Realms of Terror: Dark Science Fiction 2019

These are 100 of the best dark science fiction movies, in order of preference. How many have you seen? Reviews and ratings by horror host Steve Hutchison are included.

Night of Something Strange

Teenage friends get unexpectedly detoured to an isolated motel where a deadly supernatural STD virus runs rampant.
Kinky
Slapstick Gore
Feel-Good
So Bad It's Good

 

United States
Canada
2016
Feature Film
Realism: 
Supernatural
Character Focus: 
Zombie Film
Catastrophes: 
Crash
6
Blood, sweat, and pubes.
7.04
4
7.04
6
3
3
3
Effects
Pace
Plot
Angry serial-molesting zombies, how about that? I’m surprised this film doesn’t have a better reputation. It isn’t Cabin Fever, but it’s not far off. It starts off the way most teen horror flicks do, and, in the end, all it wants is to gross you out. Sperm, poop, puke, menstrual blood, regular blood; you get it all, and no, this film probably won’t win an Oscar.
The comedy works half the time, but when it does, it hits hard. The bodily fluid jokes are particularly funny. Actually, most jokes are about human secretion. You kind of need the state of mind of a fifteen-year-old to really appreciate Night of Something Strange, or to be dazed, somehow. This film is politically incorrect, so make sure you’re not easily triggered.
This is the story of a supernatural STD that turns people into zombies. It just so happens that the protagonists have one thing on their minds: sex. It all takes place in a crappy motel. The various character arcs, however thin, are compartmentalized and feel like segments. The low budget is problematic at first, but you won’t mind so much once you start pissing your pants.
Alternate Titles: 
Night of the STD's
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