Nowadays, you can tell which kind of horror movie fan you are just by your streaming service of choice. For the die-hards, it’s Shudder. If it’s Hulu or HBO, you’re probably not the most likely person to willingly invite nightmares into your home on the weekends. For really weird shit—we’re talking Tsunambee and Mother Krampus here—it’s Amazon Prime. But for those who like a healthy mix—Stephen King adaptations, foreign horror, the best of A24’s frights, the occasional B movie, it’s Netflix. Here’s the best of what it has to offer in the scares department.
This horror satire from Nightcrawler director Dan Gilroy is a mix of The Square and Eyes of Laura Marsim电竞官网-, with Jake Gyllenhaal starring as an art critic who discovers that the mysterious paintings by an unknown artist have supernatural abilities—and take their revenge on anyone attempting to profit off of them.
im电竞官网-Zoe Kazan stars in this claustrophobic thriller about a young mother whose complicated relationship with her 10-year-old daughter is more complicated after a mysterious car accident leaves them stranded on the road—and stalked by a mysterious monster that plans to do them both in.
Four women directors—Jovanka Vuckovic, Annie Clark, Roxanne Benjamin, and Karyn Kusama—deliver four delirious horror shorts in this anthology film that will give you multiple opportunities to freak the hell out.
Sandra Bullock, Sarah Paulson, Trevante Rhodes, and John Malkovich star in this dystopian thriller (and Netflix original film) about a woman who must travel blindfolded along with her children to safety as an unseen force stalks them on their journey.
im电竞官网-Madeline Brewer plays an enterprising camgirl who discovers that she's somehow been replicated in various videos that have been uploaded to her own website in this Internet-inspired horror thriller and Netflix original.
Aaron, a videographer (played by director Patrick Brice), answers an ad to work for a mysterious guy named Josef (Mark Duplass), whose awkward and uncomfortable behavior immediately makes Aaron uneasy. But his erratic behavior only becomes more and more bizarre in this indie psychological thriller.
One of Stephen King's underrated novels thanks to its lack of supernatural fights, Gerald's Game still packs a heavy psychological punch. A sexy tryst goes wrong when Gerald handcuffs his wife Jessie to a bed, only to immediately have a heart attack—leaving her imprisoned in both a remote cabin and her own delusional mind.
This creepy slasher flick follows a deaf writer (Kate Siegel) who lives a solitary life in the woods. But her peaceful retreat is changed forever when a masked killer appears, and she must fight—in silence—for her life.
Director Osgood Perkins (son of Psycho star Anthony Perkins) helms this mystery about a live-in nurse, Lily (Ruth Wilson), who moves into the remote New England mansion owned by her patient, an elderly horror novelist who suffers from dementia. Soon Lily starts to question if the unsettling things that are taking place in this house came straight from one of her patient's books.
A gathering of friends at a swank Hollywood Hills mansion turns deadly in Karyn Kusama's chilling and unsettling thriller, which sees a seemingly innocuous dinner party devolve into a cult-inspired killing spree.
A group of train passengers must face off against an army of the undead in this inventive and terrifying zombie apocalypse thriller from South Korean director Yeon Sang-ho.
Set in the post-revolution era of 1980s Tehran, a mother must protect her daughter from a demonic possession in their home—all while a war rages on outside, leaving them fighting for safety from both manmade and supernatural evils.
Inspired by a true story (just like the best horror movies always are), this acclaimed Spanish film follows the 15-year-old Veronica who conducts a séance with a Ouija board—already a tricky situation, one that's heightened by the fact that she does it during a solar eclipse. Things, naturally, do not go well for her afterward.
Robert Eggers directs Anya Taylor-Joy in this brooding horror film about a young girl whose family is ousted from their Puritan New England village. As they rebuild their lives in the wilderness, their infant child disappears—which sets in motion a psychological thriller in which the family members' sanity slowly unravels as mysterious forces threaten to destroy them.
The Perfection is the age old tale of two world class cellists who go absolutely insane over their art. By the end, there are six lost limbs, hallucinations, three pant suits, and one of the wildest horror rides that Netflix originals has developed in its history.
im电竞官网-Who among us doesn't love a flesh eating virus? The 2002 film follows a group of college graduates who rent a cabin in the woods and the end game is absolutely grotesque and completely horrifying. Objective: complete.
There are only four words: Mandy Moore shark movie. Every good TV actor has to have a side project in their spare time, and this is Moore's. A quick bite (pun intended) of a film, 47 Meters Downim电竞官网- follows two sisters down on vacation in Mexico when the two of them run into some serious diving issues when they make some big toothed friends below.
Never go in the woods. Ever. There's just not a reason for it. In The Ritualim电竞官网-, four friends head into the woods to honor their late friend, but the Norse legends within the forest aren't as welcoming as they'd hoped. Essentially, nothing wrong with just... you know, getting a cake and honoring your friend that way.