5 Scary Movies On Netflix You Shouldn’t Watch Alone

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Halloween is approaching fast and we all want to snuggle in bed and watch scary movies while eating candy we bought ourselves. Here’s my top five horror/thriller Netflix movies based on plot, originality, suspense, and creepiness. Unfortunately, most Netflix horror movies aren’t very good, so I didn’t have much to pick from.

Creep 2

Rating: 9/10

You need to watch Creep 1 before watching this movie. Creep 1 is good, but the sequel is much better.

Synopsis: A video artist who craves shocking stories realises she has made a mistake when she meets a serial killer in a cabin, after he posts an ad on Craigslist.

First 10 min: The serial killer is up to his same old antics, but this time he is having a midlife crisis. Then walks in an attractive female who responds to his Craigslist ad and agrees to be his videographer for the day, but…

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My List of Top 10 Halloween Movies

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OK OK I’ll admit it, I don’t like watching scary movies that often. I’m a little bit of a scaredy cat! Since there’s SO many movies out there, it was hard to only pick 10. Here is my list. Which movies do you enjoy and recommend for Halloween?

10. *The Blair Witch Project* I haven’t seen the movie since high school but I still recall the dark and scary woods. The camera’s movements made me a little bit dizzy. I remember the movie gave me a good scare. I don’t recommend the movie for children. However, if you and your significant other are bored, cuddle and watch it for kicks!

9. *Casper* The story has a cute plot and kiddie/puppy love story. OK, this one isn’t  scary but it’s a fun one to watch with the family. The movie made me tear up a little bit.

8. *The Rocky Horror…

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Halloween Havoc!: HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS (MGM 1970)

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Must-see TV for ‘Monster Kids’ in the late 60s meant watching DARK SHADOWS every weekday at 4:00 on ABC. The Gothic soap opera gave us daily doses of vampires, werewolves, witches, and man-made monsters courtesy of producer/director Dan Curtis and a talented cast of mainly New York based stage actors, led by Hollywood veteran Joan Bennett. Capitalizing on the show’s popularity, MGM greenlighted a feature version titled HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS.

The movie is a condensed and revised telling of the Barnabas Collins story arc that began in 1967. The film takes us to Collinwood, where governess Maggie Evans (Kathryn Leigh Scott) is assaulted by drunken caretaker Willy Loomis (John Karlen). Loomis is fired by Roger Collins (Louis Edmonds), but sneaks back onto the property to search for the hidden family jewels. Using an old map as a guide, he breaks into the family mausoleum and, opening an ancient coffin, is startled when a hand…

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