Halloween is approaching and everyone is looking for something spooky to watch on TV.
Thankfully, Netflix has revealed its fall season releases. Below, we’ve highlighted a list of all the relevant titles you’ll be able to watch this Halloween, including upcoming releases, Netflix originals, and pre-existing titles you might not have known about.
Here’s their new list of titles and their release date for the Halloween season!
- The Shining (1980) – 10/1/18
- Truth or Dare (2017) – 10/3/18
- Creeped Out – 10/4/18
- The Haunting of Molly Hartley (2008) – 10/4/18
- Malevolent – 10/5/18
- Apostle – 10/12/18
- The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell – 10/12/18
- The Haunting of Hill House – 10/12/18
- Haunted – 10/19/18
- Castlevania: Season 2 – 10/26/18
- Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – 10/26/18
- Hold the Dark – 10/26/18
In addition to all these great titles there’s plenty more to catch your eye on Netflix, especially great titles like 1922 based on Stephen King’s horror novel of the same name. To find even more great horror films on Netflix, continue reading below.
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The 15 Best Horror Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now
The Invitation premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival and scored big fans, who gave it excellent ratings on sites like Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic. Directed by Karyn Kusama (Jennifer’s Body), this movie starts with Will (Logan Marshall-Green) receiving an invitation to a dinner party at his ex-wife Eden’s gorgeous mini-mansion. That’s strange enough, considering they haven’t spoken in two years. But he goes anyway, along with his girlfriend (Emayatzy Corinealdi). Once they arrive, Will begins to witness strange things that slowly build the tension.
The whole thing is framed by the tragic death of Will and Eden’s son, which contributed directly to their breakup. When a mysterious stranger arrives (John Carroll Lynch), the dinner party devolves in a disturbing paranoia, leaving the viewer unsure if Will’s concerns are legitimate or just petty jealously, caused by the traumatic memories of his son. You’ll have to watch the ending to see who ends up being right.