Top 10 On Demand Horror Movies

Top 10 On Demand Horror Movies - October 2021

It’s that time of year again, where we swap the summer gear for the comfort gear and grab the popcorn whilst sat with a blanket watching movies… though, living in the UK, it’s safe to say you probably did that weeks ago.

Nonetheless, it’s now the 21st October as of writing this, which means it’s only 10 days till Halloween. So, with that said we’ve ranked our ‘Top 10 Horror Movies you can watch On Demand right now’.

10. Suspiria (2018)

Suspiria

A remake of the 1997 classic, the film follows Susie (Dakota Johnson), an ambitious dancer who joins a prestigious school after impressing artistic director Madame Blanc (Tilda Swinton). However, a student has gone missing, and rumours abound that the Markos troupe is a front for a coven of witches who have need of young bodies. Some will succumb to the nightmare, whilst other will wake up.

Available on Prime Video

9. Hush (2016)

Director Mike Flanagan has created some popular masterpieces for Netflix in recent time like The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor and recent hit Midnight Mass. Though before these mainstream minseries’ he co-wrote and directed the 2016 American slasher film ‘Hush’.

The film follows Maddie Young (Siegel), a deaf-mute horror novelist who is followed by a masked killer, whilst living a solitary life in her house in the woods.

Available on Netflix

8. Fear Street Trilogy

This summer Netflix, did something unthinkable by releasing not one, not two, but three Fear Street films, in quick succession. Each film is set in different eras, Part 1 in 1994, Part 2 in 1978 and Part 3 in 1666, however, they’re connected by the haunting within the town of Shadyville. Their 1990’s teen-slasher nostalgia makes it a fun watch and a thrilling ride for everyone.

Available on Netflix

7. The Cabin in the Woods (2011)

Starring Thor himself Chris Hemsworth and Kristen Connolly ‘The Cabin in the Woods’ is one of the well-made horror movies in recent memory. Combining multiple genres like horror (obviously), mystery, comedy and drama is expertly executed. 

Incredibly implementing the cabin to great use, the film features five friends who go for a break to the remote cabin. However, whilst they think they’re staying their for a few of days, they’re really being controlled by an agency and sacrificed for a ritual.

Available on Netflix

6. Hellraiser (1987)

Based on the novel The Hellbound Heart, the 1987 classic is the first in a series of eight films, and by far the best. Following a woman who discovers the newly resurrected, partially formed, body of her brother-in-law, she must do whatever it takes to revitalise his body so he can escape the demonic beings that are pursuing him, including Cenobite Pinhead, after he escaped their sadistic underworld.

Available on Shudder

5. Halloween (1978)

Ah Halloween, the franchise that’s now been going on for 43 years… but, with that said we can’t discredit of how iconic the first film was and how it changed the horror genre completely, it also introduced us to Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode and the now famed masked antagonist Michael Myers.

Available on Shudder and Netflix

4. Train to Busan (2016)

Following on from the Squid Game hype, Train to Busan is another South Korean spectacle that you need to watch. The story follows Seok-woo (Gong Yoo) and his daughter Su-an (Kim Su-an) who board a train to Busan at the exact moment a zombie outbreak occurs (what are the chances).

Available on Shudder

3. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Before the like of Man of Steel and Batman vs Superman, Zack Snyder rose to critical acclaim with the remake of the 1973 original Dawn of the Dead. Like Train to Busan, the film centres around a zombie outbreak as a nurse, a policeman, a young married couple, a salesman and other survivors, take refuge in a mega Midwestern shopping mall.

Available on Prime Video and Netflix

2. The Conjuring (2013)

The first film in The Conjuring Universe and inspired by real life reports from paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga). Based in Rhode Island in 1971, the Warrens come to the assistance of the Perron family, who experience increasingly disturbing events in their farmhouse.

Available on Netflix

1. American Psycho (2000)

American Psycho is a black comedy horror based of the novel of the same name. Starring Christian Bale, Patrick Bateman is a materialistic wealthy New York investment banker who hides his psychotic alter ego from his co-workers and friends as he is gradually revealed to be a serial killer.

Available on Netflix

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