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It's that time of year again; the leaves are falling, the lattes pumpkin-spiced, and the Halloween decorations are out. If you're too old for trick-or-treating, the next best thing is snuggling up on the sofa and scaring yourself silly with a horror movie.
Here are some of our favourites - 13 to be exact (see what we did there?).
Do we even need to explain this one? It's a classic Halloween film, like Home Alone is to Christmas. It's not spooky, we'll admit, but it just belongs on any Halloween countdown. Plus, there's five of them to sink your teeth into.
Describing the franchise, Netflix said: "The Wayans brothers spoof some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters, including Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Matrix and American Pie."
This new thriller on Netflix is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat and it's the first thriller since 1948 which has starred a wheelchair user.
Desiring freedom after years of isolated medical care, teenager Chloe (Kiera Allen) suspects her mother (Sarah Paulson) might be holding her back - and harboring sinister secrets.
This 2013 horror has become another staple Halloween film.
In a crime-ridden future when overtaxed cops let murder and other crimes rule the streets one night a year, someone's knocking at James Sandin's door.
We advise you to have a good pillow nearby to cover your eyes for this one. It's not for the faint-hearted.
A family's move to Connecticut takes a dark turn when shocking paranormal events reveal that their new home is a former mortuary with a sordid past.
This 2019 indie thriller is guaranteed to give you the heebie-jeebies.
It tells the story of a grieving woman who accompanies her boyfriend and his grad-school colleagues to a remote Swedish village. But it isn't the idyllic commune it appears to be.
Rose Byrne and Patrick Wilson star in what Netflix has promised to be a spine-tingling horror.
A family moves into a new home, where their son falls into a coma and eerie events begin to reveal something far more sinister is lurking in the house.
Based on Susan Hill's 1983 gothic horror novel, The Woman In Black is guaranteed to get your heart racing.
Sent to an isolated village to tie up a deceased client's affairs, a young lawyer (Daniel Radcliffe) finds himself in a community grappling with a sinister presence.
If you're in need of a laugh after all of those ghosts and ghouls, The Babysitter is the one you need.
When Cole (Judah Lewis) stays up past his bedtime, he discovers that his hot babysitter (Samara Weaving) is part of a satanic cult that will stop at nothing to keep him quiet.
This suspenseful horror from 2016 will have you jumping out of your seat.
A deaf writer (Kate Siegel) who retreated into the woods to live a solitary life must fight for it in silence when a masked killer (John Gallagher Jr.) appears in her window.
This new entry for 2021 is worth checking out.
Amanda Seyfried stars as a young woman discovers that both her husband (James Norton) and their new home harbor sinister secrets after they leave Manhattan for small-town life.
If you plan on going backpacking any time soon, we'd advise you skip this one.
Three unwary students travel to Slovakia looking for a hostel said to be brimming with wanton women, only to become objects of unimaginable torture.
There are three Hostel films altogether.
Nothing spells Halloween like a creepy child, so this 2016 horror is sure to have you reaching for the pillow.
Still mourning the death of their son, Mark (Thomas Jane) and Jessie (Kate Bosworth) welcome foster child Cody (Jacob Tremblay) into their lives. Soon they discover he has a strange ability.
This new heart-racer certainly brings some unexpected twists and turns. It starts as a ghost movie... and that's all we'll say.
Desperate to save their marriage, a young couple takes a deal and moves into their dream home, but disturbing events reveal the house's troubled history.
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