• My last horrors-on-Netflix year (counting from Halloween as new year’s eve), has been way more productive than the previous one, this year I watched 65 horror movies on the service, while last year way less than this one.

    Last year I recorded only the memorable ones, but this one I’m writing down all the ones I watched. In the memorability sense, I would say that this year the quality went up, because I consider that most of the ones that watched had something memorable.


    “The Shallows”

    “Hocus Pocus”


    “Resident Evil Retribution”

    “Beyond the Aquila Rift” (Love, Death & Robots)”

    “Shape-Shifters” (Love, Death & Robots)

    “Sonnie’s Edge” (Love, Death & Robots)



    “Ghost Killers vs Bloody Mary”



    “What the Waters Left Behind”

    “Red Dragon”


    “Lights Out”


    “Amityville: The Awakening”

    “The Influence”

    “The Devil Complex”



    “Fear Dot Com”

    “Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III”

    “Ghost Rider”

    “The Mummy”

    “Insidious: Chapter 2”

    “He’s Out There”

    “Manson Family Vacation” (doc)

    “Marke of The Devil”

    “Voice from The Stone”

    “Insidious: Chapter 3”


    “When a Stranger Calls”

    “Final Girl”

    “The Amityville Murders”



    “The Thing”


    “Devil’s Gate”

    “The Perfection”

    “The Babysitter”


    “The Silence”



    “Ghost Stories”

    “May the Devil Take You”

    “The Open House”


    “Wish Upon”


    “Saw II”

    “Urban Legend”


    “Train to Busan”


    “The Devil All The Time”

    “Curse of Chucky”

    “Happy Death Day”

    “Hostel: Part III”


    “Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare: Extended Director’s Cut”

    I also watched, not a lot, but a considerable quantity of horror TV shows chapters.

    Horror Movies on Netflix that I watched Since Halloween 2018

    Horror movies on Netflix are not something that horror fans should ignore. Especially Netflix‘s original horror movies. If you love to watch horror movies, and you haven’t watched any of the ones on this list, go ahead and watch, I wager that you won’t be disappointed.

    I liked all these movies. I watched some others, but they were generally very forgettable fare.

    “Spawn: The Movie” (1997)

    “The Cave” (2005)

    “The Skeleton Key” (2005)  rewatch

    “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006)

    “I Spit on Your Grave” (2010)

    “The Wolfman” (2010)

    “House at The End of The Street” (2012)

    “Toy Story of Terror” (2013)

    “Jessabelle” (2014)

    “Creep” (2014)

    “The Similars” (2015)

    “The Witch” (2015)

    “Tales of Halloween” (2015)

    “Cell” (2016)

    “The Disappointments Room” (2016)

    “Errementari” (2017)

    “Revenge” (2017)

    “Little Evil” (2017)

    “Cam” (2018)

    “Apostle” (2018)

    “The Perfection” (2018)


    “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” (2018)

    “The Cloverfield Paradox” (2018)

    “Temple” (2019)


    “Conversations With a Killer”

    “Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers”

    “Remastered: Devil at The Crossroads”

    “Evil Genius”

    I guess just 24 worthy horror movies and a handful of documentaries a year is okay, considering that it’s just Netflix, not Shudder.

    Also, don’t forget Netflix’s horror TV shows, which is a considerable offer. I must have been watching four or five different horror shows on Netflix during the last year.


    I curate horror things for horror fans to discover them without hassle

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