Freeform recently announced their 31 Nights Of Halloween lineup and Hallmark just announced their original Christmas movie line up. Now Netflix is at the right time of year and place because they just announced their scary movie lineup for October just days before the month changes!
1. Hold The Dark
Set in a rural town in Alaska, Hold the Dark tells the story of a woman who asks a naturalist (Jeffrey Wright) to help hunt down the wolves that killed her son. While he wants to help, crazy things start happening in their small town, resulting in a thrilling mystery that makes it increasingly difficult for him to solve the case.
2. The Shining
A horror movie classic that has some of the most iconic lines of all time, The Shiningfollows a family who move to a remote hotel, so that the father can be the new caretaker. A tale of possession and haunting reality, this may be one of the best horror movies of all time.
3. Truth Or Dare
Just like the title suggests, this movie is about a truth or dare game that goes horribly wrong when the players are inexplicably forced to do horrendous things to themselves and one another. And of course they can't stop, otherwise they'll be picked off by whatever otherworldly power is in charge. It is definitely not for the faint of heart.
4. The Haunting of Molly Hartley
The Haunting of Molly Hartley is definitely not what it seems. What begins as a tale about Molly Hartley (Haley Bennett), a teen whose mother tried to kill her, yet ended up killing herself, and her PTSD and bullying, soon becomes a story about the paranormal that has her fighting for her life.
In a film that combines the aesthetic of The Witch and The Village, the Netflix original Apostle will keep you up at night as it follows a brother trying to save his sister from a cult. While they say they're religious, it's hard to see what kind of safe religion would involve physical torture and what appears to be human sacrifice.
6. The Haunting Of Hill House
The Haunting of Hill House is a Netflix original TV series about a family who grew up in one of the most haunted houses in America. It's based off of Shirley Jackson's book of the same name, and seems like the perfect thing to watch if you like your horror and frights spread out over a course of 10 hours or so.
7. Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina
Lastly, this might be the most anticipated new fall show. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will drop on Netflix on Oct. 26, just in time for a Halloween marathon. It's the reimagining of the Archie Horror comic books, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It focuses on Sabrina Spellman, as she comes to terms with being half-witch and half-human, while also potentially making deals with the literal devil.
There will be a TON more scary stuff on Netflix this October! You can get all that info HERE!