As Netflix’s library of films ebbs and flows, finding the right movie to watch can feel like bailing out an ocean with a spoon. And if you’re looking for a quality horror movie in particular, the search only gets harder. With the reality that Horror is one of the cheapest genres to produce (not to mention, a famous crowd-pleaser among the bored and looking for anything new crowd), streamers like Netflix are cluttered with a veritable tsunami of bloody titles that sometimes seem indistinguishable from one another.
If you’re looking for a good horror movie to watch on Netflix that will truly scare you, picking a final selection can prove a more daunting task than sitting through yet another “Haunting of Hill House” rewatch; with or without its beloved “Bly Manor” chaser. But while the streamer’s priorities seem to shift as quickly as its content selection grows, Netflix’s horror library remains a high point — with original triumphs, including Guillermo del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities” and a sizable offering of Mike Flanagan works, as well as plays in established franchises, like director David Blue Garcia’s “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (2022).
From classics and a few box office toppers to obscure foreign titles you might have never discovered without the all-powerful algorithm, there’s something for every horror fan to enjoy. Just take “The Fear Street Trilogy,” which tells a surprisingly simple tale that writer/director Leigh…
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