The city-folk-tormented-by-disgruntled-mountain-folk genre peaked in 1972, with The Exorcist II director John Boorman's grisly "vacation" movie. Jon Voight, Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, and Ronny Cox venture to rural Georgia for a canoe trip, only to find themselves plagued by nature and nature-dwellers.
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Will Kathy Bates turn out to be a cosplaying hillbilly or a puritanical psycho transported from the Lost Colony of Roanoke? We'll have to wait and see, but in the meantime, watch this moody slow-burn horror movie set in the early 17th century, when oppressive religion and witchcraft went hand in hand. If you think the animal-headed freaks on this season of AHS are spooky, wait until you meet Black Phillip, a Puritan family's goat who may or may not be the physical manifestation of Satan.
Where to watch: Stream on Amazon Video; rent on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, and VOD