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100 Good Horror Movies on Netflix This Month - Part II





Popular Scary Movies on Netflix this Month (October 2014)

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WHAT'S AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING ON NETFLIX - PART II

TOO SCARY 2 WATCH now presents a "two part" list of popular Horror films (arranged by year) that are available for instant viewing on Netflix this month (as of October 1, 2014). If you have netflix, and you're always looking for good scary movies to watch, then you might find this post to be a valuable resource!




Ghost, Slashers, Zombies, Monsters and more!

We're not exactly sure when, and how often netflix updates their movie database for instant streaming. The movies included on this list were available as of October 1, 2014, which may be subject to change if netflix periodically makes changes and modifications throughout the month. Nonetheless, If you come across a movie on the list that is no longer available on netflix, please notify us as quickly as possible, so that we can make the necessary adjustments.
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Disclaimer

Not all of the movies on the list, in our opinion, are good movies, but were chosen to be included for a variety of different reasons.

Thanks and enjoy!
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61. American Psycho (2000)

With a chiseled chin and an iron physique, Patrick Bateman's looks make him the ideal yuppie -- and the ideal serial killer. That's the joke behind American Psycho, which follows a killer at large during the 1980s junk-bond boom. Bateman (Christian Bale) takes pathological pride in everything from his business card to his Huey Lewis CD collection, all the while plotting his next victim's vivisection.

Director: Mary Harron
NC-17
102 mins



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62. The Gift (2000)

When the authorities find a drowned woman's body, a small-town psychic starts having visions of who committed the murder, which means she's the only one who can testify to what truly happened and that she could be the killer's next target.

Director: Sam Raimi
R-Rated
111 mins





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63. Scream 3 (2000)

The last installment of the tongue-in-cheek (but still scary) horror trilogy finds Sidney Prescott again battling a crazed killer -- only this time it's on the set of Stab, a movie-within-a-movie based on the original Woodsboro murders. Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), Dewey Riley (David Arquette) and the rest of the Scream gang appear, alongside new characters played by Parker Posey, Jenny McCarthy and more.

Director: Wes Craven
R-Rated
117 mins




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64. Donnie Darko (2001)

Writer-director Richard Kelly's trippy, mind-bending feature debut stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a troubled Midwestern teenager plagued by incessant sleepwalking, family drama and visions of a menacing 6-foot-tall, doomsday-prophesizing rabbit. Drew Barrymore, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Mary McDonnell, Jena Malone, Patrick Swayze and Noah Wyle also star in this dark and intriguing psychological fantasy that swiftly earned a cult following.

Director: Richard Kelly
R-Rated
113 mins

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65. Hannibal (2001)

Anthony Hopkins returns as one of the great villains in screen history -- Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter -- in this riveting sequel to The Silence of the Lambs that finds Lecter's only surviving victim trying to draw the serial gourmet out of hiding. Eager to get his revenge on the sadistic killer, the now-hideously scarred Mason Verger (Gary Oldman) uses the one person Lecter cares about as bait: FBI agent Clarice Starling (Julianne Moore).

Director: Ridley Scott
R-Rated
131 mins


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66. The Hole (2001)

Thora Birch and Keira Knightley star in this teen thriller about four prep school students who ditch a field trip and spend a weekend partying in an abandoned bunker near campus. But before long, they discover that they're locked in. As the hours turn into days, their suspicions grow, and they find themselves in a desperate fight to make it out alive. What began as a spontaneous lark could turn into a case of cutting class permanently.

Director: Nick Hamm
R-Rated
102 mins


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67. Ripper: Letter From Hell (2001)

Disturbed by her horrific past, Molly focuses her energies on researching the minds of serial killers. She joins a study group fixated on solving a local campus murder, but when the students realize the killer's modus operandi mirrors that of London's legendary Jack the Ripper, Molly's friends begin to fall victim around her.

Director: John Eyres
R-Rated
114 mins




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68. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

In director Rick Rosenthal's second Halloween movie, Michael Myers (Brad Loree) proves to his sister, Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis), that he isn't dead, while television producer Freddie Harris (Busta Rhymes) launches a reality show set in Michael's childhood home. Freddie and his girlfriend (Tyra Banks) arrange for college kids to spend a night in the killer's former haunt, but they get more than they bargained for when Michael joins them.

