If you haven’t seen the 2017 Blockbuster hit “It” yet, or simply want to watch it before you see “It: Chapter 2” in theatres, it’s available on Netflix for your viewing pleasure.
Netflix’s “1922” will give you chills. Based off the novella by Stephen King, a rancher and his teenage son conspire to kill his wife for financial gain. However, it appears it has doomed fate for the both of them.
'A Quiet Place'
Watch “A Quiet Place” to prepare yourself for Halloween and the upcoming sequel “A Quiet Place: Part II”. A family with a deaf daughter must live in silence in a deserted world where terrifying creatures hunt by sound.
Natalie Portman and thriller movie fans should give “Annihilation” a try. This mind-bending film is sure to keep your eyes glued to the screen. “Annihilation” follows a young biologist who joins a mission to find out what happened to her husband in a mysterious supernatural and area.
If you like “Midsommar” and gore, you might like “Apostle”. The violent and suspenseful film is set in 1905, where a man (Dan Stevens) goes on a dangerous mission to rescue his sister from a sinister religious cult.
In another Stephen King- based psychological horror flick, “Gerald’s Game” is sure to keep you on your toes. A woman is handcuffed to her bed by her husband in a kinky game. All of a sudden, he dies and she has no hope of rescue. Strange voices and visions then begin to plague her.
Who you gonna call? If you want some old Halloween nostalgia or there is something strange in your neighbourhood, “Ghostbusters” is here for you. In case you haven’t seen it, “Ghostbusters” was released in 1984 and follows a team of scientists that left their jobs to hunt down ghosts.
If you didn’t see “Hereditary” in theatres, Netflix has provided it for you. Cuddle up and watch as a family uncovers a terrifying legacy after the death of a grandmother.
'In The Shadow Of The Moon'
If you’re looking for a little supernatural mystery and suspense, Netflix’s new flick “In the Shadow of the Moon” might be right up your alley.
The film follows a police officer who begins tracking a serial killer that appears every nine years. Her victims die in ways that defy rational explanation.
'In The Tall Grass'
Netflix has just released their own terrifying film based off of a novella by Stephen King and Joe Hill. “In the Tall Grass” follows a brother and sister that venture into a field of tall grass after they hear a boy’s cry for help. They find there may be no way out and something else evil may be in there with them.
This highly-rated film stars Jake Gyllenhaall and Amy Adams. It follows a wealthy art gallery owner who is haunted by the arrival of her ex-husband’s new book, and it's dedicated to her. The book is a violent thriller that she thinks is a symbol of his revenge.
One of the most classic horror films created by Alfred Hitchcock is available on Netflix. This 1960's film follows a young woman wanting to start a new life yet ends up at the Bates Motel.
If you’re looking for a little bit of lighter comedic fare, Netflix has the entire “Scary Movie” franchise.
These films parody some of the most talked-about horror films and mock teen movie cliches.
“The Babadook” is a critically acclaimed film having won many awards. It is known as one of the most emotionally affecting and powerful horror films in the last decade.
This psychological horror film follows a troubled mother who battles her son’s fear of a monster in the house. After a creepy children’s book appears in her son’s room, something sinister begins to lurk all around her.
If you like mysteries and thriller films, you should watch “The Invitation”. In a modern take of the dinner murder-mystery story, a man begins to believe that his ex-wife and her husband have some grim plans for their guests during a dinner party.