As Halloween approaches, there’s much to be excited about: crafting homemade Halloween costumes for children, pumpkin decorating ideas, telling spooky ghost tales, perfecting these Halloween cake recipes—the list goes on and on. However, as of October 31 approaches, one of the most classic things to do is to watch a couple of the best Halloween movies available on Netflix (and then spend the next week sleeping with every light on in the house).
Thankfully, there are many shocks to go around with this Netflix collection of Halloween movies, and they’re sure to please a wide range of fans. For those who love a little intrigue, thrillers are always a hit, while those who are a little more daring might enjoy a famous horror film with these 20 best Halloween films.
We encourage you to utilize this list as a starting point. The lowest-rated films are in the “fun-bad” category, which is imperfect but easy to appreciate for many reasons. Obviously, the highest-rated films are must-sees.
- 1 1. The Exorcist
- 2 2. There’s Someone Inside Your House
- 3 3. The Haunting of Hill House
- 4 4. Fear Street Part 1: 1994
- 5 5. Midnight Mass
- 6 6. The Conjuring
- 7 7. I’m Thinking of Ending Things
- 8 8. The Conjuring 2
- 9 9. Gerald’s Game
- 10 10. The Babysitter
- 11 11. Hubie Halloween
- 12 12. The Ring
- 13 13. Sinister
- 14 14. The Platform
- 15 15. Sinister II
1. The Exorcist
A visiting actress in Washington, D.C. detects remarkable and dangerous changes in her 12-year-old daughter’s behavior and physical appearance. Meanwhile, while dealing with his mother’s terminal illness, a young priest at neighboring Georgetown University begins to doubt his faith. Finally, at the story’s conclusion, a feeble, elderly priest understands the need for a showdown with an old evil enemy.
2. There’s Someone Inside Your House
A masked assailant is torturing high school kids by exposing their deepest secrets, and a team of outsiders has banded together to stop him. This new Netflix original is inspired by Stephanie Perkins’ best-selling novel.
3. The Haunting of Hill House
Hugh and Olivia Crain, along with their five children Steven, Shirley, Theodora (Theo), Luke, and Eleanor (Nell), move into Hill House in the summer of 1992 to repair the mansion in terms of selling it and build their own house, which Olivia designed. However, they are forced to stay longer owing to unanticipated renovations, and they begin to witness more unexplained events, resulting in a devastating loss and the family fleeing the property. After another tragedy strikes the Crain siblings and their estranged father twenty-six years later, they are forced to face how their time in Hill House has influenced each of them.
4. Fear Street Part 1: 1994
For hundreds of years, a town has been haunted, and a group of teenagers team together to break the curse. This is the first chapter of a series based on R.L. Stine’s books. Fear Street Part 2: 1978 and Fear Street Part 3: 1666 are recommended as follow-ups.
5. Midnight Mass
Every islander on Midnight Mass’ Crockett Island feels beset by calamity. The recent oil spill nearly wiped off the island’s fish supply, causing the local fishing industry to collapse.
In defiance of the ocean’s elements, their houses fracture and peel. Due to a lack of opportunities, the vast majority of the population has abandoned the island, leaving only a few survivors. They can only go to the mainland on two ferries. Hope is scarce, and a massive storm is brewing on the horizon.
Everything else about this seven-episode Netflix series is a complete spoiler, but what can be revealed is that despite its supernatural elements, Midnight Mass (made by The Haunting’s Mike Flanagan in his most recent collaboration with Netflix) is a drama that digs inwardly rather than outside.
Midnight Mass is concerned with horrors within: compulsive disorders, secret histories, and questions of tolerance and belief, with both the physical claustrophobia of Crockett’s setting and the psychological agony of characters, placed front and center.
At first glance, it appears to be a serial that profits from Catholic guilt. In another, it’s a measured, yet eerie look at group psychology, the need for faith in sadness, and the ethics of leadership with such susceptible followers, debating whether these drives constitute human virtue, evil, or nothing at all.
6. The Conjuring
Carolyn and Roger Perron moved their family into a derelict Rhode Island farmhouse in 1971, and weird things begin to happen around it, increasing into terrifying nightmarish fear. Carolyn enlists the help of renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren to investigate the residence.
What the Warrens find is a whole area engulfed in a diabolical enchantment that is now pursuing the Perron family wherever they go. To put an end to this evil, the Warrens will have to summon all of their abilities and spiritual strength to confront this phantom threat at its source, which threatens to wipe out everyone involved.
7. I’m Thinking of Ending Things
A young woman (Jessie Buckley) goes on a road trip with her new lover (Jesse Plemons) to his family farm, despite having doubts about their relationship.
Having Jake’s mother (Toni Collette) and father (David Thewlis) stuck at the farm during a snowfall, the young woman begins to doubt the nature of everything she believed or understood about her lover, herself, and the universe.
I’m THINKING OF ENDING THINGS is directed and written by Academy Award® winner Charlie Kaufman and explores regret, longing, and the fragility of the human soul (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind). Iain Reid’s bestselling novel of the same name served as inspiration.
8. The Conjuring 2
Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigators, travel to London, England, in 1977, wherein single mother Peggy Hodgson fears that something bad is in her home.
When Peggy’s youngest daughter begins to show signs of paranormal activity, Ed and Lorraine try to heal her, only to find themselves being pursued by the evil spirits.
9. Gerald’s Game
Wife Jessie must battle long-buried demons within her own mind – and maybe lurking in the shadows of her seemingly vacant house – as a playful game between a married couple in a remote retreat turns into a terrible fight for survival.
10. The Babysitter
Cole (Judah Lewis) adores Bee (Samara Weaving), his babysitter. She’s attractive, humorous, and well-liked. Cole covertly stays up past his bedtime one night in a show of defiance, only to learn she’s a cold-blooded killer working for the Devil.
He’ll have to spend the rest of the night avoiding Bee’s gang of assassins, who will stop at nothing to keep Cole from revealing their dark secret. Cole is the only one who can make it through the night (and blow up a few people along the way).
11. Hubie Halloween
12. The Ring
Rachel Keller is a journalist who is looking into a recording that may have resulted in the deaths of four teens (including her niece). The spectator will die seven days after watching this tape, according to urban mythology. If the legend is true, Rachel will have to race against the clock to save both her kid and herself.
Ellison Oswalt, a crime writer, moves his family into a house where a horrific crime occurred previously, but his family is unaware. He begins his investigation with the aim of producing a book on the incident. To further his investigation, Oswalt investigates video footage he uncovers in the house, but he quickly discovered more than he hoped for.
14. The Platform
A strange location, an unreachable jail, a vast chasm. There are an undetermined number of levels. On each floor, there are two inmates. A lowering platform with enough food for everyone. An inhuman struggle for survival, but also a chance to unite
15. Sinister II
Dylan has nightmares and is haunted by ghostly kids led by the boy Milo at a farmhouse near a farm field where Ellison Oswalt lived.
Dylan currently lives with Courtney Collins, who has recently left her violent husband, and his brother Zach, and is forced to view home movies in Super 8 of families being slain by the ghosts in the basement.
To safeguard other families, ex-Deputy So & So is investigating Bughuul’s crime spree and burning down the houses where the slain families lived. When he arrives at the farmhouse, he discovers Courtney and her two sons living there.
He claims to be a private investigator, and he defends her against her ex-attempt husband’s to keep the children with him. After that, he begins a relationship with Courtney.
Meanwhile, Dylan informs the ghosts that he will not be seeing any more videos, but Zach, the ghosts’ true choice, takes his place. When their father obtains a court order granting him custody of the children, Courtney is compelled to accompany them.
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