Are you looking for the best film for your fright night? A scream is within reach because we have the best horror movies and they're all available on Netflix right now.
The scariest movies on the streaming service do not disappoint. Ranging from psychological thrillers to vampire killers to intergalactic invasions, there's a scary movie for every appetite. Netflix's international offerings open up a new realm, too, such as the Indonesian movie "May The Devil Take You" and the South Korean movie "The Whole Truth."
Know this: You don't need to wait until Halloween to start watching scary movies.
Be brave and read on for what to stream next.
If found footage is your thing, look no further than this Blumhouse picture for your horror fix. When a down-on-his-luck videographer accepts a job at a remote cabin, he finds out that this is no simple film project. Mark Duplass stars in this truly horrifying thriller, with an ending so creepy that it will stick with you for years.
A tale as old as time. Family moves into new house. Family finds out that their new home used to be a funeral home. Family undergoes horrors that are inconceivable to the human imagination. If that is your jam, then The Haunting in Connecticut is for you. Starring Virginia Madsen and Kyle Gallner, this movie is sure to bring the chills and thrills to any movie night.
This is no Italian getaway. In this intense thriller, a group of strangers on a trip across southern Italy are stuck in the woods and have to battle to survive. Will they make it out alive?
The fifth installment in the "Insiduous" franchise is just as scary as the others. Patrick Wilson directs and stars in the movie, playing a father dropping his son off to college. They're ready to move onto a new chapter — but their past experiences with demonic entities haunt them both independently.
Two teenagers plan an escape from a depressing all-girls boarding school where students are taught to follow the rules or suffer terrifying repercussions.
A teenage militiaman breaks into a remote monastery in 1987 where the monks maintain a clinic for the possessed. He poses as a cleric and attempts to provide an explanation for the unexplained disappearance of a number of mentally ill citizens.
Ambar (Cristina Rodlo) is an immigrant seeking a better life in the United States, but she becomes stuck in a nightmare when she has to take a room in a boarding house.
Accompanied by his frantic parents, an 11-year-old boy with a crippling ailment checks into a remote facility to get experimental therapy. But can he leave? The boy soon finds himself stuck in the haunted facility with an enigmatic doctor.
Forget passing notes in class! There's a supernatural notebook in "Death Note" that has the power to kill anyone whose name is written inside. The book falls into the wrong person's hands, Light Yagami, and he begins playing god with who he deems is worthy of staying alive. LaKeith Stanfield and Margaret Qualley star alongside Nat Wolff.
It's just another adventure of diving and exploring the ocean when four friends come across haunted sunken ruins. The underwater Mayan city, for whatever reason, attracts sharks, which go after the friend group. The teenagers' air supply is dwindling and, with the pressure of evading sharks, they must quickly navigate the labyrinth of caves to find an escape route that leads to the surface.
Genetic testing often has surprises for people – but the surprise Evie (Nathalie Emmanuel) gets is far more lavish than she expects. She learns she's related to residents of mansions and keepers of a dark genetic secret. See if you can figure out the mystery before she does.
Two siblings and small-time scammers make their living swindling bereaved people with messages from "the dead." But during one visit, Angela (Florence Pugh) actually gets in touch with a ghost.
Madeline Brewer gives a tour-de-force performance in this intimate psychological thriller, filming essentially the entire movie within one room. She plays a cam girl who finds she has an impersonator on the internet.
Jamie Foxx is a pool cleaner by day, vampire killer by night in "Day Shift." Expect gore galore. His character kills a lot — a lot — of vampires, all while attempting to reconcile with his ex-wife as they parent their young daughter.
If you haven't seen "Bird Box" yet, it's time to join the many who have seen the record-breaking movie. The villain in "Bird Box" is invisible and airborne, able to shapeshift into people's worst fears when they see it. The only way to survive? Don't look. To escape these circumstances, a mom (Sandra Bullock) leads her kids through a forestry wilderness, completely blindfolded.
Down on her luck, Jenn Tompson (Kate Siegel) visits a hypnotist hoping their conversation will turn things around for her. Unfortunately, the hypnotist takes advantage of Jenn's confessions and uses them to manipulate her thoughts and actions.
Netflix's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre' puts a twist on the iconic franchise. In this reimagined 2022 version, a group of influencers visit the town where serial murderer Leatherface wreaked havoc for decades. Instead of fleeing away as quickly as possible, they decide to redevelop the now deserted Texas town so people will move back and create a neighborhood again. Leatherface, of course, cannot have that happen.
"Ouija: Origin of Evil" is a tale as old as time: A well-meaning young girl, Alice Zander (Elizabeth Reaser), misses her late father and thinks she can have one last conversation with him by consulting a Ouija board. The board seems to retrieve every bad thing in the universe — but not her father. Alice has to dodge demons until she's able to close what the board opened.
