Top 15 horror movies on Netflix

A few more day's till Halloween! Therefore we’ve selected plenty of scary entertainment with the best rated horror movies on Netflix.

Netflix offers a repertory of top horror shows with enough vampires, zombies and psychopath murderers to keep your spine tingling long after you went to bed in the dark. It's an exciting time for fans of scary movies on Netflix, with a new wave of filmmakers emerging from all around the world with smart new takes on how to make you scream. Whether it's obscure classics or the latest slasher you're after, there's plenty to watch on the streaming service. Looking for a Helloween fright night? Then check out the list below with the top horror movies on Netflix that you must see!

Scream (1996)

A classic American slasher film. Sidney Prescott a high school student in the fictional town of Woodsboro, who becomes the target of a mysterious killer.

Death Proof (2007)
It's a curious mash-up of slasher film and road movie. Quentin Tarantino called it his worst film, but Tarantino at his worst is head and shoulders above most film-makers' best efforts.

Absentia (2011)

It's based on a fresh, inventive concept; freak-out images surface economically with sufficient impact; and the characters, portrayed by a group of gifted unknowns, are all well-developed.

The Conspiracy (2012)

The Conspiracy, an engrossing faux documentary about a couple of filmmakers descending deeper and deeper into the world occupied by those who nervously believe in conspiracies.

Maniac (2012)

Horror movie lovers called it "one of the strongest and most beautiful classic horror stories, visually and audibly stunning."

Here Comes the Devil (2012)

A couple's son and daughter inexplicably reappear after being lost overnight on a desolate, cave-riddled mountainside. Becoming withdrawn and beginning to exhibit strange behavior

Black Death (2010)

In 2010, director Christopher Smith unveiled one of his most impressive work to date: Black Death, a humorless, grim medieval horror film.

At the Devil's Door (2014)

It’s a horror movie for people who don’t like to laugh much. At the Devil’s Door gives Glee's Naya Rivera and MTV’s Awkward’s Ashley Rickards the opportunity to leave their high school antics behind for some old-fashioned Satanism.

The Den (2013)

Patience is a must while watching The Den. The Den takes an unexpectedly dark and fucked-up turn, and that's when it pulls off some of the creepiest sequences in recent memory.

Kill List (2011)             

Kill List will burrow into your nightmares, with shocking imagery and brutal ideas.

The Snowtown Murders (2011)

The “based on a true story” serial killer knockout about Australia’s most notorious homicidal maniac, John Bunting.

Extinction (2011)

Tom and his fellow survivors, desperately search for a way of stopping the outbreak of a virus. Unfortunately for them, it soon becomes clear that the virus has mutated, turning those affected into rabid, cannibalistic creatures.

Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010)

Explore the origins of "dream demon" Freddy Krueger in this award-winning documentary that takes you behind the scenes of the most frightening and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history!

Saw (2004)

The first of the Saw movie series. Two men awaken in the secure lair of a killer who forces them to play a deadly game. Would you kill to live? That's what two men have to ask themselves.

Let the Right One In (2008)

A Swedish romantic horror film. The film tells the story of a 12-year-old victim of bullies in a town plagued by murders and spends his time plotting revenge. The film received widespread international critical acclaim and won numerous awards.