10 Horror Films On Netflix Proper Now That’ll Scare You Foolish

This weekend, the film Better Watch Out arrives in theaters, all dressed up in its best cheesy Christmas sweater — and lined in blood. Steffen Hantke, ed. American Horror Movie: The Genre at the Turn of the Millennium (College Press of Mississippi; 2010), 253 pages. Although it has a few moments of goofiness, this can be a real intestine punch of a horror film. The premise is straightforward: a group of entrepreneurs have created a horror house for frat boys and others to scare themselves silly in. The problem is, the house truly seems to be haunted.

Effectively, 2017 has introduced us loads of great scares at the films already and there are more to return as we inch closer to October 31, so we’re bringing you the ten scariest ones as part of our 31 Days of Halloween countdown. This anthology series has turn into a considerably underground hit among the horror audience, as it positively packed a punch and delivered some creative and creepy tales.

Director David Slade could have misplaced a bit of kudos by making a Twilight film but his first proper stab at horror was a decent one. I have to confess upfront that I …