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Netflix’s streaming service has long been doing God’s work for the horror genre, updating its vaults with new content and old classic alike to make a whole new type of Netflix and chill with its shiver-including library. Then the popularity with big-name brands and reliable favorites like The Conjuring or The Exorcist, it’s easy to look over the little guys lurking on the sidelines, either produced independently to little fanfare or by Netflix themselves.

The Conjuring

In one of the most creative, robust periods horror genre continues through. so the question rises what you can see and what you can skip. Then talk is honest for all the honest fans: A lot of the genre we love is garbage. But we patiently weed thought the trash to find the hidden game.

Then what you just want to fear full best horror movies on Netflix? This Stephen King adaption is one of those that seeps into your blood and poison it. Thomas Jane stars as Wilfred James, a provincial man who manipulates his teenage son (Dylan Schmid) into helping Kill his mother (Molly Parker) so she can’t take her share of the family’s money and ship off to the big city-effectively leaving their farm to die.

The Exorcist


A simple recipe for creating a horror movie: Take good of people, strand them in one location, add monsters, and shake it up. Set in South Korea, The film begins with a variety of people, Then including workaholic businessman Seok-woo (Gong Yoo) and his daughter, boarding a train for Busan. An outbreak of Zombie flu is striking Korea that morning, and one of the passengers on the train is inflected.

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