Best Horror Movies on Netflix
Best Horror Movies on Netflix
Looking for the finest Netflix frightening movies after an exhausting day working with forex market brokers in Vietnam? Looking for a walkthrough of the most horrific dungeons, creaky manors, home-invaded mansions, and deeply dark woods available on the streaming service? Then your quest for the best horror movies on Netflix has to lead you to your magnificent streaming doom: The Best Horror Films on Netflix! If you are scared of horror movies but you still want to watch them, you can watch them in a coffee shop (with headphones of course). Thank me later.
- Truth or Dare
Dare or Truth! You despise this game. However, you could love the horror adaption of the slumber party game that your teenage self despised, which begins with a group of kids drinking beers around a campfire and finishes with them bleeding, weeping, and, of course, playing the titular game.
- Crimson Peak
Crimson Peak is an old-school horror film with a modern twist, written and directed by Guillermo del Toro. Crimson Peak is an unsettling and captivating ghost storey steeped in Gothic romance and bolstered by modern visual effects and a well-deserved R-rating, despite del Toro’s rejection of the horror classification. Crimson Peak is a wonderful addition to Netflix‘s horror library thanks to del Toro’s inversion of genre clichés, as well as outstanding performances from Tom Hiddleston and Jessica Chastain plus incredible production design.
- The Ritual
“Friends with a long — but strained — friendship go on a trekking trip into the Swedish countryside, where they may never return.” My fave Netflix original film. It persuaded me to try out some more Netflix movies. I enjoy any “lost in the woods” film, and any creature feature is entertaining. Something is certainly out there, but what is it?
- The Block Island Sound
A scary, slow-burn thriller Matthew McManus and Kevin of American Vandal about a strange, enigmatic force off the coast that affects the humans and fauna of Block Island. A fisherman unwittingly puts his family at great risk after a series of violent outbursts.
- The Conjuring
The Conjuring is the terrifying subgenre at its best, and it will undoubtedly be recognised as an all-timer by future horror fans. (As well as an early high point for James Wan, the renowned director.) I hate to break it to you, but The Conjuring is also based on a genuine storey. If you enjoy it, the first film spawned a slew of sequels.
- Don’t Listen
“Daniel hears a haunting cry for aid after a sad turn of events at the new property he’s putting up, prompting him to seek out a prominent paranormal investigator.” This movie was fantastic. It was beautifully photographed, and there were times when it felt like an old-school horror movie. Several eerie moments gave me goosebumps. I’ve seen a few Spanish horror movies, but this one is the best.
- His House
This new, distinctive horror film follows a South Sudanese refugee couple as they adjust to a new life in an English village where evil lurks beneath the surface. Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu, and Doctor Who’s Matt Smith star in this fascinating mash-up of political worries and true scares.