Last Updated: April 25th
Halloween brings horror binging where you can find it. If you don’t want to stay decade-specific with the 1980s and ’90s, Hulu has got you covered. The streaming service its reputation with its TV offerings, but it’s quietly turned into a fine place to watch movies, horror movies included. We didn’t have to look too hard to find some scary must-sees, from bona fide classics to cult favorites. So here are the 10 best horror movies on Hulu right now.
Children Of The Corn (1984)
Based on the short story by Stephen King, Children Of The Corn is set in the fictitious town of Gatlin, Nebraska, where children are drawn to ritualistically murder both the local adults and hapless passers-by to ensure a plentiful corn harvest. They act on the whims of “He who walks behind the rows,” a mysterious, bloodthirsty deity. The film’s become something of a cult classic, spawning eight sequels, as well as a TV remake in 2009 that more closely followed King’s original story.
The Autopsy Of Jane Doe (2016) (Requires Showtime add-on)
Trollhunters‘ director André Øvredal helms this minimalist horror film set entirely in the basement of a morgue. After the body of a young woman arrives, a coroner (Brian Cox) and his son (Emile Hirsch) begin their routine procedure, they’re soon overcome by a supernatural force. Trapped in their basement, the father/son team must work to figure out the secrets that this corpse is hiding, as well as how they’re going to be able to survive the night.