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Netflix Has Upped Its Horror Game in 2019, and There Are Some Terrifyingly GREAT Options

If you're looking to watch a bone-chillingly scary movie, Netflix is your one-stop shop for all things spooky, gory, and gruesome. From psychological thrillers like The Perfection to goosebumps-worthy ghost stories like Insidious, there's not one movie on this list that won't scare you to your core. With terrifyingly twisted storylines to real-life terrors, this selection will make watching movies a whole new horror.

Get ready for a chilling night in, because these films were made to spook you long after the credits finish rolling.

- Additional reporting by Lauren Harano


The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death

Watch this movie with caution, because it is TERRIFYING. An evil spirit tries to attack everyone living inside of a schoolhouse, so use your imagination as to how that goes.

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

As the name implies, this movie is hauntingly terrifying. See if you can get through it without getting chills. We dare you.

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