With us all being stuck inside thanks to the Coronavirus, it’s time to go over the ten best horror movies on Netflix to watch whilst in quarantine.
The sun is shining, the days are getting longer, the weather is getting hotter… But, we’ve all got to stay inside.
That really does suck, but it’s all for a good reason.
Over here in the UK, we’re on lockdown (of sorts). This means that we can only go outside to exercise (once a day), go essential shopping and going to pick up medicine.
There are some other excuses people can use to go outside, but I’m pretty sure they’ll end up getting dropped as the government realises those reasons are being abused by people.
So, the best thing to do right now is the stay at home and that’s how we can all fight the virus together.
Thank God for streaming platforms like Netflix!
These scary films can get you through this quarantine
One thing we can do to pass the time is watch movies and TV shows on Netflix.
And, what’s the best sort of movie to watch when we’re facing an apocalypse? Horror movies.
It’s really pretty simple. When all is looking bleak outside, it’s good to remind ourselves that things aren’t quite as bad as they seem.
We could be facing something much worse. A madman with an axe wearing a mask could be chasing us.
We could be having to hide from monsters who’ll kill you as soon as you make a noise.
So, here are the ten best horror movies available to watch on Netflix right now.
Just a caveat, these movies are available in the UK and might not be available to watch wherever you are.
However, you can always get a VPN and watch UK Netflix. I hear there are some deals going on for Express VPN.
These are the best horror movies on Netflix
- A Quiet Place
- The Cabin In The Woods
- The Invitation
- Gerald’s Game
- The Ritual
- The Wailing
Honestly, I was really surprised by the number of pretty decent horror movies available on Netflix.
That said, these are definitely the ten best horror movies on the streaming platform.
The Cabin In The Woods is one of my favourite horror movies made in the last twenty years.
Then we have the likes of The Wailing which is terrific and I would argue that Videodrome is a David Cronenberg classic movie.
What do you make of this list?
Are there any horror movies on this list that you might be looking to watch on Netflix whilst in quarantine?
Which are the best horror movies on Netflix according to you?
Let us know in the comments below.
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