Director: Rick Rosenthal
R-Rated
89 mins
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69. Ju-on: The Grudge (2002)

Before he crafted an American version starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, director Takashi Shimizu thrilled Japanese audiences with this story of a young nurse (Megumi Okina) who learns that the house she's visiting is cursed by two brutal murders that happened there. Soon, she realizes that everyone who sets foot in the house, which is inhabited by vengeful spirits, meets a bloody and disturbing end, and she's the next in line. 

Director: Takashi Shimizu
R-Rated 
92 mins
(Japanese)


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70. They (2002)

In this thriller presented by Wes Craven, Julia Lund (Laura Regan), a graduate student in psychology, has always harbored a nagging fear of the dark and is forced to confront her worst nightmare head on. When a scary real-life event triggers old memories, she begins to suspect that the things she feared were lurking in the dark when she was a child were -- and still are -- real. And what's worse, they might be coming back to get her.

Director: Robert Harmon
PG-13
90 mins


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71. Darkness Falls (2003)

When Kyle (Chaney Kley) was a kid, he claimed he woke up from sleep to find the Tooth Fairy about to kill him. From then on, everyone figured him for a loony -- except his childhood sweetheart, Caitlin (Emma Caulfield), and her brother, Michael (Lee Cormie). When Kyle returns to his hometown, it seems he wasn't so crazy, after all: An indefinable evil has settled in the town of Darkness Falls, and Kyle must save everyone from its wrath.

Director: Jonathan Liebesman
PG-13
86 mins


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72. Dead End (2003)

Dreading the annual family road trip to Grandmother's house for Christmas, Frank (Ray Wise) and his wife (Lin Shaye) opt for an unfamiliar route through the forest. They'll wish they hadn't when they stop to help a mysterious woman who seems to be holding a dead baby. As the bodies pile up, a hearse with an invisible driver arrives to cart away the victims, and those who survive descend into madness.

Directors: Jean-Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa
R-Rated
85 mins


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73. Ju-on: The Grudge 2 (2003)
Ju-on 2 (original title)

Returning to the evil abode used to such chilling effect in Ju-On, this scary second installment introduces new victims to the dwelling's curse, including a pregnant woman with serious questions about her unborn child. Loading the spine-tingling thriller full of creepy-crawling children who lurk around every corner, director Takashi Shimizu immerses viewers in the insanity through his signature handheld camera work and optical wizardry.

Director: Takashi Shimizu 
R-Rated
91 mins
(Japanese)

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74. Suspect Zero (2004)

A killer is on the loose, and FBI agent Thomas Mackelway is on the case, sifting through clues to uncover the criminal's identity. But there's one unusual twist: The bloodthirsty felon's victims of choice are other serial killers.

Director: E. Elias Merhige
R-Rated
99 minsfeast



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75. The Fog (2005)

Selma Blair, Tom Welling and Maggie Grace star in this creepy thriller about an island town off the coast of Oregon that's forced to contend with some unwelcome visitors from its past: the spirits of lepers and sailors aboard a ship that the hamlet's forefathers had steered astray on purpose. Those aboard the doomed vessel all wound up lost in the fog forever. Now, they're back from the mist, eager to exact revenge on the descendants of their murderers.

Director: Rupert Wainwright
PG-13
100 mins

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76. Severed (2005)

When a forestry company's profit-driven decision to genetically engineer trees goes horribly wrong, a mismatched group of loggers and environmental activists become ravenous flesh-eating zombies. And although a few uninfected survivors remain, their chances of getting out of the wilderness alive are as remote as the forest itself. An ensemble cast stars in this undead gore fest that makes a run-in with a wood chipper seem tame.

Director: Carl Bessai
R-Rated
95 mins

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77. Tamara (2005)

In a high school prank gone horribly wrong, an outcast named Tamara (Jenna Dewan) is murdered, but her tormenters get off scot-free. Now, as a sexy siren returned from the grave with an arsenal of superpowers, Tamara dedicates her afterlife to exacting revenge. Katie Stuart, Chad Faust and Matthew Marsden co-star in this teen horror romp from screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick, the mind behind Final Destination.

