7 Horror Films On Netflix To Get You Into The Halloween Spirit
Directed by the master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock, this beloved classic made Anthony Perkins a horror film icon, the Bates Motel the scariest roadside stop ever, and taking a shower a veritable nightmare.
#Alive offers an interesting take on the zombie apocalypse genre by focusing on the action on a lone PC game forced to barricade himself in his apartment after a mysterious virus turned humans into flesh-eating monsters.
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3/7 IT Chapter One
Director Andy Muschietti's cinematic adaptation of the renowned Stephen King novel is a chilling account of seven children fighting an evil clown called Pennywise.
This hair-raising Thai horror film directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom unravels the haunting repercussions of photographer Tun and his girlfriend Jane after a hit-and-run incident.
5/7 The Shining
Stanley Kubrick's brilliant The Shining revolves around the malignant forces shadowing the isolated and historic Overlook Hotel. Aspiring writer and recovering alcoholic Jack Torrance accepts the job as its off-season caretaker and moves in with his unsuspecting family.
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6/7 Don't Breathe
Tables are turned when three delinquents find themselves having to battle a bloodthirsty blind war veteran after breaking into his home. It's a pretty smart take on the slasher flick by director Fede Álvarez.
7/7 Satan's Slave
Satan's Slave (the Indonesian title is Pengabdi Setan) is a remake of a 1980 Indonesian cult classic directed by Joko Anwar. A critical and commercial success, it tells the story of a family encountering strange happenings after the death of their mother who was bedridden from a mysterious illness for years.