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These Are the Scariest Movies You Can Stream on Netflix This Weekend

Woman's Day Logo By Ni'Kesia Pannell, Kelsey Hurwitz of Woman's Day | Slide 1 of 28: Whether it's Halloween or you're just looking for a scary movie to watch on Saturday night at home, Netflix has plenty of horror movies for you to watch if you're in a scare-tastic mood. While Netflix's list of horror movies aren't kid-friendly, they are for those of you that enjoy a good scare. From classic horror movies to newer releases, Netflix has more than enough movies for you to choose from that will send chills up and down your spine from the moment you press play. In addition to a healthy list of past theatrical releases, the streaming giant also has a bunch of their own horror movies available for viewing, too. Films like Hush, Apostle, and His House were all premiered on the streaming giant's platform and are scary enough to watch with all the lights on. Whatever movie you choose to watch though, just know that none of the horror movies on Netflix are for the faint at heart. And, if you find yourself watching something a little too scary, you can always put on a Disney Halloween movies to lighten the mood.

Whether it's Halloween or you're just looking for a scary movie to watch on Saturday night at home, Netflix has plenty of horror movies for you to watch if you're in a scare-tastic mood. While Netflix's list of horror movies aren't kid-friendly, they are for those of you that enjoy a good scare.

From classic horror movies to newer releases, Netflix has more than enough movies for you to choose from that will send chills up and down your spine from the moment you press play. In addition to a healthy list of past theatrical releases, the streaming giant also has a bunch of their own horror movies available for viewing, too. Films like Hush, Apostle, and His House were all premiered on the streaming giant's platform and are scary enough to watch with all the lights on. Whatever movie you choose to watch though, just know that none of the horror movies on Netflix are for the faint at heart. And, if you find yourself watching something a little too scary, you can always put on a Disney Halloween movies to lighten the mood.

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