Halloween time is my favorite time of the year.
I love the chill in the air, the leaves on the ground and the absurd amount of pumpkins around every corner. Plus, I love watching new horror movies all October long!
Therefore, I put together this guide for all of your Halloween movie streaming needs! I tried to put classics that I love watching every year, and new movies that you may have never seen.
Note: Some of these movies are on multiple platforms! This was last updated October 19, 2017.
Stream on Netflix
A 12-year-old’s beloved babysitter is actually a leader of a satanic cult.
Their honeymoon seems perfect until he finds his new wife naked in the woods.
If you’re a dog owner, you are going to have to look away at some parts.
Vegetarian turns cannibal? Subtitles on for his one.
A Dark Song
If you like Netflix’s The OA and weird things, this movie about a mother trying to find her guardian angel is for you.
Stream on Amazon Prime
If you are a fan of the original Blair Witch Project, be sure to check out the follow up story!
Two words: Black Phillip.
If you like indie scary movies, this one has great ratings on Rotten Tomatoes!
A divorced mother and her headstrong daughter must make an emergency late-night road trip to see the girl’s father – but something gets in the way.
This movie is a creepy look into Spain’s history! You will need subtitles for this – but it is worth it!
Stream on HBO
You will be screaming for the characters to carry more flashlights the whole time.
In 1970, paranormal investigators and demonologists are summoned to the home of family who said a supernatural presence has made itself known.
You might die in 7 days…
The Amityville Horror
A family realized their affordable home has a terrifying history in this classic.
Stream on Showtime
The Hills Have Eyes
Murder in the Dark
Would You Rather
Stream on Hulu
10 Cloverfield Lane
Teeth – Netflix
Hush – Netflix
The Invitation – Netflix
What Lies Beneath – Amazon Prime
The Haunting in Connecticut – Amazon Prime
The Conjuring 2 – HBO
Pet Semetary – Hulu