Top 5 Horror Movies on Netflix to Watch This Halloween

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The relationship of Halloween and winters is an enigma, an enigma that will, perhaps never be solved. There is a reason why days get shorter, the temperatures go down, and it gets all cold and wet. You can sniff the smell of Halloween in the air! It is, arguably, the second most celebrated holiday after Christmas around the world.

It wouldn’t be wrong to admit that it is perhaps the only day where people look forward to early icy-cold night! The bonfires, camps, children running wildly playing their tricks-or-treats are definitely worth watching! But there is one thing more, that gives your Halloween the true sought-after joy. Yes, we are talking about the horror movies.

So before you decide to run a few errands this Halloween, why don’t you take a look at the list of top 5 horror movies on Netflix that will shake you from top to bottom!

Some of you, however, won’t find all these movies horror and scary enough to make you s*** your pants. Well, that’s because everyone has a different taste in horror movies.

(5) World War Z

World War Z

We wouldn’t go down to say that it is one of the scariest movies ever, but we would definitely say that it is one of the best Zombie-apocalypse movies ever made! Brad Pitt plays the lead role of a former United Nations employee Gerry Lane who searches for answers/anti-dotes for the Zombie-apocalypse that possesses serious threats to obliterate humanity itself.

(4) Rosemary’s Baby

Rosemary’s Baby

This four decades old psychological horror movie still gives us shivers when we think of Guy Woodhouse and Rosemary Woodhouse. The story revolves around a young couple that moves in a new apartment in a building that is not known for good reasons. They find their neighbors (an old couple) very friendly until strange things start to happen with Rosemary as soon as she gets pregnant.

(3) The Amityville Horror (1979)

The Amityville Horror

If you are looking for a movie that gives you chills down your spine, this is it. It is based on the best-selling novel of 1977 written by Jay Anson. Novel, however, is based on an allegedly true story of the events experienced by the Lutz family. The Lutz family claimed to have felt the presence of supernatural things (ghosts) in their house.
The film was ranked as one of the best horror movies made in that decade.

(2) The Blair Witch Project

The Blair Witch Project

First of its kind, this horror movie was made from a totally different perspective that introduced a whole new dimension to the world of horror movies. It is an American found footage horror movie that was released in 1999. The film revolves around three student filmmakers who disappear while hiking in Burkittsville, Maryland where they are seen struggling for survival against the Blair Witch.

(1) The Conjuring

The Conjuring

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that this movie broke all hells loose on its viewers when it was released on July 19, 2013. The Conjuring had all the elements of chills and thrills. It is, arguably, the most perfect horror movie of all times.

The story dates back to the 1970s where a young couple moves in a new house along with their 5 daughters and a dog. The first day in the new house goes pretty smoothly until they find their dog lying dead outside the house. The smoothness goes away as the time passes by and makes their living experience nothing but hell-like…

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One Response to Top 5 Horror Movies on Netflix to Watch This Halloween

  1. shafiq ahmed says:

    I love Worldwar Z.. nice to see this movie in top 5 horror movies list.

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