From the paranormal phenomena and sinister characters that haunted their victims from the titles of yesteryear, today the top horror movies available in streaming They offer more psychological arguments: They are capable of stressing your emotions, they surprise you when you least expect it and offer unexpected twists in their plot.
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If what you are looking for is a terror marathon, you are in the right place. We’ve collected the best horror movies from Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Hulu, and Star Plus, so your only concern is screaming in fright when the time comes.
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Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) are married and form a paranormal investigation team. However, they decide to leave the business after Lorraine received a harrowing vision of her spouse’s death during a visit to the infamous Amityville home. A year later, the Hodgson family of London begins to experience a series of paranormal events after Janet (Madison Wolfe) played with a Ouija board. As events in the house grow more sinister, media coverage of the unrest reaches the Warrens, who decide to travel to London to help the beleaguered family. But the Hodgson investigation could be the last. In this sequel to The Conjuring, James Wan doesn’t back down from his directing skills.
Rotten Tomatoes: 80%
Distribution: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Frances O ‘Connor
director: James Wan
Duration: 133 minutes
Staying away from wicked old puzzle boxes is a strict rule that everyone should follow. However, Frank (Sean Chapman) ignores them. After buying and playing with a wooden cryptex, a horde of demons known as cenobites come to visit him. Dragged into a realm of pain and torture, his brother (Andrew Robinson) and his wife (Clare Higgins) move into the residence of the late Frank. However, a drop of blood awakens his remains. Based on the novel The Hellbound Heart by Clive Barker, Hellraiser combines graphic visual effects and a relentless narrative.
Rotten tomatoes: 72%
Distribution: Andrew Robinson, Ashley Laurence, Clare Higgins
director: Clive Barker
Duration: 93 minutes
There have been several adaptations of The invisible man, but this one has the most original twist. Elisabeth Moss plays Cecilia Kass, a woman desperate to escape her abusive relationship with Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). When Adrian commits suicide, Cecilia becomes convinced that he faked his death and somehow continues to torment her like an invisible force. The terrifying moments occur when the audience can see that Cecilia’s invisible tormentor is too real and willing to hurt everyone he loves.
Rotten Tomatoes: 91%
Distribution: Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer, Michael Dorman
director: Leigh Whannell
Duration: 124 minutes
Set in a coastal community in England, this film stars Morfydd Clark as Maud, a Roman Catholic nurse. When the agency she works for assigns her to care for a cancer-stricken dancer (Jennifer Ehle), Maud seizes the opportunity to impose her faith on the patient. However, she is soon disinterested. Having no one to share her religious dogma with, Maud retreats into an inner world of madness and confusion as disturbing events from her past reemerge through visions and visits from a former friend.
Rotten tomatoes: 93%
Distribution: Morfydd Clark, Jennifer Ehle, Lily Frazer
director: Rose Glass
Duration: 84 minutes
Welcoming a mother’s new romantic partner is never easy, especially when there is something otherworldly about the new “member” of the family. On What Lies Below, Libby (Ema Horvath) meets her mother’s new boyfriend, John (Trey Tucker). Although he is an endearing man on the surface, Libby suspects that there is something strange. What Lies Below It owes its narrative and performances to a series of sci-fi mixes we saw earlier. That said, Duemmler’s unique vision is powerful enough to take this horror movie to the top.
Rotten Tomatoes: fifty%
Distribution: Ema Horvath, Trey Tucker, Mena Suvari
Director: Brandon R. Duemmler
Duration: 87 minutes
Lupita (Adriana Barraza) is a resident of the Oak Springs retirement community. Living his days in peace, the idyllic place falls into darkness when the enigmatic Mr. Big (Richard Brake) becomes the new manager. Feeling that evil is on the march, Lupita and her companions unite to finish off the evildoer. However, as the bodies begin to accumulate, older people realize that they may be entrenched in a hell from which they will not be able to escape. Bingo hell It is not a world class cinema, but it is a perfect show for horror fans.
Rotten tomatoes: 53%
Distribution: Adriana Barraza, L. Scott Caldwell, Richard Brake
Director: Gigi Saul Guerrero
Duration: 85 minutes
The scientist and successful plastic surgeon Robert Ledgard (Antonio Banderas) is a tormented man. His wife died a few years ago, and since then he has been working to achieve skin that can withstand burns, cuts or any other type of external damage. When he thinks he has her, he puts her to the test on his particular guinea pig: a mysterious and volatile woman who holds the key to his obsession. As he perfects his groundbreaking invention, the scientific community is becoming increasingly skeptical. Obviously, Ledgarg has not gotten where it is for free.
Rotten Tomatoes: 81%
Distribution: Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya, Marisa Paredes, Jan Cornet
director: Pedro Almodovar
Duration: 120 minutes
Former policeman James Lasombra (James Badge Dale), affected by the violent deaths of his wife and son, begins to investigate the strange disappearance of the daughter of his friend Nora (Marin Ireland). After some events, Lasombra begins to suspect that the incident could be related to a supernatural entity.
Rotten Tomatoes: 73%
Distribution: James Badge Dale, Owen Teague, Marin Ireland, Stephen Root, Joel Courtney
director: David Prior
Duration: 137 minutes
Starring Florence Pugh (Midsommar, Black widow) and Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Malevolent tells the story of a fraudulent duo of brothers who allegedly investigate paranormal phenomena and are hired to eliminate spirits from a haunted estate. However, everything changes when the decrepit farm hides horrible secrets. A chilling “haunted house” movie that doesn’t break the mold, but satisfies those seeking this approach.
Rotten Tomatoes: fifty%
Distribution: Florence Pugh, Celia Imrie, Ben Lloyd-Hughes
Director: Olaf de Fleur Johannesson
Duration: 88 minutes
Imagine the Day of the Marmot, but where the place and not the time is what catches the protagonists. On Vivarium, Tom (Jesse Eisenberg) and Gemma (Imogen Poots) search for a home to establish their roots. However, they ignore that the community they visit turns into a limitless world of identical houses, forcing them to settle. Trapped in this unknown world, they become parents of a child who has been left in their new home along with instructions: “Raise the child and be released.” The problem is that the boy turns out to be a little demon who grows more powerful than them, leaving the couple terrified and wondering when they will return to normal.
Rotten tomatoes: 72%
Distribution: Imogen Poots, Jesse Eisenberg, Danielle Ryan, Molly McCann
director: Lorcan Finnegan
Duration: 97 minutes
James Wan, the director of Saw may have made the leap from horror to blockbusters like Aquaman, but Malignant It brings you back to a genre you know well. Wan also co-wrote the story about Madison “Maddie” Mitchell (Annabelle Wallis), a woman whose life has been haunted by haunting visions since she was young. In the present, Maddie is pregnant with her first child, also trapped in an abusive marriage with Derek (Jake Abel). After her childhood friend Gabriela (Marina Mazepa) reappears in her life, Maddie realizes that her murder visions might be more real than she wants to admit.
Rotten tomatoes: 70%
Distribution: Annabelle Wallis, Maddie Hasson, George Young, Michole Briana White
director: James Wan
Duration: 111 minutes
This sci-fi horror film follows the adventures of Tasya Vos (Andrea Riseborough), a hitman hired to take out high-level corporate executives who uses a very particular, sadistic and brutal method to eliminate her victims: take control of their bodies using brain implant technology.
Rotten tomatoes: 90%
Distribution: Andrea Riseborough, Christopher Abbott, Tuppence Middleton
director: Brandon Cronenberg
Duration: 102 minutes
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