You still have time to enjoy these two productions. Both are harrowing tales that blend frightening situations with picturesque atmospheres.
Who warned of forewarned. On July 12 they left Netflix Two films that perfectly blend horror and science fiction that you shouldn’t miss: cubic s let me out (get out). We’re used to walking the streaming platform’s catalog out of hundreds of titles without knowing which one to pick, but this weekend you can go with a specific goal. Seize the opportunity not to miss the opportunity to book a double session for the best cinema from your living room.
cubic It is a classic sci-fi game with hints of horror. If you are a fan of the genre, you may have already seen this 1997 movie directed by Vincenzo Natali on more than one occasion. Over the years it has become a true cult movie thanks to its original premise.
The story begins when a man wakes up in an empty room. There is nothing around it and each of its walls has an opening through which to exit. Without many other options, one of the doors opens and enters an orange room. Upon reaching it, the trap jumps and is immediately cut into pieces. This is how the cube works, you have to jump from room to room trying to get out of this strange structure alive. If it looks like apertureYou’re right, they are two very similar movies, so if you like one, feel free to see the other.
Let Me Out (2017)
The other movie leaving the streaming platform catalog is something more recent. let me out In its original title Get outIt premiered in 2017 under the direction of Jordan Peele, a character who has done a lot to change the horror genre in recent years. On let me out It tells the story of Chris, a young man who travels to meet his girlfriend’s family. Everyone is very friendly at first, but it won’t take long for the dirty laundry to come out. As the weekend progresses, you’ll make some disturbing discoveries that will lead you to a truth you never could have imagined.
The word that characterizes this movie is, no doubt, annoying. It was a real surprise at the film’s premiere, winning the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and opening the debate as to why there are so few Oscar-nominated horror films.