There’s something thrilling about watching horror flicks that get your heart racing and not being able to sleep. They are scary, terrifying, spooky and disturbing. They are the movies that linger with you long after you have stopped it. But despite all these reasons to not watch them, this genre has a particularly cult like following and every year production houses churn out hundreds of horror films. In that spirit, here are 5 horror movies you can see on Netflix. Just sit back with your preferred Friday enjoyment and confront those nightmares.

The Perfection

Director: Richard Shepard.

Starring: Allison Williams, Logan Browning, and Steven Weber, Alaina Huffman

Running Time: 90 minutes

Allison Williams and Logan Browning are musical prodigies, who have a fateful encounter in Richard Shepard’s horror thriller.
After her mother passes away 10 years later, Charlotte heads to Shanghai at the invitation of her former instructor Anton (Steven Weber) and his wife, Paloma (Alaina Huffman), to be a judge in a music competition. There she meets Elizabeth (Logan Browning, of Netflix’s Dear White People), who has followed in Charlotte’s footsteps in being the school’s marquee talent. Rather than being competitive with each other, the two young women hit if off
This is one of those films for which describing the plot in any detail would essentially constitute a spoiler. So go right ahead and watch it!


Directed: Daniel Goldhaber

Starring: Madeline Brewer, Patch Darragh, Melora Walters, Devin Druid, Imani Hakim, Michael Dempsey

Running Time: 94 minutes.

CAM is a technology driven psychological thriller set in the world of webcam porn. It follows Alice, an ambitious camgirl, who one day discovers she’s been replaced on her show with an exact replica of herself. As this copy begins to push the boundaries of Alice’s internet identity, the control that Alice has over her life, and the men in it, vanishes. While she struggles to regain what she’s lost, she slowly finds herself drawn back to her show and to the mysterious person who has taken her place. This flick reflects what frightens us in certain significant moments. Simply put, Cam is about the terror of getting locked out of your online accounts and losing your manufactured or real identity.

The Legacy Of the Bones

Director: Fernando González Molina

Starring: Marta Etura, Elvira Mínguez

Running Time: 119 minutes

The Legacy of the Bones is a 2019 Spanish supernatural crime-thriller film directed by Fernando González Molina.The film is a sequel to the 2017 thriller film The Invisible Guardian and it is also the second film in the Bazton Trilogy.
Amaia Salazar, who investigates a dark ‘n’ morbid serial killer case in Spain’s Basque Country — a case with ties to her own twisted and tortured family history. Will her involvement get deeper and more personal, or will someone finally stand up and point out the glaringly obvious potential conflict of interest here?
Amaia is off in the woods unflinchingly examining an exhumed corpse while all the male investigators around her plug their noses and try not to puke. She’s tough as hell and good at what she does, so good, she’s always in the right place at the right time when amazing coincidences occur. What will be her fate in this case? I bet you’d find out if you watch it.

The Call

Director: Brad Anderson

Starring: Halle Berry, Abigail Breslin, Morris Chestnut, Michael Eklund, David Otunga, Michael Imperioli

Running Time: 94 minutes

When veteran 911 operator, Jordan (Halle Berry), takes a life-altering call from a teenage girl (Abigail Breslin) who has just been abducted, she realizes that she must confront a killer from her past in order to save the girl’s life. The movie wastes no time in getting things started and once they do, there’s hardly a dull moment.The actors were well casted to adequately depict the message in the movie. Halle Berry plays a gutsy 911 phone agent who is desperate not to repeat a mistake made. Frankly she was amazing.
The movie captures perfectly the horror and terror of being a kidnapped victim of a psychopath, the tension of being a 911 phone helper.
The movie marks the second collaboration of Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin since New Year’s Eve (2011).


Director: Brad Anderson

Starring: Sam Worthington, Lily Rabe, Stephen Tobolowsky, Adjoa Andoh, Shane Dean, Lauren Cochrane

Running Time: 100 minutes

Driving home after a tense holiday weekend with his in-laws, Ray Monroe (Sam Worthington), a well-meaning but overwhelmed family man, pulls into a rest area with his wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) and daughter Peri (Lucy Capri). The trip takes a turn for the worse when Peri is hurt in an accident and the family rushes to a nearby emergency room run by a staff with dubious intentions. After being sent away for further testing Peri and Joanne vanish and all records of their visit disappear. Ray’s concern turns into a desperate race to find his family and discover the truth of what happened to them.

Which of these films are you watching tonight?

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