Director: Jeremy Haft
R-Rated
98 mins

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78. All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)

Sixteen-year-old Mandy Lane (Amber Heard) is perfect -- beautiful, virginal and aloof -- and the boys want her badly. Not surprisingly, when she accepts an invitation to a weekend party at a secluded ranch, the race is on to be the first to bed her. But hedonism soon turns to horror as bodies begins to stack up, and Mandy finds herself embroiled in a fight for her life against one of her would-be suitors in this film co-starring Anson Mount.

Director: Jonathan Levine
R-Rated
90 mins

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79. The Host (2006)
Gwoemul (original title)

In Seoul's River Han, a giant mutant creature has developed as a result of toxic chemical dumping. When the squidlike monster scoops up the teenage granddaughter of humble snack-bar owner Hie-bong, he races to track down the murderous beast.


Director: Joon-ho Bong
R-Rated
119 mins




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80. Death of a Ghost Hunter (2007)

Twenty years after minister Joseph Masterson and his family were slaughtered inside their home, noted ghost hunter Carter Simms (Patti Tindall) is offered $5,000 to investigate the residual paranormal activity in the house -- with shocking results. Director Sean Tretta's spine-tingling low-budget flick was an official selection at the Phoenix Film Festival and took home the Best Screenplay prize from the 2007 New York City Horror Film Festival.

Director: Sean Tretta
Not-Rated
107 mins








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81. Dead Silence (2007)

In the wake of his young bride's mysterious death, grieving newlywed Jamie Ashen (Ryan Kwanten) is forced to return to his haunted hometown, where he butts heads with the ghost of a creepy ventriloquist who was infamously murdered years ago. Amber Valletta and Donnie Wahlberg co-star in this chilling horror offering from James Wan and Leigh Whannell, the same team that created the grizzly Saw trilogy.

Director: James Wan
R-Rated
91 mins
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82. Shrooms (2007)

A hallucinogenic trip turns into reality -- or does it? -- when a group of adventurous American college kids on holiday in rural Ireland munch some magic mushrooms and find themselves plagued by nightmarish visions of death. But are they really being stalked and killed, or is it all just drug-induced paranoia? Lindsey Haun, Jack Huston and Maya Hazen star in this spine-chilling slaughterfest from director Paddy Breathnach.

Director: Paddy Breathnach
Not-Rated
84 mins


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83. Zodiac (2007)

David Fincher's chilling drama based on actual events in the 1960s and '70s recounts the infamous actions of a cryptic killer who stalked the streets of San Francisco in an executioner's hood and left clues about his crimes in the newspaper. Jake Gyllenhaal -- flanked by an impressive ensemble cast that includes Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo and Chloë Sevigny -- stars as the reporter who went on to write a best-selling true-crime book.

Director: David Fincher
R-Rated
151 mins
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84. Let The Right One In (2008)
Låt den rätte komma in (original title)

Twelve-year-old Oskar (Kåre Hedebrant), the constant target of bullies, spends his time plotting revenge and collecting news items about the grisly murders plaguing his town. But things change when he meets a new girl named Eli (Lina Leandersson), a misfit vampire who steals his heart. As a serial killer continues to prey on teen boys in their small Swedish village, Eli helps Oskar find the courage to stand up to his tormenters.

Director: Tomas Alfredson
R-Rated
114 mins


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85. Dead Snow (2009)
Død snø (original title)

A group of Norwegian friends get the scariest history lesson of their lives during a weekend getaway to the snowy town of Øksfjord, where the party is interrupted by throngs of Nazi zombies who once occupied the area. Armed with a machine-gun-equipped snowmobile, the gang fights for survival in director Tommy Wirkola's quirky horror, shot on location in the mountains of Norway. The film had its U.S. premiere at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

Director: Tommy Wirkola
Not-Rated
103 mins
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86. Forget Me Not (2009)

A party-filled graduation weekend turns into a nightmare for popular class president Sandy Channing (Carly Schroeder) when her friends begin to vanish one by one. Soon Sandy discovers they have awakened the vengeful spirit of a girl they mistreated years ago. Now she must work to resolve the dark mysteries of her past before she and all her friends become unwilling victims in this bloody horror flick.

