Although this film was released almost 40 years ago, people are still fixated on Freddy Krueger — the clawed killer who creeps into the night and butchers his victims.
In a remake of the classic slasher flick, a group of teenage camp counselors raise the ire of a masked, homicidal maniac.
What would a list of the best Halloween films be without Halloween itself?! With a classic murder spree storyline, this one’s a must-watch during your spooky antics.
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If it has Tim Burton’s name slapped on it, you can guarantee you’ll be in for a treat. In this tale, the main character is whisked off to the land of the dead by a Corpse Bride.
Let’s be honest, who hasn’t seen The Addams Family? Following the 1960s TV series, members of the beloved family took to the big screen.
Dracula, who owns the Hotel Transylvania resort for monsters, attempts to keep his daughter from falling in love with a human.
Based on true events, The Conjuring documents the chilling encounters a family has with spirits in their farmhouse.
Imagine moving into your new home, only to discover a bunch of videotapes containing the brutal murders of victims that stood within the same four walls as you.
What’s a horror film without a haunted house? Insidious follows the journey of a family hoping to leave their troubled past behind…only to discover their house was never haunted, but their eldest son is.
We all know how the hit horror film franchise goes, but what about the TV series adaptation? Keep your eyes peeled for the suspects and victims of a killer who’s out for blood.
An anthology of stories starring the same beloved cast each season. Start by unlocking the keys to a murder house and finish at a serial killer summer camp.
Set in 1947, a psychiatric nurse at a leading mental institution hides a growing darkness beneath her stylish exterior, before turning into a full-fledged monster infront of her patients.
So, grab your popcorn, trick or treat sweets, and get comfy, for a different kind of Netflix and chill.