New Netflix Horror Movies Update for December 1, 2015

New Netflix Horror Movies Update for December 1, 2015

Netflix released some excellent movies on their VOD service today. We have the full details for each movie listed below along with the cast and directors. Among the list are a lot of horror movies but also some sci-fi films. The list includes Escape from L.A. (1996), The Chosen (2015), AEon Flux (2005), Amnesiac (2015), Darkman (1990), Private Number (2014), Stir of Echoes (1999), Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming (2007), The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (2004).

The Chosen (2015)

Synopsis: When a child-stealing demon attaches itself to a little girl, her family is thrust into a battle against time in order to save the girl and send the demon back to hell.
Cast: Chris Gann, Barbara Goodson, Stefanie Estes, Wiley B. Oscar, Casey James Knight, Brent Alan Henry, Lexi Midmay, Penelope Richards, Lexi Flores, Elizabeth Keener, Angelica Cassidy, Kian Lawley, Angelica Chitwood, Dayna Devon, Mykayla Sohn, Emily Killian, Melissa Navia, Hannah Sohn, Johnny Alexander, Harv Popick
Directors Ben Jehoshua
Genres Horror, Thriller
Year: 2015
Runtime: 88
MPAA Rating: R
Writers: Barry Jay, Ben Jehoshua, Andrew J. Scheppmann
Producers: Max Benator, Joe Dain, Miles Fineburg, Marc Hustvedt, Jim Klock, Peter Schafer
Musicians: Evan Monheit
Editors: Toby Divine

Amnesiac (2014)

Synopsis: The story of a man who wakes up in bed suffering from memory loss after being in an accident, only to begin to suspect that his wife may not be his real wife and that a web of lies and deceit deepen inside the house where he soon finds himself a prisoner.
Cast: Richard Riehle, Wes Bentley, Shashawnee Hall, Patrick Bauchau, Kate Bosworth, Olivia Rose Keegan, Mia Barron, Adam Moryto
Directors Michael Polish
Genres Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Year: 2014
Runtime: 90
MPAA Rating: R
Writers: Mike Le, Amy Kolquist
Producers: Sheena Aquino, Gary Becker, Kate Bosworth, Eric Brenner, Lee Broda, Aleks de Carvalho, Erik Fleming, David Gendron, Lawrence Guterman, Grant Guthrie, Phillip Stewart Halpern, Richard Halpern, Sydney Holland, Lucas Jarach, Michael Kay, Corey Large, Alan Pao, Jacob Pechenik, Gary Preisler, Jason Price, Jeff Rice, Jarod Becker, Charles Arthur Berg, Mike Le
Musicians: Aleks de Carvalho
Editors: Timothy Alverson

Private Number (2014)

Synopsis: A series of cryptic phone messages and visions haunt a writer while he struggles to finish a novel. As they increase in intensity, he loses his grip on reality, eventually obsessing over an old mystery that will lead to horrific revelations about both him and his loyal wife.
Cast: Morgan Peter Brown, Tom Sizemore, Judd Nelson, Jordan James Reyes, Victoria Geil, Kyle T. Heffner, Tim Halpin, Jahmilla Jackson, Hal Ozsan, Anastasia Roussel, Julia Martin, Shary Nassimi, Michelle Martins, Juilie Yakhaman, Eric A. Peterson, Nicholle Tom, Michael Armstrong, Jaime Reborn, Pamela Cashillo, Nancy P. Corbo, Joe Sachem, Osa Danam, Joanna Santiago, Jocelyn Darby, Adele Schroth, Eric Sweeney, Antonio De Lima, Haley Solar, Joel Michaely, Magnus James Hennessy
Directors LazRael Lison
Genres Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Year: 2014
Runtime: 95
MPAA Rating: R
Producers: Tatiana Chekhova, William J. Cox, Grant Gilmore, Travis Huff, Jon Julsrud, Damon Kaylor, Kurt Koller, LazRael Lison, Gary McDonald, Nick Nevinger, Charles Porter, Daniel Rivera, John Rushing, Kristian Van der Heyden
Musicians: Harold Squire
Editors: Daric Gates

Stir of Echoes (1999)

