Netflix Is Releasing Loads Of Spooky Horror Movies For Halloween
Luckily, Netflix is dutifully getting its creep on and making a bunch of ghoulish flicks available throughout October.
Ranging from nerve-shredding to family-friendly, the movie line-up caters to true horror heads and ghost-phobes alike.
All you need to do is stock up on sweets, pop on your cosiest PJs, and hunker down for the mother of all Halloween sleepovers.
Here's our pick of the bunch...
We'll be warming up with something on the PG-rated end of spooky scale: 2005's Corpse Bride.
Tim Burton's animated story of Victor and his skeleton wife Emily as they journey the land of the dead is tame enough for little ones and lands on the streamer on 1st October.
Next up, it's got to be the nineties classic that is Addams Family Values.
Also available on Netflix from 1st October, the family-friendly comedy sees the Addams family contend with Uncle Fester's new gold-digging wife.
Okay, we're now at the point in the night where it's time for the harder stuff, and we need a big-hitter.
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Step up Halloween, the original 1970s slasher that spawned countless Michael Myers movies.
One for all the horror purists out there, this contains some genuine jump-out-of-your-skin moments and stars the one and only Jamie Lee Curtis in her film debut.
Having upped the horror anti, we'll proceed to Paranormal Activity, Oren Peli's low-budget hit that redefined modern horror. We'll be watching the grainy at-home footage through our fingers.
On the series front, from 9th October we'll be dipping into season one of The Haunting of Bly Manor, the goosebump-inducing horror anthology starring Victoria Pedretti.
Based on Mike Flanagan's adaptation of Turn of the Screw, this is one for anyone who likes a good old haunted house chiller.
Happy Halloween, telly heads.
Need more help planning your Halloween viewing itinerary? You can view the full breakdown of what's coming to Netflix UK in October here.
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