Director: Tyler Oliver
R-Rated
103 mins
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87. The Fourth Kind (2009)

When Alaskan psychiatrist Dr. Abigail Tyler (Milla Jovovich) begins videotaping her therapy sessions with clients, she uncovers petrifying evidence that they have experienced the fourth level of alien encounter: abduction. But as she finds more clues, she suspects that the government will do anything to conceal the truth. Olatunde Osunsanmi directs and Will Patton co-stars in this jarring thriller allegedly based on a true tale.

Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi
PG-13
98 mins

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88. The Grudge 3 (2009)

Fearful of meeting a gruesome death, young Jake (Matthew Knight) tries to convince his psychiatrist (Shawnee Smith) that an evil curse led to the slaughter of his entire family. Meanwhile, a young woman from Japan (Emi Ikehata) arrives in Chicago and attempts to stop the curse for good. This third installment of the popular Grudge horror movie series also stars Marina Sirtis, Beau Mirchoff and Johanna E. Braddy.

Director: Toby Wilkins
R-Rated
90 mins

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89. High Lane (2009)
Vertige (original)

In this French thriller, a mountain climbing trail closed to the rest of civilization becomes a path to adventure and horror for a group of friends who dare to go beyond its barriers. It's not just because they trespassed into forbidden territory or because they're testing the laws of gravity. It's because they're not the only ones willing to push the envelope out there, and their visitor isn't very welcoming at all.

Director: Abel Ferry
Not-Rated
90 mins
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90. The Hole (2009)

In the basement of their new home, young brothers Dane (Chris Massoglia) and Lucas (Nathan Gamble) discover a mysterious trap door. With their neighbor, Julie (Haley Bennett), the boys pry open the ominous barrier and find a bottomless hole, which leads them to excruciating pain and misery. Directed by veteran fright master Joe Dante, this startling 3-D horror movie also stars Teri Polo as the siblings' mother.

Director: Joe Dante
PG-13
92 mins

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91. The House of the Devil (2009)

A cash-strapped college student named Samantha (Jocelin Donahue) takes a babysitting job during a full lunar eclipse and ends up fighting for her life. She soon discovers that her employers, Tom (Tom Noonan) and Mary (Mary Woronov) Ulman, are hiding a wicked, sick and twisted secret. Ti West (Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever) writes, directs and edits this terrifying film set in the early 1980s. Greta Gerwig and AJ Bowen co-star.

Director: Ti West
R-Rated
95 mins
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92. Hunger (2009)

Five strangers awake in an underground dungeon and discover that they've been kidnapped as part of a terrible experiment. A sadistic scientist wants to answer a simple question: What are they willing to do to survive after weeks without food? As the days go by and their hunger becomes unbearable, the captives struggle to retain their humanity. Lori Heuring, Joe Egender and Lea Kohl star in this dark examination of mankind's lowest instincts.

Director: Steven Hentges
R-Rated
101 mins

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93. Pontypool (2009)

Valentine's Day is anything but ordinary for radio shock-jock Grant Mazzy (Stephen McHattie) when he stumbles into a crazed woman on the way to work. That's just the beginning as a lot of other people in the small Ontario town of Pontypool start acting awfully funny. Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly, Rick Roberts and Hrant Alianak co-star in this genre-bending zombie pic directed by Bruce McDonald and based on the novel by Tony Burgess.

Director: Bruce McDonald
Not-Rated 
93 mins


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94. The Skeptic (2009)

Ignoring the odd circumstances of his aunt's death and ominous warnings about her abandoned Victorian, cynical attorney Bryan Beckett (Tim Daly) moves into the house. But before you can say "boo," things that go bump in the night make him question his sanity. Writer-director Tennyson Bardwell's supernatural tale -- by turns comic and creepy -- also stars Zoe Saldana, Tom Arnold, Edward Herrmann and Robert Prosky.

Director: Tennyson Bardwell
Not-Rated
89 mins




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