Synopsis: A man is hypnotized at a party by his sister-in law. He soon has visions and dreams of a ghost of a girl. Trying to avoid this, nearly pushes him to brink of insanity as the ghost wants something from him - to find out how she died. The only way he can get his life back is finding out the truth behind her death. The more he digs, the more he lets her in, the shocking truth behind her death puts his whole family in danger.
Cast: Kevin Bacon, Kevin Dunn, Jennifer Morrison, Illeana Douglas, Reese Foster, Christian Stolte, Mike Bacarella, Larry Nazimek, David Buck, Maureen Mendoza, George Ivey, Kevin Scott Greer, Lisa Lewis, Lou Meza, Zachary David Cope, Eddie Bo Smith Jr., Maggie Kimberly, Kathryn Erbe, Hyowon K. Yoo, Eric Raddatz, James Andelin, Conor O'Farrell, Karen Vaccaro, Lusia Strus, Antonio Polk, Stephen Eugene Walker, Rosario Varela, Mary Kay Cook, Duane Sharp, Larry Neumann Jr.
Directors David Koepp
Genres Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Year: 1999
Runtime: 99
MPAA Rating: R
Awards: 3
Writers: Richard Matheson, David Koepp
Producers: Judy Hofflund, Gavin Polone, Michele Weisler
Musicians: James Newton Howard
Editors: Jill Savitt

Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming (2007)

Synopsis: During the invasion of Iraq, the National Guard Commander Ted Cogan sees a van speeding up against his site without respecting the warning plates. He orders his men to fire, and later he discovers that in the van there was an Iraqi family. He tries to save a young girl from the fire, but the vehicle explodes and his group is attacked; he enters in coma severely wounded and his friend and neighbor dies. When Ted recovers, he returns home to meet his family, but he is increasingly haunted by ghosts of dead people, premonitions and guilty complex for the death of the innocent family. He seeks medical support but his financial situation does not allow him to pay for a treatment and the government denies helping him. However, one ghost gives the name of Jake Witzky, who tells him to find out what the spirit demands from him. When his son Max is severely wounded in a car crash where his girlfriend Sammi and their friend Luke die, Ted discovers the wish of justice of the tormented soul and he tries to do the right thing.
Cast: Shawn Roberts, George Buza, Jasmin Geljo, Neil Crone, Tatiana Maslany, Rob Lowe, Bill Lake, Grace Lynn Kung, Greer Kent, Kim Roberts, Mike 'Nug' Nahrgang, Eugene Clark, Krista Sutton, Vik Sahay, Elias Zarou, Zachary Bennett, PJ Lazic, Marnie McPhail, Cristine Prosperi, Jason Mercury, Nicholas Carella, Katya Gardner, Shari Hollett, Lucy Filippone, Mikayla Serena Alpas, Anne Page, Tammy Fitzgerald, Ben Lewis, Colin Williams
Directors Ernie Barbarash
Genres Horror, Thriller
Year: 2007
Runtime: 89
MPAA Rating: R
Producers: Michael Paseornek, Philip Stilman, Claire Welland
Musicians: Norman Orenstein
Editors: Mitch Lackie

Not Horror Related but Good

Escape from L.A. (1996)

Synopsis: The year is 2013 and Snake Plissken is back but this time it's L.A., which through the agency of earthquakes has become an island of the damned. But something has gone wrong in this new moral order, because the President's daughter has absconded to L.A. with a detonation device, and Snake is commandeered to retrieve it. But just below the surface there is a coiled Snake ready to strike.
Cast: Kurt Russell, Bruce Campbell, Thomas Rosales Jr., Peter Jason, Pam Grier, Leland Orser, Steve Buscemi, Al Leong, Robert Carradine, Jeff Imada, Leo Lee, Stacy Keach, Peter Fonda, Bojesse Christopher, James Lew, Breckin Meyer, Isaac Hayes, Paul Bartel, Cliff Robertson, Stuart Quan, A.J. Langer, Greg Anthony, Ina Romeo, Deirdre O'Brien, Kathleen Blanchard, Wyatt Russell, Gabriel Castillo, Curtis Newman, Mike Dawson, William Peña
Directors John Carpenter
Genres Thriller, Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure
Year: 1996
Runtime: 101
MPAA Rating: R
Nominations: 2
Writers: John Carpenter, Nick Castle
Producers: Debra Hill, Kurt Russell
Musicians: John Carpenter, Shirley Walker
Editors: Edward A. Warschilka

