The Beyond should have been on my Netflix treasure’s lists. But it deserves more than that.
Netflix treasure list is a list that I made with all the films on… Netflix that haven’t been promoted but totally worth the time spent viewing them. I’ve been in the position (and heard so many others) that I was spending more time on what to watch on Netflix than actually watching something.
And then, when you think you found something (that can at least put you through sleep), you’ll be more disappointed than a kid on the Christmas morning realizing Santa skipped him.
So, to spare you the trouble, I have put together a list that I will constantly update. Now, bear in mind, some movies might not be available in your country. And, by the time you’re getting to my list, some movies could have been excluded.
That’s a risk but, fortunately, you can easily find someplace where you can watch it for a small fee. Maybe that’s a service that Netflix could provide, movies on demand. For sure they should improve their algorithm to suggest an promote better movies.
The Beyond stands in the ScyFy category and was a lucky bet I took. It’s some sort of independent film with a lot of special effects, those kinds of special effects that only in today’s day and edge could have made it possible. On a budget, of course.
After doing a quick Google search on the director (Hasraf Dulull), I was able to find that he’s a visual effects expert, certified by Adobe.
I didn’t find this movie anywhere less intriguing than Contact or Interstellar.