While lighting up your pumpkins and collecting candies, Hope you didn’t miss out diving into the marvelous and spooktacular collection of movies at Netflix.
Netflix as always did its best in bringing a scary taste to the Halloween season. Hundreds of scary movies were available on Netflix to pick from, no matter what you were looking for. We have selected some best scary movies for you to watch this Halloween. Enjoy!
Directed by Steven Spielberg, story revolves around a Great White Shark who decides to make the small beach resort town of Amity his private feeding grounds. This greatly frustrates the town police chief who wants to close the beaches to chase the shark away. He is thwarted in his efforts by the town’s mayor who finally relents when nothing else seems to work and the chief, a scientist, and an old fisherman with revenge on his mind take to the sea to kill the beast.
Stars: Roy Sceider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss, Lorraine Gary
IMDb Rating: 8.0/10
Young Frankenstein (1974)
Turn on the heat of horror with this one of the best Halloween horror movie. The story goes like even insisting on having nothing to do with his ancestor, the infamous mad scientist Dr Victor Frankenstein, his lecturing brain surgeon grandson, Dr Frederick Frankenstein returns to Transylvania after inheriting the ancestral castle.
There, the good Dr Frederick after the unexpected discovery of his grandfather’s secret lab and his personal journals on the reanimation of the dead, he will be inspired to continue where his grandpa left off, with the help of the loyal hunchback servant, Igor, and the pretty laboratory assistant, Inga. Now, all that’s left to do to fulfil his destiny is to find a fresh cadaver, a fine human brain, and above all, a mighty bolt of lightning—Nick Riganas
Director: Mel Brooks
Star: Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn, Marty Feldman
IMDb Rating: 8.0/10
Corpse Bride (2005)
This one is a spooky family Halloween movie pick. When an arranged marriage between Victor Van Dort and Victoria Everglot reaches the rehearsals, Victor starts to worry. Spending time alone in the forest, Victor decides to practice on his own. Everything seems to go well, until he accidentally puts the ring upon the hand of a corpse. Before he knows it, Victor is in the land of dead and now has a corpse bride. Whilst everyone worries about who Victoria will marry in the land of the living, Victor desperately finds a way to get back—FilmFanUK
Directors: Tim Burton, Mike Johnson
Stars: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson
IMDb Rating: 7.4/10
When Billy Peltzer is given a small creature called a Mogwai by his father, he is unaware of the carnage he is about to encounter. There is a huge responsibility in looking after Gizmo as there are certain rules which must be followed. The Mogwai must be kept away from bright light, never made wet and never, ever be fed after midnight. When an accident occurs involving Gizmo and water, the next evolution stage of the Mogwai appears, and it isn’t nice at all- Film_Fan
Director: Joe Dante
Stars: Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton
IMDb Rating: 7.2/10
A man finds he is given more than he bargains for when he solves the puzzle of the Lament Configuration – a doorway to hell. But his ex-lover has found a way of bringing him back, and his niece, Kirsty Lawrence, finds herself bargaining with the Cenobites, angels to some, demons to others, whose greatest pleasure is the greatest pain – David Carroll
Director: Clive Barker
Stars: Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence
IMDb Rating: 7.0/10
The Babadook (2014)
Jennifer Kent has come up with this classic thriller, where, Amelia, a widow, who lost her husband in a car crash while on his way to the hospital to help give birth to their only son, Samuel. She now has to deal with bring a single mother and her sons constant fear of monsters. She soon discovers a children’s book titled “The Babadook”, not knowing how it got there, soon discovers that this children’s book character may be a sinister presence lurking around her home—Joss Oran
Director: Jennifer Kent
Star: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Daniel Henshall
IMDb Rating: 6.8/10
The Addams Family (1991)
A perfect match for Halloween movie night. The plot goes like that for 25 years uncle Fester has been missing. An evil doctor finds out and introduces a fake Fester in an attempt to get the Adams Family’s money. The youngest daughter has some doubts as to the sincerity of the new uncle Fester. The fake uncle adapts very well to the strange family. Can the doctor carry out her evil plans and take over the Adams Family’s fortune?
Director: Barry Sonnenfeld
Stars: Anjelica Huston, Raul Julia, Christopher Lloyd
IMDb Rating: 6.8/10
Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)
Your kids picked the right one if this comedy-Monster plot film was on your screen, this Halloween. The Dracula opens Hotel Transylvania’s doors to humans, things start changing for the better; however, Drac is secretly worried that his half-human grandson, Dennis, isn’t showing his vampire side. So, while Mavis and Johnny are away, Drac enlists his friends to help him put the boy through a “monster-in-training” boot camp. But things really get batty when Drac’s cantankerous, old-school dad (Mel Brooks) pays an unexpected visit.
IMDb Rating: 6.7/10
The story revolves around a deaf writer who made a bad decision of moving into woods in order to live a peaceful life. Soon she is engulfed in a situation to deal with a masked killer. A dangerous game of cat-and-mouse continues for the writer in order to survive the night.
Director: Mike Flanagan
Stars: John Gallagher Jr., Kate Siegel, Michael Trucco
IMDb Rating: 6.6/10
Curse of Chucky (2013)
After death her mother, a young woman in a wheelchair since birth, is forced to deal with her sister, brother-in-law, niece and their nanny as they say their goodbyes to mother. When people start turning up dead, Nica discovers the culprit might be a strange doll she received a few days earlier – Shawn Martin
Directors: Don Mancini
Stars: Chantal Quesnelle, Fiona Dourif, Jordan Gavaris
IMDb Rating: 5.7/10
So there are some classic horror movies that never get old and complete your Halloween night. Let us know which one you like to watch every Halloween in the comments below.