Triangle offers a mind-bending trip on the high seas. A yachting trip goes horribly wrong, leading to a deserted ship where the past and future collide. This film will have you questioning reality, making it a perfect blend of psychological thriller and horror.
South Korea’s Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum ramps up the fear factor by exploring one of the country’s real-life haunted locations. With a found-footage style, it elevates the terror to an unbearable level, proving some places are better left unexplored.
House of the Devil pays homage to the satanic panic of the 1980s, and the haunting cinematography of the 1970s, wherein a college student takes a babysitting job in a house with a very dark secret. This slow burner is a masterclass in suspense, reminding us that sometimes the biggest dangers are the ones we don’t see coming.
Australia’s Lake Mungo is a chilling exploration of grief and the supernatural. After their daughter’s tragic death, a family uncovers secrets that blur the lines between the living and the dead. It’s a haunting, documentary-style film that gets under your skin.
At the pinnacle of our list, Invasion of the Body Snatchers stands as a testament to the enduring power of paranoia. This remake of the 1956 classic taps into the fear of the familiar turned alien. It’s a sci-fi horror masterpiece that proves sometimes the most terrifying monsters are those that hide in plain sight.
There you have it—ten tales of terror to keep you company as the winter wind howls outside. Whether you’re in the mood for a psychological puzzle, a supernatural scare, or a dose of dark comedy, Tubi’s got your back without costing you a dime. So, why brave the cold when you can stay in, wrapped in a blanket of fear? Happy watching, and remember, it’s all fun and games until the movie ends and you’re left alone in the dark.