Mexican American journalist Cristina Lopez (played by Brigitte Kali Canales) is kidnapped while in the cloud forest of Veracruz, Mexico. Her kidnappers believe a demon is holding her captive and only they have the keys to save her. What's scarier: Them lying, or them telling the truth?
"Choose or Die" is a film that dovetails perfectly with the TV series "Squid Game." A couple of high schoolers, Kayla and Isaac, find an old computer game with a $125,000 reward note. They call the number and are instructed to play the game to receive the reward. As they play, real life starts to interact with what's happening in the game with their lives and their loved ones all in jeopardy.
Neve (Ashley Madekwe) is confronted with her past that she's always ran away from in "The Strays." She's always denied the Black portion of her biracial identity and when various triggers bring it back up, she goes to great lengths to stuff it all back down.
The Presley family becomes famous on social media after sharing clips of a ghost named Ernest haunting their house. It's all clicks and giggles until the family's connection to Ernest prompts the CIA to investigate Kevin, the dad.
Cole (Judah Lewis) had to take down his babysitter, Bee, and her satanic cult, in the original "The Babysitter." But apparently he didn't end it all because some of them are back in the sequel, "The Babysitter: Killer Queen." Can Cole outsmart the satanic cult again? He's sure going to try.
Beef between stepmothers and daughter is common, sure. But evil spirits possessing stepmothers and making them attack stepdaughter? Not as much. And yet that's exactly what happens in "May The Devil Take You."
"Fear Street" is a trilogy of movies based on R.L. Stine's book series. Like Stephen King's "It," they trade in genuine scares with nostalgia for bygone eras.
In “Army of the Dead,” Las Vegas is overrun with zombies who think they now run the town since everyone else has evacuated. Refusing to let them win, a group of brave mercenaries volunteer to enter the zone the zombies occupy.
When their mother gets into a car accident, a brother and sister discover a set of grandparents they didn't know about ... and those grandparents have secrets. You will not know where "The Whole Truth" is going — but know that when the truth is revealed, you'll understand why it stayed hidden for so long.
The producer of "The Babadook" is behind this movie, also at the intersection of family ties and horror. In the middle of a zombie apocalypse in Australia, a father (Martin Freeman) struggles to protect his infant daughter from strangers — and from his own infected self.
You've heard this one before: A vampire falls in love with Frankenstein and they get engaged. Her father, however, vows to kill the groom before they can wed. Throughout the movie, the three love and hate each other. Well, what family hasn't had tension?
A local volleyball team wins their championship game and is headed back home when their van breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Unfortunately for them, they're stuck in an area guarded by hunters.
It's hard for high schoolers to admit their feelings to their crush so ... maybe becoming a vampire will make them braver? While pretending to be a vampire, Javi is followed by an actual vampire that threatens his life and the life of his crush. This horror movie doubles as a Spanish teen romantic comedy.
In "His House," the horrors begin in the real world – war-torn South Sudan — and then become supernatural, as a refugee couple resettles in a haunted house in England.
If you like paranormal activity, this is the perfect movie for you. After being called to exorcise a little boy who is possessed by a demon, the chief exorcist for the Vatican has to find a way to expel this demon. Through learning the secrets of the church and confessing to his own shortcomings, the exorcist attempts to rid the boy of the demons.
Even though they are all grown up, two siblings find themselves trying to figure out what is real and what is fake when the lights go out. As a supernatural entity tries to drive them to insanity, the two attempt to fight off the evil force that is torturing them.
What happens when your child starts acting strange out of the blue? After attempting to get rid of her daughter’s rabbit, Sarah (Sarah Snook) is forced to deal with the weird behavior of her child and figure out how it is tied to Sarah’s complicated past.
A movie adaptation of the novel, "There’s Someone Inside Your House," this suspenseful horror movie follows a group of high school seniors trying to stay alive as gruesome murders start happening around their town.
After a boy in their town is abducted, the detective on the case, Greg Harper (Jon Tenney) and his wife Jackie (Helen Hunt), start to experience weird activity in their own home. Now, they are forced to piece together the strange occurrences happening around them.
After struggling to connect with his new stepson, Gary (Adam Scott), is forced to realize that he might be raising the spawn of satan. This satirical horror movie is enough to have you covering your eyes and crying-laughing all at the same time.
After hearing the screams of a young boy coming from a field of grass on the side of the road, two siblings venture into the field to save him. Unfortunately, they quickly realize that they have no idea how to get out and there is something paranormal about the field.
Amanda (Sandra Oh) and her daughter (Fivel Stewart) live low-key lives on their All-American farm. After the death of Amanda’s umma, which means mother in Korean, her remains are shipped to the farm and change everything.
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