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Top 15 Horror Movies On Netflix

1. 1922

1922, a critically acclaimed horror film based on Stephen King's writings, is not to be overlooked. Another cool feature of this film is that you can watch it after reading the books and still feel like nothing is missing.

2. The Conjuring

The Conjuring, based on a true event, introduced us to the haunted home subgenre in a new way. This will continue to be one of the best horror films of all time. It also happens to be based on a true story.

3. The Conjuring 2

The Conjuring 2 resumed the trend by sending the Warrens to investigate another haunted house case. The film never gives the impression that the genre has become stale.

4. Death Note

While the idea of converting anime into live-action films does not appear to be going away anytime soon, fans may look forward to seeing Willem Dafoe in the role of Shinigami. The latter is one of the film's most intriguing elements.

5. His House

This film is well worth watching and is one of Netflix's best offerings. The tale is one of the best Netflix originals to date.

6. The Babysitter

This film was all about the style and didn't care about the story. The story was intriguing and had the potential to make a big impact if it had been handled properly. But it's worth seeing because the film's approach makes it enjoyable to watch.

7. Malevolent

Florence Pugh is one of the most talented actors we've had the pleasure of seeing. Malevolent may be featured in one of these films, and the tale is compelling enough to hold your attention for a single viewing.

8. It Comes At Night

It Comes At Night is a perfect illustration of how A24 doesn't take its stories lightly. The plot takes its time, but the fear it instills in you lasts a long time.

9. Bird Box

Bird Box was a great dystopian horror thriller set in the future. The story follows a mother who must travel blindfolded with her children in order to get them to safety as they are pursued by unknown powers.

10. Velvet Buzzsaw

With this hilarious horror thriller, Dan Gilroy takes us on yet another fantastic adventure. The movie features a number of high points, with museum exhibits being used to kill the characters as they try to flee.

11. Gerald's Game

A list of horror films would be incomplete without at least one Stephen King adaptation. Due to the lack of battles, the plot was underappreciated, but the film ensured that the story had a profound psychological impact.

12. Hush

When you sit down to watch this, remember to lock your doors and close your windows. This one-time-only home invasion feature provides just the right amount of adrenaline.

13. Truth or Dare

Almost everyone has played Truth or Dare at some point in their lives. However, only the horror treatment of the games enhances the stakes and provides a pleasant experience.

14. Fear Street Part One: 1994

This trilogy does a good job of dealing with the theme of slasher horror films making a comeback. Give this a watch if you want a good time while watching a bloody movie.

15. A Classic Horror Story

The title of this film alone is enough to make you curious about what you might see in it. A Halloween nocturnal viewing of a classic horror story is recommended.

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