If you are the type of person who has strong feelings and does not mind a little sleep at night, here is a list of horror movies that you can find on Netflix that will definitely suit the bravest.
“His House” directed by Remy Wakes is one of the best horror films of 2020. Its story revolves around two South Sudanese refugees who escape to the UK for a better chance in life.
While trying to get used to their new homeland, they discover that something supernatural from their homeland has followed them to Europe. The horror in his “house” is caused not only by the supernatural entity, but also by the xenophobia of the local population and strong feelings such as guilt, pain and abandonment.
“Street of Fear” trilogy
Based on the popular series of books of the same name written by RL Stine (the same author of Goosebumps), the “Fear Street” trilogy tells a single story set over 300 years in a small US town called Shadyside.
In that place, terrible murders happen from time to time in such an inexplicable way that most of them go unpunished. Each tape takes place in a different time period, but the goal of the heroes is very clear in each of them: to discover the identity of the Shadyside Witch before she finds them and kills them all.
Director David Bleu Garcia brought this remake that pays homage to Toby Hopper’s original work by focusing more on primal fear than supernatural fear, with a skinny face that is more aggressive and predatory.
Jessica Biel completes this horror story with a stunning performance, making the audience feel scared and desperate to escape psychopathy and save her life.
The tape is reminiscent of “The Wicker Man” from 1973, because in a similar way to that story, “Apostle” follows Thomas Richardson, a man who tracks his sister’s path to a mysterious island.
The girl was kidnapped by a dangerous religious sect demanding a ransom. When Thomas enters the heart of the island, he discovers that something very dark and disturbing is happening there, and he must fight for it to save his sister and his life.
For a time, this Stephen King story was thought to be impossible to adapt into a series or movie, until Mike Flanagan came along and proved the opposite.
The director of “The Haunting of Hill House”, “The Haunting of Bly Manor”, “Hush” and “Doctor Sleep” have also successfully manipulated the story of “Gerald’s Game” to shatter all its terrifying potential.
This film tells the story of Jesse and Gerald, a married couple who travel to a cabin in the middle of the woods to get a second chance at their relationship.
There Gerald proposes to his partner to tie her hands to the bed, which she accepts. Everything seems to be going well until the guy dies of a heart attack, so from that moment the fight for Jesse’s survival begins.
Netflix is known, among other things, for bringing horror movies and series from around the world to Western audiences. This is the case of “May the Devil Take You”, an Indonesian film that takes horror to another level.
Its story revolves around Alfie, a girl who with her half-sister visits an old house in the middle of the woods in an attempt to find answers about her father’s illness.
What they didn’t know was that there was a supernatural force residing in that place that had a close relationship with their family’s dark past.
It tells the story of a girl named Alice who dedicated herself to performing for adults on the Internet. One day when I tried to access her account, she found out that someone was using her profile: an exact copy of herself.
From that moment on, events occurring during his live videos make it clear that a supernatural entity is trying to sabotage his business.
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