AND with a tricked out tire iron - love it. Carrie Fisher makes an appearance and eventually wields a shotgun, so I am here for that. I haven’t yet seen the original, but this remake is chock full of fun!
2) Nightmare Beach (1988)
This movie was an absolute riot! It was silly with a lot of things not really making sense, but it was so damn fun to watch. Not to mention the amazing hard rock and hair metal soundtrack. I highly recommend watching Nightmare Beach with a fistful of beers! Another wonderful 80s flick for the win on Tubi TV.
3) Body Melt (1993)
Experimental drugs go awry with a lot of goop. = Body Melt! Though light on the horror, this movie is gross, wacky, peculiar and yet so entertaining. The practical effects are fantastic! If you like gross out effects like The Evil Dead (1981) or Dead Alive (1992), then check this one out.
4) Bit (2019)
Though June is all about this film, I had to add it to the Tubi TV horror list because it deserves everyone to watch it! Shit yea, more awesome vampire movies! This indie gem would pair well with Bliss (2019) in a double feature night, folks. It's music isn’t my style, but I think it fits well with the film, as it's quite hip/fresh/modern. I wanna join an all female, feminist vampire group! Great film, I recommend it, and I hope you enjoy our episode on it as well.
5) Blue My Mind (2017)
This was a very emotional, coming of age film filled with body horror. It's more subtle than movies like Raw (2018) or Ginger Snaps (2000), but still very effective. It's quick to get into the transformation process, but it slowly bleeds into the rest of the movie making for a pretty compelling watch. I was very moved by the queer story and friendship with the teens. I cried, which is very hard to invoke in me. I strongly recommend this one! This would pair well with Thale (2012) or The Lure (2015).