Æon Flux (2005)

Synopsis: 400 years in the future, set in the year 2415, Aeon Flux is a mysterious assassin. Four centuries after a virus nearly annihilated the human race, leaving only five million survivors in a utopian city called Bregna. Aeon is struggling to destroy the Goodchild regime led by its namesake, Trevor Goodchild, the ruler of Bregna and a descendant of the man who found a cure for the deadly virus. As instructed by the Handler, Aeon is assigned to assassinate Goodchild, but there are deeper secrets to be discovered, and conspiracies to be foiled.
Cast: Charlize Theron, Marton Csokas, Pete Postlethwaite, Jonny Lee Miller, Anatole Taubman, Michael Pink, William Morts, Wolfgang Stegemann, Frances McDormand, Megan Gay, Claudine Biswas, Stuart Townsend, Sophie Okonedo, Narges Rashidi, Amelia Warner, Caroline Chikezie, Yangzom Brauen, Claudine Biswas-MacKenzie, Clio Burggraeve, Tamara Röhl, Weijian Liu, Milton Welsh, Alexander Flache, Claas Würfel, Maverick Quek, Phil Hay, Lilja Loeffler, Jannik Büddig, Ralph Herforth, Nils Dommning
Directors Karyn Kusama
Genres Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi, Action, Mystery, Adventure
Year: 2005
Runtime: 93
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Nominations: 4
Writers: Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi, Peter Chung
Producers: David Gale, Gregory Goodman, Martha Griffin, Gale Anne Hurd, Gary Lucchesi, Henning Molfenter, Tom Rosenberg, Van Toffler, Charlie Woebcken
Musicians: Graeme Revell
Editors: Jeff Gullo, Peter Honess, Plummy Tucker

Darkman (1990)

Synopsis: Peyton Westlake is a scientist who has discovered a way to produce synthetic skin. This could revolutionise skin grafting, except for one minor glitch; the synthetic skin degrades after 100 minutes of exposure to light. When gangsters attack Peyton, he is horrifically burnt, and assumed dead. In his quest for revenge, Peyton, aka the Darkman, is able to take on the appearance of anyone (using the synthetic skin,) but he only has 100 minutes per disguise.
Cast: Ted Raimi, Bruce Campbell, Scott Spiegel, Aaron Lustig, Liam Neeson, Jenny Agutter, John Landis, Tony Gardner, Bridget Hoffman, Christopher Doyle, Josh Becker, Dan Hicks, Craig Hosking, Said Faraj, Nicholas Worth, Nathan Jung, Larry Drake, Neal McDonough, Frances McDormand, Andy Bale, Dan Bell, Arsenio 'Sonny' Trinidad, Professor Toru Tanaka, William Lustig, Frank Noon, Philip A. Gillis, Colin Friels, Nelson Mashita, Jessie Lawrence Ferguson, John Cameron
Directors Sam Raimi
Genres Thriller, Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy, Crime
Year: 1990
Runtime: 96
MPAA Rating: R
Awards: 3
Nominations: 8
Writers: Sam Raimi, Chuck Pfarrer
Producers: Sean Daniel, Daryl Kass, Rob Tapert
Musicians: Danny Elfman
Editors: Bud S. Smith, David Stiven

The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (2004)

Synopsis: This story opens with the new action hero and the two other survivors of Pitch Black already caught by a giant spaceship filled with dread. The sinewy leader has a unique--and creepy--jail for master villains and she has her sights set on Riddick. And Jack as they cross paths with a ship of body hunters and are brought on board. The captain of the ship, Chillingsworth has an interesting hobby - she captures wanted criminals and makes living statues of them.
Cast: Vin Diesel, Roger Jackson, Keith David, Julia Fletcher, Rick Gomez, Dwight Schultz, Nick Chinlund, Hedy Burress, Tress MacNeille, Andrew Philpot, Rhiana Griffith, Sarge
Directors Peter Chung
Genres Sci-Fi, Action, Animation, Short
Year: 2004
Runtime: 35
MPAA Rating: R
Writers: David Twohy, Brett Matthews, Ken Wheat
Producers: John Kafka, Jae Y. Moh
Musicians: Tobias Enhus, Machine Head, Christopher Mann
Editors: Ken Solomon