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Halloween haunts you need to stream this spooky season

Halloween and streaming do go hand in hand. Halloween is just around the corner, and outside from the crazy costumes and sugary snacks, Halloween is the perfect time to binge watch all the horror films your little heart desires. But that doesn’t mean you need to run to the theater or scour your dusty DVD collection for your favorite haunts. Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime have stocked their October line-up with screams and scenes that will truly leave you terrified. Here’s your 2019 streaming guide to keep your screen set to horror this spooky season.

Netflix

“Carrie”
Prom queen and pig’s blood, need I say more?

“Insidious”
Haunted home and creepy kids.

“Scream,” “Scream 2,” “Scream 3” and “Scream 4”
A scary movie that could actually happen.

“Train to Boston”
A zombie outbreak in South Korea leaves few survivors in its wake.

“Under the Shadow”
Horror meets real-life in this Iran-Iraq war thriller.

“The Witch”
A witch, burn her at the stake and all the jazz.

“The Conjuring”
Who knew confronting a powerful demon could be so fun?

Hulu

Mother!”
One woman’s peaceful existence gets disrupted when her husband invites a creepy couple and their kids into their Victorian mansion.

“Rosemary’s Baby”
The ultimate Antichrist baby.

“A Quiet Place”
Silence is the scariest virtue of them all.

“Hounds of Love”
A girl struggles to escape a couple who have kidnapped her as their plan to murder her looms.

“Child’s Play”
Chuckie! And I’m not talking Finster.

“Hellraiser”
Think acupuncture gone wrong.

“Children of the Corn”
There’s not much that could be scarier than children wafting through fields of corn, besides their creepy cult of course.

“Invasion of the Body Snatchers”
Plant-like pods from outer space replace people, a.k.a. the robots of our future.

“The Amityville Horror”
A couple tries to fight off a demonic presence in their home.

“The Evil Dead” and “The Evil Dead II”
Nothing good ever happens in a cabin out in the woods.

Amazon

“Night of the Living Dead”
Radiation leaves behind a group of blood-thirsty zombies ready to feast.

“It Comes at Night”
An apocalypse creates unlikely friends that could end up as enemies.

The “Friday the 13th” series
The hockey mask that launched a million nightmares.

“Black Christmas”
Sorority sisters are stalked by a  holiday-time stranger

“Hereditary”
The sinister fate of a family is revealed after their matriarch passes away.

“Suspiria”
A witchy dance crew slowly hypnotizes even the greatest of doubters in their cult.

“The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari”
A man in a cabinent. Doesn’t sound scary, but this 1921 film is a creepy classic.

 

 

 

MV Staff
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