Over the years, various horror stories have passed through theaters with great success, although many admit that the genre has had a decrease in its effectiveness and tends to rely on unexpected noises to instill fear in viewers.
However, there are times when we want to have a good time relaxing with a movie that puts our senses and courage to the test. Along these lines, and if you already saw The Conjuring on HBO Max, in this note we present you five horror movies that you can watch on Netflix.
Don’t breathe (2016) – Federico Álvarez
In Detroit, robbers Money, Rocky and Alex plan a robbery at the isolated home of a blind man, who has received a large sum of money after his daughter was killed in a car accident. However, the thugs will soon realize all the traps the place hides and that the man was not as helpless as he might first appear.
The Street of Terror (2021) – Leigh Janiak
A circle of teenage friends accidentally stumble upon a former evil responsible for a series of brutal murders, which have plagued Shadyside for more than 300 years and turned it into a hopeless destination for the worst experiences. Now, young people must figure out who or what is behind the massacres in their village before it is too late.
The Scarlet Summit (2015) – Guillermo del Toro
Edith Cushing’s mother died when she was young. Raised in the Victorian era, she strives to be someone more than society establishes and struggles to break the stereotypes of her time. For this reason, she decides to capture her incredible narrative talent in the pages and direct her creative imagination to become a renowned writer. However, after a series of encounters she becomes engaged to Thomas Sharpe and goes to live with him and his sister, Lady Lucille, far from everything she has ever known.
The naive young woman soon realizes that not everything is what it seems, as ghosts from the past push her to face a shocking truth.
It (2017) – Andrés Muschietti
In the summer of 1989, a group of children nicknamed ‘The Losers’ Club’ face terrifying events that have their origin in the terrifying presence of the clown Pennywise, a demonic shape-shifting entity who is known to return every 27 years with the purpose of feeding on the personal fears of their victims.
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2015) – Scott Derrickson
Attacked by horrifying visions and haunted by sinister manifestations of evil while in college, nineteen-year-old Emily Rose is subjected to an exorcism, which ends in a disastrous way: her death. Now, the priest of his family, Father Richard Moore, is accused of negligent homicide, defended by the atheist lawyer Erin Bruner.
As a result, the Church pressures Moore to get a plea deal; however, he intends to bear witness and direct attention to the invisible dark forces that surround us. Increasingly, this trial turns into a battle between faith and science.