Top 10 Scariest Horror Movies on Netflix | Best Horror Movies on Netflix 2017 | Flick Connection

Top 10 Scariest Horror Movies on Netflix | Best Horror Movies on Netflix 2017 | Flick Connection

All October long, we’re putting up lists of the best horror movies on Netflix. This week, it’s the Top 10 Scariest Horror Movies on Netflix. There are some pretty good horror flicks to be had on Netflix this month but these are the scariest and the list only gets more frightening the closer you get to number one. I recommend watching these movies in order, stopping when you get to one that’s too much to handle because the next one on the list is bound to be even worse.

Number 10, “Demonic” is pretty mild but it does have some intense jump scares but most people should be able to handle this one. As the list goes on we explore psycological horror, body horror, and I’ve even included a chilling documentary about nightmares called “The Nightmare”.

Watch these movies at your own risk. These are great movies to watch with someone who gets easily scared or to watch by yourself with the lights off. If you’ve seen any of the films on this list, let us know. If you think Netflix has scarier movies to offer please share them in the comments section below.
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4 Responses to Top 10 Scariest Horror Movies on Netflix | Best Horror Movies on Netflix 2017 | Flick Connection

  1. Flick Connection says:

    Anyone agree that the 2003 Texas Chainsaw Massacre is pretty good or am I out of line?

  2. Wine Stained Lips says:

    Your video title has a typo in it – Scariest – just so you know! Also, I absolutely LOVE the movie It Follows, it’s definitely one of my favorites in this genre! And yes I really like 2003 Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well, definitely want to watch that one again soon!

  3. Ashley Sosa says:

    I loved Texas chainsaw massacre, that’s one of my favorites out of all of them. The latest one kind of went a little weird though.

    My only issue is that I was born and raised in Texas and grew up being told this was a real guy and this was the real story. Only found out as an adult that this wasn’t the case.

  4. jessica monroe says:

    I agree.

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