Halloween falls in October, but horror lovers can not wait till then to get tricks and treats. A true horror lover watches horror movies at any time of the year. Anyone can sit back and enjoy their favorite movie from the comfort of the couch on Netflix. Here is a list of the best ten horror movies on Netflix right now.
1. Fear Street Part One: 1994 (2021)
Fear Street Part One: 1994 is an American teen slasher film. Leigh Janiak directed this movie, while Phil Graziadei and Leigh Janiak have written the script of the movie. The story of this R-rated movie takes place in a city named Shadyville. The people of that town believe that all the creepy things happening in Shadyville has a connection with a witch’s curse. The story of that curse was covered in the third movie. This movie is the story of a teenage group who became the target of marked men.
2. 1BR (2020)
1BR is another American horror movie that was released in 2020. David Marmor directed the movie, and he prepared the script of the movie too. This movie was on Netflix’s top 10 list since it was released on Netflix. The creepy story of this movie is about a young lady who recently moves to a new apartment in Los Angeles. Soon that lady finds out that her new neighbors are not normal as they seem.
3. Crimson Peak (2015)
Crimson Peak is an old-school horror drama movie. It is a gothic romance movie. Guillermo del Toro directed this movie and helped Matthew Robbins in writing its script. Tom Hiddleston, aka Marvel’s Loki, has played the lead character in this R-rated movie. This movie was a great hit as it did huge business and was nominated for three awards in the 21st Empire Awards.
4. Insidious (2010)
Insidious is an American supernatural horror film that was released in 2010. James Wan directed this movie, and Leigh Whannell prepared the script of the movie. This movie follows a concept of a haunted house; though the concept was not new, everything else was amazing in the movie. Hence it established the franchise.
5. 1922 (2017)
1922 is an American horror drama movie that was released in 2017. Zak Hilditch directed the movie and prepared the script of this movie as the plot of the movie was based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name. This movie was all about the manipulation of a teenager for killing his mother. After that killing, all the unfortunate incidents started, and the chain of those events was shown in that movie.
6. Child’s Play 2 (1990)
Child’s Play 2 is an American teen slasher film that was released in 1990. This movie was the sequel of Child’s Play. John Lafia directed this movie, and Don Manchini prepared the script of this movie. The movie was based on characters like Chucky, created by Don Mancini.
7. Bride of Chucky (1998)
Bride of Chucky is an American teen slasher film that was released in 1998. Ronny Yu directed this movie, and Don Manchini prepared the script of this movie. The movie was based on characters like Chucky, created by Don Mancini. Bride of Chucky was a huge hit for the franchise.
8. Apostle (2018)
Apostle is a Netflix Original film. It falls under the period horror movie genre that was released in 2018. Gareth Evans was the director and writer of the movie. This movie was a story of a man who tries to rescue his sister who was stuck with a cult group.
9. The Block Island Sound (2020)
If a horror lover is a fan of the science of fiction too, then he must like The Block Island Sound movie that was released in 2020. Matthew McManus and Kevin McManus directed the movie, and the duo wrote the script of the movie too. It is a slow mystery thriller movie.
10. The Conjuring (2013)
Every horror fan knows the franchise The Conjuring, which is a supernatural horror drama movie, which was released in 2013. James Wan directed the movie while Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes had written the plot of the movie. This movie was motivated by some real incidents.
In the above list best horror movies available on Netflix in July 2021 are covered. If you are a huge fan of horror movies, then this list can add few movies to your watch list.
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