Horror movies have a special place in the hearts of movie enthusiasts, offering a thrilling and spine-chilling experience. Netflix, one of the most popular streaming platforms, provides various horror movies to cater to diverse tastes.
Based on a true story, this supernatural horror film follows paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren as they help a family haunted by a dark presence. It’s a masterfully crafted movie with intense scares and a gripping storyline.
In a post-apocalyptic world, a family must live silently to avoid deadly creatures that hunt by sound. With its unique premise and incredible performances, “A Quiet Place” is a suspenseful and nerve-wracking experience.
Set in 1630 New England, “The Witch,” tells the story of a devoutly religious family tormented by evil forces in the wilderness. With its atmospheric cinematography and slow-building tension, it’s a must-watch for fans of atmospheric horror.
While not a movie but a series, “The Haunting of Hill House” deserves a spot on this list. This Netflix original series follows a family haunted by their childhood experiences in a haunted mansion. It’s well-developed characters and eerie atmosphere make it a must-watch for horror enthusiasts.
Based on Stephen King’s novel, “Gerald’s Game” revolves around a woman who becomes trapped in a remote cabin after her husband dies unexpectedly during a kinky game. It’s a claustrophobic and psychologically intense film that explores themes of trauma and survival.
When friends embark on a hiking trip in the Swedish wilderness, they stumble upon an ancient evil that begins to haunt them. “The Ritual” combines psychological horror and folklore elements to deliver a chilling experience.
Set in 1980s Tehran during the Iran-Iraq War, “Under the Shadow” follows a mother and daughter who are haunted by a malevolent supernatural force. This Iranian horror film skillfully combines cultural anxieties with genuine scares.
“The Babysitter” is a horror-comedy that follows a young boy who discovers his attractive babysitter and her friends are part of a satanic cult. With its mix of gore and humour, it’s an entertaining and fun watch.
From the director of “The Raid” series, “Apostle” is a period horror film set in the early 20th century. A man infiltrates a cult to rescue his kidnapped sister but uncovers a dark, supernatural secret. It’s a visually stunning and disturbing movie.
Loosely based on a true story, “Veronica” centres around a young girl who unwittingly unleashes a supernatural presence during a seance. It’s a Spanish horror film with solid performances and a chilling atmosphere.