15 Spooktacular Netflix Horrors to Binge-Watch This Month
20th October, 2020
Bored of binging already? We sure hope not, as Netflix is back this Halloween to scare the bejesus out of you with 15 chilling thrillers and horror flicks. What’s spooky season without sinfully delightful horror movie marathons all the way till Halloween? Since trick or treating may not be an option this year, it’s time to relive the old family tradition. So, what are you waiting for? Huddle in front of the TV with your family and choose one (or two) of these creepy Halloween horrors to watch. We bring to you 15 Netflix films that are a must-watch this month. Be ready to be spooked with some classics and some out-of-the-box films.
Nuclear disaster, a starving Norwegian family, and a cunning plot twist—need we say more? The story revolves around a family that is forced to take part in a shady stage play. Cadaver’s spine-tingling storyline has everything you expect from a decent horror flick.
The Day of The Lord
A retired priest must repent for his sins after he finds himself on the dark side. He is haunted by his past after a friend asks him to help his demon-possessed daughter. The question remains: who will emerge unscathed from the darkness?
A paramedic is paralyzed from the waist down after a horrific crash, rendering him immobile. The story develops as the paranoia sets in, and the paramedic schemes despicable things, drowning in his own despair and affecting the lives of others.
Nobody Sleeps In The Woods Tonight
A group of teens addicted to technology are enrolled in a camp to learn to live offline. But once they are cut off from the rest of the world, can they survive all that lurks behind the darkness as the sun sets?
ParaNorman is produced by Laika Studios and is perhaps one of the best animations made by the stop motion picture company. Unlike any other kid, Norman can see ghosts and must save the town from an evil curse predicted by his dedicated uncle.
Don’t mistake this as a remake for Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 masterpiece. Rather, Rebecca is a unique romantic horror adaptation of the 1938 novel, featuring a woman who must live under the shadow of her husband’s first wife, who is dead.
Vampires vs. The Bronx
A bunch of teenagers try to save their community in the Bronx from a horde of bloodsucking vampires. Now that’s interesting! If you are in the mood for a horror-comedy flick, we recommend watching this hilarious real estate takeover-themed mix of occult madness.
A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting
A high school freshman is recruited into a group of babysitters, who have special powers. Their job is to protect all the kids from the spooks haunting everyone on Halloween. Tom Felton, who plays the infamous Draco Malfoy, is featured in the movie, too!
The Babysitter – Killer Queen
The Babysitter sequel starts after the protagonist, Cole, manages to survive the satanic cult led by his babysitter. This time, when the cult reappears, Cole tries to convince everyone of the truth and maybe defeat the cult. Again.
Franco wants to find his sister in a rundown hotel. But his plans go for a toss after he meets a psychic and finds himself in the middle of a torrid love affair. Fair disclaimer: you will need subtitles to enjoy this pelicula de suspense!
I’m Thinking of Ending Things
Horror doesn’t always have to be a slasher or a suspense flick. What’s more horrific than a dark, disturbed mind of a woman who joins her boyfriend on a road trip to meet his parents? Spoiler alert: she seems to have misgivings about everything.
We Summon the Darkness
This is another Netflix R-rated film for your Halloween binge this month. Watch the mayhem of bloody visuals and chaos unfold as three friends travel to a country home for some fun time. Oh, and did we mention they meet sadistic killers?
If you thought Italian movies are all about gangs, guns, and violence, think again. The Binding is a refreshing horror flick filled with blood-curdling screams. It surely does have the usual mix of scares that some many anticipate minutes into the movie.