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Are you missing the adrenaline rush you get from riding a roller coaster?
How about a story that makes you think about something you’ve never even imagined before? If you want your senses to tingle from the comfort of your home, you might be looking for a great horror film. Between chilling sound design, a haunting soundtrack, properly used camera angles, low lighting, and a great monster/creature/ghost, horror films can be one of the most exhilarating experiences you can have without leaving your couch. A good scary story can be a great experience.
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If it’s something special and original, so we’ve compiled a list of the best ones you can watch right now on Netflix.
7. The Fear Of Street trilogy
Got a thing for slasher movies? Does the image of a scary knife-wielding maniac sound like it would add some excitement to your Friday night? Then the Fear Street trilogy is for you. With three stories set in different time periods (1994, 1978, and 1666), the series follows the tradition of horror staples like Scream, Friday the 13th, and The Witch. It also features one of the greatest on-screen kills of all time. (Watch Part 1, you’ll know which one.)
6. The chilling Adventure Of Sabrina
Do you remember Archie comics? The ones that serve as the foundation for the phenomenal Riverdale? Well, in 2018, Sabrina the teenage witch – one of the original Archie members – received her own, modern update. It could’ve gone in many directions, but what we got in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a dark, horrific, satanic-inspired retelling of the teenage witch’s exploits – filled to the brim with gore, teen drama, and more than enough pentagrams and goats than you can shake a stick at.
The fear of clowns is a very real thing, even if it’s become so commonplace to announce it that it feels disingenuous. If you need any further evidence, we direct you to the box office haul of 2017’s IT, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, which went on to beat The Exorcist’s 44-year record as the highest-grossing horror film ever.
Hear me out: When disconnected from the main film franchise, the Scream series is actually quite the sleeper surprise, and it boasts all the hallmarks of the original films: teen drama, references to horror classics, and lots (lots) of death. Sure, the first two seasons don’t feature the iconic Ghostface or voice (gotta wait until Season 3 for those), but the story it tells is Riverdale-level addicting.
3. His house
Nothing sucks the energy out of horror than movies that withhold on horror. Movies can scare audiences in a variety of ways, of course, but at the very least a horror movie can be is scary instead of screwing around. Remi Weekes’ His House doesn’t screw around. The film begins with a tragedy, and within 10 minutes of that opening handily out-grudges The Grudge by leaving ghosts strewn on the floor and across the stairs where his protagonists can trip over them. Ultimately, this is a movie about the inescapable innate grief of immigrant stories, a companion piece to contemporary independent cinema like Jonas Carpignano’s Mediterranea.
2. The conjuring
Featuring homages to classic horror movies in its cinematography, sound design, lighting, and music, director James Wans’ The Conjuring is exactly as scary as you might expect it to be. Two paranormal investigators and demonologists named Ed Patrick Wilson and Lorraine Vera Farmiga Warren are asked to look into the Perron home, where spirits, unlike anything they’ve ever seen before haunt and torment the family due to events that took place in that house.
A grieving family is haunted by tragic and disturbing occurrences.
When her mentally ill mother passes away, Annie (Toni Collette), her husband (Gabriel Byrne), her son (Alex Wolff), and her daughter (Milly Shapiro) all mourn her loss. The family turn to different means to handle their grief, including Annie and her daughter both flirting with the supernatural. They each begin to have disturbing, otherworldly experiences linked to the sinister secrets and emotional trauma that have been passed through the generations of their family.
Ready To Freaked Out
Horror movies have no limit on enjoyment. As one of the most prolific and profitable subgenres in cinema, audiences are always in the mood for some spooky scaries. Fortunately, thanks to the accessibility of streaming services, places like Netflix are home to a plethora of chilling choices. Between original offerings and licensed titles, there’s a horror movie for anyone and everyone. To get you started, we’ve tracked down some of the must-see horror titles currently available to stream on Netflix. Oh, and when you’re done here, be sure to also check out the others informative articles in tips Nepal.