I enjoy the occasional horror movie, but I watched all the ones that I wanted to see on Amazon Prime and Netflix. I really like a good horror movie, but I am pretty picky about what horror movies I watch since so many of them are so bad. I just subscribed to the Shudder channel because they are streaming a handful that I am interested in. I will probably burn through everything I want to watch pretty quickly. Anyway, I figure I would just use this thread to let people know what movies I liked and what to stay away from on Shudder.\n\nThe first movie I just watched was called 'The Cleansing Hour.' It is about a live streaming web show that purports to show real exorcisms. However, they are all staged for the cynical producer and star in order to make money. This being a horror movie, you can guess what happens next: their latest broadcast ends up involving a genuine demonic possession that takes them by surprise. I don't generally like the possession subgenre (with a few exceptions), but I thought the premise for this one could be fun. I actually enjoyed this film because it didn't take itself too seriously. In fact, it was pretty comedic and had some real laughs. The jokes aren't in-your-face comedy but rather comes from the clash between jaded internet culture with flaky LA characters against a real demonic possession. I think it functioned pretty well as a horror-comedy and is worth checking out of the premise sounds appealing to you. \n\n'The Cleansing Hour' reminded me of a pretty good possession movie called 'The Last Exorcism' which was a found footage movie about a similarly fraudulent exorcist-practicing pastor who unexpectedly comes up against a real possession. 'The Last Exorcism' was not comedic though, and very different in tone if not in story when compared to 'The Cleansing Hour.' As I said before, I don't really care about possession movies, as I find them tediously bound by the cliches established by 'The Exorcist,' the first and by far best of them. What I liked about 'The Last Exorcism' was the character arc of the fraud priest. I thought the performance was terrific and was actually affecting by the end of the film, even though the rest of the movie was a bit generic for horror movies but not badly made. Horror fans should definitely check out 'The Last Exorcist' if they get a chance. It would make an interesting double bill with 'The Cleansing Hour' although I don't know where 'The Last Exorcist' would be streaming from if it is hosted on any streaming service.