Top Hollywood Horror Movies available on Netflix
Looking for a terrifying Netflix movie to watch? Any moment is a good time to see a scary film. It’s the old way to obtain your tricks and treats, like renting from Blockbuster or not utilising Treatster to figure out whose houses give out the greatest candy, to wait until October to watch scary movies. No, thanks to Netflix’s screaming material, you can sit back and enjoy your scares from the comfort of your own sofa in the modern world.
Freddy vs. Jason (2003)
Freddy Kruger has been exiled to Hell, and the children of Springwood have forgotten about him. He tracks down Jason Voorhees, who is also trapped in Hell and manipulates him into a plan to free them both. The killings resume, and Jason’s rage shifts from nubile teenagers to Freddy himself when he realises he’s been duped. The movie is fantastic, largely because who hasn’t longed to watch Freddy vs. Jason? It’s a little cheesy, a lot of fun, and a lot of gore. Everything you’d expect from a Freddy or Jason film. Alyse Wax.
Choose or Die (2022)
When Kayla (Iola Evans) comes across an ancient ’80s computer game with a $100,000 cash reward waiting to be claimed for anyone who beats it, her curiosity and her family’s financial needs motivate her to give it a shot. However, the game is more than just a horror-themed choose-your-own-adventure game. It has the potential to bend reality and force Kayla to make life-or-death decisions that have real-world consequences.
Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)
Mike Flanagan had already established himself as a steadfast horror filmmaker by 2016, but the feeling of “holy crap, this guy can do anything” was cemented when he took on a prequel to a critically panned picture about an evil ouija board and produced one of the scariest films of the decade. To be clear, there’s no reason for Ouija: Origin of Evil to be excellent in the first place, thus it’s a complete surprise that it’s so terrifying and effective. And, because we’re talking about Flanagan here, there’s a powerful dramatic heart-pounding behind all those bumps in the night.
It Follows (2014)
The ancient myth of girls being slain after a sexual encounter is twisted on its head in this modern classic. After having sex, Jay is plagued by a dark, otherworldly entity. Her boyfriend ultimately admits that he transmitted it to her through their sexual activity, making it the worst STD ever. Either Jay may pass the ghost off by having sex with another guy, or the demon will murder her and return to haunt the man who gave her the ghost.