These movies are rated well by critics. However, regular audiences found that these movies were terrible, leading to a label of being "overrated."
Comedian and actress Jenny Slate's first Netflix original comedy special Stage Fright gives the audience an inside look at the comedian's world. Interspersed within her hilarious stand-up set, Jenny shares personal clips of her childhood and interviews with her family in an intimate look at her life. Launching globally on October 22, Jenny overcomes her stage fright while telling stories about her visit to a midnight Catholic Mass and the ghosts that haunted her childhood home.
High school best friends and science prodigies C.J. and Sebastian spend every spare minute working on their latest homemade invention: backpacks that enable time travel. But when C.J.'s older brother Calvin dies after an encounter with police officers, the young duo decide to put their unfinished tech to use in a desperate bid to save Calvin.
From the creator of the horror mega franchise Final Destination comes a new sinister tale of death and demons. With the unexpected passing of his father, Aaron tries to come to terms with his grief while supporting his devastated mother. Sifting through his father's belongings, Aaron comes upon an Urn that is far more than it seems.
It's Christmas Day and the Milgram family wake to find a mysterious black substance surrounding their house. Something monumental is clearly happening right outside their door, but what exactly -- an industrial accident, a terrorist attack, nuclear war? Descending into terrified arguments, they turn on the television, desperate for any information. On screen a message glows ominously: 'Stay Indoors and Await Further Instructions'.
Powered teens Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl, Quake, Patriot, America Chavez, and Inferno join forces as an unlikely, but formidable, crew of aspiring heroes.
A retro-cool blast from the day-glo 1980s past, Beyond the Gates zaps viewers back to a time when VHS ruled, video stores were meccas for horror fans, and shocks came with a healthy dose of schlock. In the wake of their father's mysterious disappearance, two estranged brothers--responsible Gordon (Graham Skipper) and reckless John (Chase Williamson)--reunite to sift through the contents of his stubbornly anachronistic VHS rental store.
After a bizarre sexual encounter with a ghost, a twenty-something woman (Lindsay Burdge) begins experiencing inexplicable changes in her body. Harrison Atkins directs this supernatural horror-comedy, which received its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.
Young Romanian woman Elena arrives in the Danish countryside to work as a housekeeper for a recovering Louise and her husband Kasper. It's an eerie feeling, being deep in a dense forest, far away from modern life. Especially since the isolated house is still and somber without electricity, according to Louise's wishes. Elena adjusts quickly to her new routine of household chores, tending to chickens and helping fragile Louise.
A weapons runner for a Mexican cartel kidnaps an ATF agent who was trying to catch him and decides to take the agent to his bosses, but the two form an unusual bond during the long journey to their destination.
After their isolated house is destroyed by a wildfire, John (Paul Higgins) and Karen (Kate Dickie) take refuge in the nearby forest and eke out a feral existence, staying away from the villagers in the valley below. As the couple's backstory unfolds, the reasons for their self-imposed isolation and their deep grief become apparent.