New Netflix Instant for Nov 30th, 2011

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Lots of movies from the 1980s this week, and surprising given the holiday season, lots of horror films. I can’t really comment on them as I haven’t seen very many.

  • Heathers (1989) Heathers was pretty ground-breaking in it’s day, and sometimes someone who watches it this many years later won’t recognize that fact because so much of it has become cliche. Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.
  • Scarface (1983) The Classic with Al Pacino directed by Brian De Palma. “Say hello to my little friend!” Now on Blu-ray for only 12.99!
  • Life After Django Reinhardt (2010) is a new documentary, but about an old guitarist. If you love guitar, you need to check it out. Instant only.
  • Reel Injun (2009) Another new documentary about how Indians aka Native Americans have been treated in Hollywood. Guess what, sometimes Hollywood is inaccurate.
  • Stephen King’s Children of the Corn (1984)
  • C.H.U.D. (1984) Homeless people become “Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers” – C.H.U.D.
  • House (1986) It’s got Richard Moll.
  • House II: The Second Story (1987) Clever name, but I bet that’s about all that is.
  • Creepshow 2 (1987) George Kennedy? Dorothy Lamour? Are you kidding me?
  • Transylvania 6-5000 (1985) A classic! of sorts.
  • Dead Heat (1988) Treat Williams, Joe Piscopo, Darren McGavin, and Vincent Price. Don’t expect too much.
  • Return to Horror High (1987) George Clooney and Maureen McCormick.
  • The Vineyard (1989) James Hong (you’ll definitely know him when you see him, even my kids name him when we’re watching an old TV show, and he’s a guest star in EVERY old TV show) and a magic potion. Instant only.


5 thoughts on “New Netflix Instant for Nov 30th, 2011

    1. Oh my yes. We just got family pictures and I can’t believe how much gray (I’ll call it “silver”) hair I’ve got. At least my wife says I’m like Sean Connery and get better looking as I get older. đŸ˜‰


  1. I would LOVE to see Life After Django Reinhardt. He was amazing! Funny it’s not even listed at IMDb… Do you remember if John Jorgenson was in it at all? He has played Django in at least one movie and his main musical style now is gypsy jazz.


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