The 25 Best Horror Films On Netflix Streaming, Ranked

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Halloween is the only time it’s okay to place skeletons and tombstones in your front yard without your neighbors calling the police, but it’s not just about decorations and disturbing outfits. Much of the fun in Halloween comes from forcing yourself through the corridors of a haunted house or curling up in a ball in front of your TV, peeking through your fingers to catch the faint gestures of a maniac with a large knife.

For the latter, Netflix is a great platform for a meat-cleaving marathon of great horror films. From ghosts to vampires, zombies, and monsters, just about every morbid fantasy your demented mind can conjure has representation in film. Forget Googling all the movies in the horror menu — we’ve already watched the best horror movies on Netflix, and here they are ranked from beastly to blood-curling. Now, sit back, heat up some pizza, and ignore the ghoul standing ominously at the end of your driveway.

Related: The 50 Best Movies On Netflix, Ranked

25) The Road (2011)

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This horror/murder mystery from the Philippines boasts a spooky, beautiful, and tense atmosphere. When a group of teenagers travel down a deserted road, they encounter something that may be otherworldly. After investigators find their singed vehicle, the case takes them deeper into the secrets of the road, home to many stories of vanishings and murders.

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