A few years ago, I saw a horror film called Rabies, and it ended up being one of my favorite horror movies of the year. I also went on to sing ts praises on BloodyDisgusting, among many other sites. It was a film written and directed by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado. What is noteworthy about Rabies (besides how utterly original and unconventional it is) was the fact that was the first Israeli horror film ever made. Pretty cool, right? I often call Rabies the Pulp Fiction of horror films. The way it intertwines different lives and stories into one. The way it uses humor at very strange opportunities to ease the violence and tension. If I had to pick a “Top 20 Best Horror Films I Have Ever Seen”, Rabies would make the list. You take the ride, but have no idea where it is going until the film stops and your jaw drops. Well, last year Quentin Tarantino called Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado’s follow-up movie, Big Bad Wolves, the best movie of 2013. Last night I watched it, and can agree on all fronts with Mr. Tarantino. This is some other-worldly film making. A dark (sometimes funny and sometimes cruel) ride that will leave you aghast in the best way possible. You need to stop what you are doing right now and watch Big Bad Wolves on Netflix. I will now tell you why….