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The Best Horror Films You Can Watch On Netflix Today (With Trailers)

The Best Horror Films You Can Watch On Netflix Today (With Trailers)

Fancy a horror movie date? We ranked the best horror films on Netflix based on critic ratings for you. Check them out!

The weekend is here again, and you know what it means. It's the perfect time to slip into our pajamas, get a bowl of popcorn or a box of pizza, and get comfy on that couch for another movie marathon.

Looking for the perfect flick? Don't worry because we prepared a bunch of movie suggestions and trailers to help you decide which film to see. We checked out each film's rating score on Rotten Tomatoes to bring you this list. 

Here are the best and highest-rated horror films you can watch on Netflix now. 

1922 (2017)

Rating: 91%

Netflix's adaptation of Stephen King's novel of the same name is a tale of guilt and regret. It follows a rancher who conspires to kill his wife for financial gain and convinces his teenage son to participate. He lives the rest of his life haunted by the ghost of his wife.



 

THE ENDLESS (2018)

Rating: 92%

Two brothers revisit a cult they escaped from a decade ago and got confronted by unexplainable phenomena surrounding the camp.



 

HUSH (2016)

Rating: 93%

Mike Flanagan's heart-pounding thriller follows a deaf woman struggling for her life after a killer gets into her home. You will never leave your doors unlocked once you see this.



 

CAM (2018)

Rating: 93%

A camgirl was locked out from her channel. When she tries to view her account, she discovered that someone who looks exactly like her has taken over. While investigating her imposter, she uncovers a complex scheme where the true horror lies in the digital world. 



 

THE EVIL DEAD (1981)

Rating: 95%

A group of friends went hiking into the woods and found an old book that contains spells to awaken evil. They unwittingly release a flood of evil and must fight for their lives or become one of the evil dead. 



 

SWEETHEART (2019)

Rating: 95%

Don't be deceived by the title, there is nothing sweet about this 2019 monster horror flick. 'Sweetheart' follows a shipwreck survivor washed ashore on a mysterious and uninhabited island. She must fend off the nefarious creature that surfaces each night if she wants to continue to be alive. 



 

PAN'S LABYRINTH (2006)

Rating: 95%

An all-time favorite, Pan's Labyrinth tells the story of young Ofelia in 1944 Spain. She and her ailing mother to the post of her mother's new husband's post. Ofelia meets the faun Pan while exploring the ancient maze. Pan convinces her that she is a legendary lost princess and must complete three tasks to become immortal.

The film is highly praised for its incredible visual style, CGI work, and intricate plot.



 

UNDER THE SHADOW (2016)

Rating: 99%

A superstitious neighbor suggests that a missile that hit Shideh's building during the Iran-Iraq War was cursed and might be carrying malevolent Middle-Eastern spirits. After several horrifying instances, Shideh believes that a supernatural force is attempting to possess her daughter Dorsa, and it's now up to her to save them both.

More than the supernatural element, the film introduces us to the true horrors of real-world conflict.



 

CREEP 2 (2017)

Rating: 100%

The sequel to Patrick Brice's 2014 hit horror flick, Creep 2, follows a prolific serial killer who lures unsuspecting videographers to their deaths. After assuming the identity of Aaron (his victim in the first film), he lures his new victim Sara to his home. The two soon had a complicated relationship in what the critics defined as an "ass-backward love story for the morbidly strange."



 

HIS HOUSE (2020)

Rating: 100%

Just when they thought they're about to start a new life, a refugee couple who escaped from war-torn South Sudan ended living in an English town where they struggled to adjust. Soon enough, they started feeling an evil presence lurking on the surface.

Critics describe the film as "a terrifying debut that breathes a fresh voice into the haunted-house subgenre."The film is directed by Remi Weekes and stars Sope Dirisu, Wunmi Mosaku, Malaika Wakoli-Abigaba and, Matt Smith, among others. 



 

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