Enjoy Your Halloween with Movies
Streaming services were shaped to evidently facilitate watching TV and movies.
Millions of TV and movie fans have cut connections with cable and opted to stream their entertaining. But with so many choices these existences, it’s difficult to know when and where to go to for the content we want.
This is particularly true during a holiday, and with Halloween right around the corner, horror fans and fans of Halloween movies and shows are likely scrambling to find good movies and TV shows to add to their Halloween binge-watches.
Many networks will be broadcasting classic movies, sure.
Those Halloween movies and shows won’t air on our time, however on theirs. Netflix is the greatest spot for a huge assortment of rushes. The streaming organization has everything, from bounce panics to really keep-you-up around evening time highlights.
To help you find all the content you want this Halloween, we put together a list best Halloween movies and shows to watch right now.
Some of the following Netflix movies and shows you may have already heard about due to how popular they became, including The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor and The Mist movies.
Even if you’re always on top of everything Netflix has to offer, there may still be some Halloween movies and shows you have missed.
Read on and be sure to share with us if we missed any amusing and spooky (or terrifying) Halloween movies and shows.
The Haunting of Bly Manor
After an au pair’s terrible demise, Henry Wingrave appoints a young American nanny to care for his orphaned niece and nephew who reside at Bly Manor with the estate’s Chef Owen, groundskeeper Jamie and housekeeper, Mrs. Grose.
But all is not as it appears at the manor, and hundreds of years of dim privileged insights of adoration and misfortune are holding back to be uncovered in this chilling gothic sentiment. At Bly Manor, dead doesn’t mean gone
The Haunting of Hill House
This modern reimagining of the Shirley Jackson novel follows siblings who, as children, grew up in what would go on to become the most illustrious haunted house in the country..
Now adults, they are strained back together in the face of misfortune and must finally provoke the ghosts of their past. Some of those ghosts still lurk in their minds, while others may actually be tracking the shadows of Hill House.
When it comes to Netflix masterpieces, Gerald’s Game is on leading of the list. This movie truly caught me off-guard. I acknowledged a trigger cautioning from a friend before watching the movie, but I scrubbed that aside thinking, how bad can it be? I’m familiar with scary movies and the genre in general. I was wrong!
There’s a scene, in particular, that is extremely cringy! You may not see it coming. The villain in the movie is also more frightening than expected. But the biggest fear the movie installs is fear of the unknown.
Gerald’s Game follows an older couple, Gerald (Bruce Greenwood) and Jessie (Carla Gugino), who take a trip to their remote vacation home, hoping to rekindle the spark in their relationship. But a twisty game takes a turn for the worse — and the nightmare begins.
Carla Gugino’s performance is what makes and carries the movie to the chilling success that it is. The story is told completely from her character’s narrative and mind, which can really test an actor’s acting chops.
The Mist is one of the prevalent amazements, is that good or bad? All up to you! But I will say that this isn’t a movie for those who enjoy happy endings! Then again, I don’t think you would be on this list if that was the case!
The story follows David (Thomas Jane) and his son taking shelter inside a grocery store with other people from their town after a powerful storm creates a mist around them. The fog builds it incredible to see the intimidation that waits for them outside, but there are also dangers among them.
In the Tall Grass
Netflix’s In the Tall Grass is not a movie that’s for everybody. If you feel you’re in for a wild ride that’ll take you on more twists and turns than expected, I suggest you add it to your list of Halloween movies to watch. Otherwise, I’d skip it if you’re searching for a more straight-forward feature.
In the Tall Grass is an adaptation from Stephen King and Joe Hill’s novel of the same name. The story follows a pair of siblings, Becky (Layla De Oliveira) and Cal (Avery Whitted), who stop for a quick break to stretch their legs after a long drive.
They pull up next to a large grass field and hear the cries of a young boy asking for help. Not long after Becky and Cal enter the tall grass, they learn the boy is not alone and that they may never be able to escape.
If hospitals already freak you out, Fractured on Netflix won’t exactly help the paranoia. The mystery-drama follows a concept you may have already read about or seen before, but that doesn’t make the mystery any less entertaining or easier to solve!
For a movie that’ll keep you guessing until the final moments, watch Fractured. The movie stars Sam Worthington as Ray, a man who drives his family to the hospital after his young daughter suffers an accident.
When his daughter goes in to be checked out along with Ray’s wife, Joanne (Lily Rabe), they never return. Ray demands answers when the hospital staff claims that he entered the facility alone. Is Ray insane or is the sketchy hospital up to something?