Netflix’s Top 10 Horror Movies List – Check It Out

Netflix has the best horror movies to scare your friends
Netflix has the best horror movies to scare your friends

Netflix subscribers are always looking for a good horror movie to stream over the weekend. Here is the list of top 10 horror movies on Netflix.

1. Crimson Peak (2015):

Director: Guillermo del Toro

This horror film is a period piece with a gothic romantic horror theme where, despite her father’s warnings, a woman marries a mysterious rich man and moves in with him and his sister in a remote mansion. She learns her husband’s secrets and discovers that the place is haunted.

2. Gerald’s Game (2017):

Director: Mike Flanagan

A woman is handcuffed to her bed by her toxic husband who has a heart attack and dies. She has to discover her survival and access her traumatic past to achieve freedom.

3. The Conjuring 2

Director: James Wan

After the massive success of the original movie, The Conjuring launched an entire franchise of sequels and spin-offs.

The highest rated is this sequel that follows Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, as the most famous ghost hunters of all time, as they investigate supernatural activity at Enfield Town Hall.

4.Creep (2014):

Director: Patrick Brice

A young videographer, Aaron, answers a call for an online ad in a remote town to record messages from a dying man.

The man wants to make a movie for his unborn child, however as time goes by, the man’s requests become more bizarre.

5. Insidious (2010):

Director: James Wan

This movie started out as an unannounced standalone film, but grew into a billion dollar franchise.

The film is about a family pulling all the strings to prevent evil spirits from taking their comatose son to a supernatural realm forever.

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6. Your House (2020):

Director: Remi Weekes

In this harrowing film, a couple escape war-torn South Sudan and arrive in an English town as refugees.

As they struggle to adjust to their new life, they discover that a sinister force lurks, both inside and outside their new home.

7. Under the shadow (2016):

Director: Babak Anvari

Set in the 1980s Iraq-Iran war, during the air raids on Tehran known as the ‘War of the Cities’, a young mother and her daughter find themselves living with an evil entity. The film narrates his survival in a haunted house. This psychological horror contains an allegory for larger social themes: there is no safe place, neither inside nor outside.

8. IT (2017):

Director: Andy Muschietti

This film is an adaptation by Stephan King of his 1986 novel with a group of high school kids facing off against Pennywise, a mythical horror icon who haunts the citizens of Derry, Maine.

9. Silence (2016):

Director: Mike Flanagan

This American slasher is about a deaf writer who moves to the woods to live a lonely life. He is suddenly confronted by a masked assassin who appears at his window and now he must fight for his life.

10. Follow (2014):

Director: David Robert Mitchell

This indie horror film is about a young woman who, after a sexual encounter, is cursed and followed by a supernatural entity and has to pass on the curse to avoid it.

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