Spooky Staff Streaming Selects

Allow our staff – or at least, their favorite scary films – to frighten you this Halloween season.

CORALINE

“She’s a peach, she’s a doll, she’s a pal of mine! Based on a Neil Gaiman book, this is a film about choosing between a boring life, and a far too interesting one. Gorgeous stop motion animation. Pretty scary; it’s rated PG but I’d recommend for ages 10 and up.”–Leslie Means, Marketing Coordinator

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A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT

“If you missed it the first time around, run don’t walk to your nearest streaming service and check out this Iranian-American vampire western film. Shot in LA made to look like Tehran, with nostalgic sensibilities toward noir films and post-Shah underground Iranian culture, this film leaves its mark.” –Davey Davis, Film Program Manager

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KURONEKO

“This mysterious film, named after a black cat, is one of my favorites from the Japanese New Wave era. Director Kaneto Shindo masterfully paints a powerful portrait of violence, vengeance, and love into a samurai epic that seems much more modern than its 1968 release date. Eternally hypnotic.” –Russell Roots, User Experience Manager

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AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON

” ‘Stay on the road. Keep clear of the moors.’ A revisit to The Slaughtered Lamb and this 1981 horror classic is well worth the time. Featuring one of the the greatest opening scenes in film history and the most gruesome werewolf transformations by the incredible Rick Baker. ‘Beware the moon, lads.’ “–Jeff Horne, Data Analyst Manager

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