Horror Movies

Escape the Horrors of Daily News With These Must-Watch Horror Flicks!

How many weeks have you been in self-isolation now? Two? Three? However long it is, you’re probably searching for more things to watch on streaming services than you ever have before. And if you’re a horror enthusiast, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve got five must-watch (or re-watch!) horror films to get you through the COVID-19 pandemic!

 

Creep
Source: IMDB

Creep

This film follows a videographer, Aaron, while he takes a job recording a series of videos for a man with incurable brain cancer, Josef, who wants to leave them for his future son. Josef’s behavior becomes more and more worrisome as the plot progresses, which drives Aaron to get the hell out of dodge.

Available on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video

 

Sinister

Elliot Oswalt moves his family into a home where a family was murdered for the sake of research on the murders and for his writing. But after finding a collection of super 8 videos that indicate the murders may be connected to a serial killer Elliot finds himself and his family in more danger than he could have imagined. 

Available on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube

 

V/H/S
Source: IMDB

V/H/S

A ragtag group is hired to break into a home and steal a mysteriously valuable videotape but their simple task takes a dark turn. The crew encounters a dead body and plenty of creepy old televisions, but the real kicker is the tape they’ve acquired. Each short on the tape becomes more strange and terrifying than the last.

Available on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube

 

Grave Encounters

A paranormal investigation team plans to spend the night in a haunted asylum that has had reports of unexplained phenomena. It doesn’t take long for them to realize that there is a sinister presence in the building. Running through hall after hall, the crew understands that the asylum has no intention of letting them leave.

Available on Amazon Prime Video

Hell House
Photo Credit: Cognetti Films

Hell House LLC

A group of haunted house enthusiasts decides to open an attraction of their own: Hell House. Of course, nothing quite goes as planned and pretty soon it becomes evident that they are not alone in the house. Five years later, a documentary crew sits down with a survivor to get an inside look at the haunted attraction. 

Available on Amazon Prime Video

 

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