Everybody has a different process of watching horror movies. Some people like to curl up in that same old blanket they've had since they were a kid. Some people like to curl up to that same old teddy bear they've had since they were a kid. Hey, how you watch movies is your business.
As for what to watch, keep scrolling for our list of Netflix original horror movies.
Pro tip: Head to 7-11 for snacks before it gets dark out and your town is overridden by zombies. And if you want to watch these horror movies on Netflix without committing to a subscription just yet, check out this article on movie streaming platform free trials.
If you’re looking for a rather ridiculous scary movie recommendation, look no further than The Babysitter, one of the more popular horror movies on Netflix. What’s more relatable than witnessing your babysitter murder somebody?
A character-driven horror movie on Netflix that brings more life to the zombie genre (if that was ever possible)—a father searches the wild for someone willing to care and protect for his infant daughter. Cargo stars Martin Freeman and was directed by Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling.
This Netflix horror film follows a farmer (played by Thomas Jane) as he plans to murder his wife and decides to get the whole family involved by convincing his teenage son to participate. Director Zak Hilditch’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel has a 91% Tomatometer score, making it one of the best original Netflix horror movies to watch (according to critics and fans).
You might need to give yourself Parental Guidance for this Netflix horror movie. Cam features music from Oscar-nominated composer Gavin Brivik and pops a little more evil into the emerging technology-driven thriller genre. Despite only a low number of reviewers so far, it’s technically one of the best horror movies on Netflix (of their original productions) with a 93% Tomatometer score.
Definitely one of the scariest movies to stream on this Netflix movie list, The Platform follows a man as he checks himself into a secretive and experimental prison program that finds inmates stacked vertically on top of one another with a large hole in the middle leading to the bottom of the cell. This hole is also how the inmates are fed daily...presenting an interesting dive into human empathy. Phewf...
The Babysitter: Killer Queen
She’s back? If you got through The Babysitter, the sequel is even bloodier and closer in the horror spectrum to Final Destination than the first was. This time, however, The Babysitter: Killer Queen takes an unworldly turn from the first. Holding our breath for the third installment of this Netflix horror series.
I’m Thinking of Ending Things
Writer and director Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) concocted this Netflix original horror film about a young woman who realizes something isn’t right when she visits her new boyfriend’s secluded parents farm.
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