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10 Must-Watch Horror Movies Streaming on Netflix – Winter 2024

Lights Out 2016
Warner Bros.

5. Lights Out (2016)

Ever been afraid of the dark? Lights Out will validate all those fears. When a family is terrorized by a creature that only appears when the lights go out, they must confront a mysterious entity linked to their mother’s past. It’s a chilling reminder that maybe those childhood fears of the dark were onto something.

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4. Crimson Peak (2015)

Del Toro’s Crimson Peak is a gothic romance drenched in horror, where a young bride finds herself in a mansion that holds terrifying secrets. Between the walls of Crimson Peak, ghosts are not just spirits but messengers of the past’s dark deeds. It’s a visually stunning film that wears its bloody heart on its sleeve.

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The Pope'S Exorcist 2023
Sony Pictures

3. The Pope’s Exorcist (2023)

Russell Crowe delivers a bombastic performance in The Pope’s Exorcist, a film that dives into the life of Father Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican’s chief exorcist. Based on ‘true accounts,’ it’s a gripping look at the man who faced the devil head-on, armed with faith and a determination to save the possessed.

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The Wailing 2016
20Th Century Studios

2. The Wailing (2016)

This South Korean horror masterpiece combines folklore, zombies, and a dash of detective work. When a mysterious illness starts spreading in a small village, accompanied by brutal murders, a bumbling police officer is forced to confront the supernatural to save his daughter. The Wailing is a slow burn that builds to an unforgettable crescendo of terror.

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1. Sister Death (2023)

At the top of our list, Sister Death unravels a tale of supernatural intrigue within the walls of a former convent-turned school. A novice with the ability to see the unseen arrives, only to find herself caught in a web of secrets and spectral threats. It’s a story about the past’s inescapable pull and the power of unseen forces.

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Our excursion into the heart of darkness offered by Netflix’s winter lineup ends here. From demonic forces to the untamed ferocity of nature, these films remind us that horror comes in many forms, each more unsettling than the last. So, as you venture into these tales of terror, remember: the real horror is not just on the screen but in the shadows of our imagination. Sleep tight, and don’t let the bedbugs—real or imagined—bite.

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