Get out your broomsticks and cauldrons because it’s almost the spookiest time of year!
There is something spectacular about the month of October. Perhaps it’s finding the beauty in all those decaying leaves. Perhaps it’s carving pumpkins, decorating with spiderwebs, or just binge-watching horror films with your friends and family!
Whatever makes you love October, Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without you and your friends freaking out with a few scary movies.
Around this time of the year, the air begins to feel a bit colder, so staying in for the evening grows that much more tempting.
In this article, you will find 25 Horror Films to Binge on Nextflix this Halloween. Without further ado, grab a bowl of popcorn and get ready for a month filled with screams, a few laughs, and perhaps a couple of nightmares!
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Follow the twisting horror tale between two music prodigies in The Perfection, a Netflix original film.
It was released in 2019 and is directed by Richard Shepard. This thriller movie has compelling performances by Allison Williams and Logan Browing, which helped land it a 72% Tomatometer rating.
Get ready to get spooked by the four-part anthology of short horror films, XX.
It is directed by not one but four different woman directors. Each of the short films includes traditional supernatural themes and is shown from a female point of view.
XX stars Natalie Brown, Johnathan Watton, and Melanie Lynskey.
Stephanie is an American horror film directed by Akiva Goldsman, and starring Shree Crooks, Frank Grillo, and Anna Torv.
The movie is about an abandoned little girl who is taken over by an evil supernatural force.
Once her parents return, they discover the malevolent entity lurking in their home and seek a way to get their daughter back.
Imagine falling asleep and waking up completely unable to speak or move your body. This is a real disorder called sleep paralysis.
The Nightmare is directed by Rodney Ascher and categorized under both documentary and horror genres.
The movie takes a deeper look into the temporary sleep paralysis disorder and tells a haunting tale along the way.