Top 10 awesome movies like Last American Horror Show that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Last American Horror Show and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of Michael S. Rodriguez, Arch Hall Jr. and Darrell Lewis . Here goes the list -

  1. Carts
  2. Two Hundred Thousand Dirty
  3. Convenience
  4. Having You
  5. Dead End
  6. Cracking Up
  7. Feeling Sexy
  8. We've Got Balls
  9. Grow Up, Tony Phillips
  10. Those for Whom It's Always Complicated
  1. Carts

    Carts

    A group of misfit shopping cart attendants deal with another day at their dead end jobs.

    This movie, created by Chris Cashman, Douglas Spain and Ted Lange, scores 6.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  2. Two Hundred Thousand Dirty

    Two Hundred Thousand Dirty

    Blue-collar losers, who work in a mattress store, plot to kill someone for money.

    This movie, created by Timothy L. Anderson, Mark Greenfield and Coolio, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  3. Convenience

    Convenience

    Two convenience store robbers mess up the crime and end up working there for the rest of the night.

    This movie, created by Keri Collins, Ray Panthaki and Vicky McClure, scores 6.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

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  4. Having You

    Having You

    Jack has finally managed to propose to his girlfriend when his life is turned upside down by the arrival of an old one-night stand that introduces him to his seven year old son.

    This movie, created by Sam Hoare, Anna Friel and Romola Garai, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

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  5. Dead End

    Dead End

    A newbie Death comes to collect the soul of the recently deceased Odysseus Barnes but takes the scenic route while delivering the soul to the other side. As Death blunders from one scenario to the next, Odysseus quickly learns that it's a long drive from here to eternity.

    This movie, created by Rob Benica, Chad Ridgely and James Watson, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  6. Cracking Up

    Cracking Up

    Danny Gold is a Lenny Bruce-style performance artist whose brilliance is only exceeded by his urge to self-destruct. Cad, shark, comic, addict, Danny Gold rockets and ricochets through Manhattan's seedy Lower East Side, leaving in his wake a mass of mutilated relationships and burnt bridges. Comedy...it's no laughing matter.

    This movie, created by Matt Mitler, Matt Mitler and Carolyn McDermott, scores 6.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  7. Feeling Sexy

    Feeling Sexy

    Feeling Sexy is a story about Vicki, a passionate and vivacious artist with a voracious appetite for life and love. When she meets and marries medical student Greg, she feels she has found true happiness, but two kids and hours, weeks, years of house chores later soon shatter the dream. Vicki wants freedom, release and self-expression, and despite her love for Greg, falls into a lusty affair with art student Hugo. But dishonesty and deceit are not for Vicki. She fatally confesses all to Greg and home life becomes hellish, with Vicki left crushed and demoralized and Greg suspicious and mistrusting. A radical solution is called for and Vicki discovers that the answer may lie within her own creativity and imagination. Vicki is 'married with children' and caught in the universal dilemma - how do you keep the passion alive?

    This movie, created by Davida Allen, Susie Porter and Tamblyn Lord, scores 6.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  8. We've Got Balls

    We've Got Balls

    The film keys in on the proverbial David vs. Goliath scenario when the filthy-rich land developer, Vivian Brechner, decides not to renew the lease on a bowling alley in a small town so that, together with a local avaricious tribal Indian chief, she can tear it down to make way for a gambling casino. What happens when the 52 people in Fountain Springs learn that Fountain Bowl-the "only thing they've got"-is teetering on destruction? Their community lifestyle, as they have known it, is about to come to an abrupt and tragic end. This is when the townsfolk get word in the Fountain Spray newspaper, and, all hell breaks loose! How could the fate of something as simple and innocent as a bowling alley get so complicated? Well, it just does. The story gets messy, tense, suspenseful and, oh, so very funny. In the end, we learn who will win. Who will lose. And who's got balls!

    This movie, created by Morgan Kibby, Gary Austin and Andrew Dickler, scores 6.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy

  9. Grow Up, Tony Phillips

    Grow Up, Tony Phillips

    Grow Up, Tony Phillips may take place on Halloween, but it has nothing to do with horror movies and everything to do with that crystalline moment in time everyone has when they realize life marches forward and they're the youngest they'll ever be. It's a coming-of-age story, but this isn't an indie drama about a boy becoming a man. It's a comedy about Tony Phillips, a guy who doesn't think childhood passions should have an expiration date. This won't be teenage life as viewed from an adult's nostalgia-tinted rear view mirror. This is in every sense a teen's story told from the perspective of actual teenagers, both behind and in front of the camera. That means no hyper-meta dialogue, no larger-than-life scenarios, and no over-the-top style. This is all straight from Emily's heart.

    This movie, created by Emily Hagins, Tony Vespe and AJ Bowen, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

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  10. Those for Whom It's Always Complicated

    Those for Whom It's Always Complicated

    Camille and G.J., a couple in their early thirties, have known happier times. They decide to take a few days off and go to Death Valley. Needless to say, a real adventure for the city people that they are. But half-way through the drive, G.J.'s ex-girlfriend Morgan calls him for help. They have to pick her up, and she finds herself included in the weekend, which doesn't help Camille's hidden agenda. Between metaphysical angst and giggles, Camille and G.J. have to reevaluate their expectations and their common future.

    This movie, created by Eva Husson, Camille Rousseau and G.J. Echternkamp, scores 5.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

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