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Critically Acclaimed Cannibal Film ‘Raw’ Just Landed on Netflix!

This month is a great one for horror on Netflix, kicking off with yesterday’s streaming release of brand new sequel Cult of Chucky – we must again warn you that the version on Netflix is Rated, and does NOT include the awesome post-credits scene.

In the wake of the new Child’s Play film comes one of this year’s most acclaimed horror movies, Julia Ducournau‘s Raw, also now available on Netflix!

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Brad, like most who have seen Raw, was a huge fan of the film, writing in his review that it’s “riveting, tense and absolutely stunning.” He continued, “This cannibal flick is timeless and will connect with young horror fans for years to come, making it an instant classic and possible all-time great.”

In Raw

Garance Marillier portrays the teenaged Justine, who commences her studies at veterinary school to follow in her family members’ footsteps. Raised as a vegetarian, Justine is pressured at school to try meat for the first time. Once she does, she plumbs both the depths of her own soul and tests the limits of her darkest cravings.

Don’t miss this one!



  • Jordan KO

    Raw is just a French film with a few gross scenes, do not believe the hype.

  • Shay Lauderdale

    I am just glad that I waited to see it. Netflix is coming through with the horror this month. I kept putting off renting this hoping that it would show up soon. They also added other good foreign horror. I so wish we had a streaming service for international films. I love foreign horror, but it is super hard to find any of the films. They also add the Australian movie Boys in Trees, Veronica, & Madre….. I finally got to see A Dark Song, & it was really good. I am also looking forward to Cult of Chucky & the Babysitter (looks great but such a generic movie title). And the so bad it might be good Don’t Kill It (I tried to watch this but the sex scene towards the beginning turned me off)…
    One of the worst movies though that I must warn about was the Bad Batch. It was truly just awful from start to finish.
    I do suggest for Halloween: Gerald’s Game, The Windmill, Beyond the Gates, Shelley, Under the Shadow, Dark Signal, The Void, House on Willow St, Transfiguration, Dig 2 Graves, Hellions. There are a ton of other great horror movies on Netflix but the list would just be super long……

    • MrX13

      Great list to share! The ones I really like were: Gerald’s Game, The Windmill, Beyond the Gates, The Void, House on Willow St, and Hellions. Transfiguration, I was disappointed on. It was too slow and was a let down for me. But for the others, I haven’t seen them. Some don’t look appealing to me.

      Raw, Bad Batch, The Babysitter, Don’t Kill It and Cult-Chucky are ones on my list to watch this week. So I am looking forward to those.

    • david

      Shay have you checked out Shudder? It’s a streaming service that focuses only on horror and thriller films. They also have a lot of international horror films.

      • Shay Lauderdale

        I looked at it & thought about joining. I have been weighing my options with it. I looked at the movies on there awhile back & I had seen most of them. I wanted to wait also to see if they added more foreign movies that I wanted to see. Thanks for the suggestion

        • 1EyeJack

          One of the best horror movies I’ve seen on Netflix (although it’s been a while so I’m uncertain if it’s still streaming) is The Canal. Def check it out!

          • Shay Lauderdale

            Yes, I saw it a long time ago. I loved the ending. Great movie & the acting was so realistic.

  • Carl Chrystan

    If this film has taught me one thing, it’s that veterinarians in France have a harder time in training than Navy Seals!

  • One of the best movies of this year. In my opinion it should be nominated for best foreign movie category.

  • MrX13

    Have that on my list to watch this weekend! Been wanting to see this for some time now

  • Thanks for the heads-up! I’ve been meaning to watch this.

  • Necro

    I’ve heard good and bad about ‘Raw’ so I’ll be watching it very soon.

  • Jay Bennett

    One of my favourite horrors this year.

  • Eric

    The French are miles ahead in terms of horror. Hollywood should watch how it’s done.

  • AdamX

    Another one joins the queue…

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