The Best Horror films on Netflix UK Right Now

Do you want to find out what the best horror movies on Netflix UK are?  If that’s the case, you’ve come to the correct place. We have compiled the best horror movies on Netflix UK. This article provides a list of the best horror movies on Netflix UK, all of which should be watched by the audience.

Horror movies are great, but they should be enjoyed just for the thrill of facing your worst fear. Also, we spent about 72 hours searching for the best horror movies on Netflix UK available right now, and in case you were wondering, there are currently over eighty such movies available there.

Without further ado, check out this rundown of the best horror movies on Netflix UK, which you can enjoy watching in your spare time.

1. His House – 2020

Director: Remi Weekes
Writer: Reni Weekes
Cast: Sope Dirisu, Wunmi Mosaku, Matt Smith.
Run time:93 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.5/10

How do you forget your past? Does it ever leave you or is it always there reminding you of your insecurities and failures?

This movie doesn’t screw around Remi Weekes made sure of that. His House is a blend of horror, grief, and tragedy. An immigrant couple who lost their daughter on their way to their new home sees a vision of their traumatic past that never lets them rest. Bol and Rial are always reminded of where they came from, what forced them to leave, and most importantly what they did to leave. This movie shows the true meaning of human suffering.

2. The Woman in Black – 2012

Director: James Watkins 

Writer: Susan Hill, Jane Goldman

Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Janet McTeer, Ciarán Hinds

Runtime: 1h 35m

IMDB Rating: 6.4/10

Arthur Kipps still mourns the death of his wife Stella four years ago at the birth of their son Joseph. His boss gives him the last shot to keep his job and sends him to Crythin Gifford to inspect Mrs. Drablow’s Eel Marsh House paperwork. Arthur meets Daily on the train, and he offers him a ride to the Gifford Arms. Arthur is greeted coldly by the innkeeper, who says he never received his reservation request and has no accommodation. Arthur’s lawyer Jerome encourages him to leave for London the next morning. Arthur goes to the lonely manor and encounters a furious ghost of a black-clad woman. He discovers that the woman’s son drowned in the swamp, and she seeks payback by kidnapping local youngsters.

3. The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death – 2014

Director: Tom Harper 

Writer:  Jon Croker, Susan Hill

Cast: Helen McCrory, Jeremy Irvine, Phoebe Fox

Runtime: 1h 38m

IMDB Rating: 4.8/10

Forty years after Arthur Kipps’ encounter at Eel Marsh’s home, a group of youngsters under the care of two women who are fleeing from war-torn London arrive at the mansion and become the next victim of The Woman in Black. The adults and children had to fight off the ghost and end her existence once and for all with the assistance of a fellow service member.

4. The Others – 2001

Director: Alejandro Amenábar 

Writer: Alejandro Amenábar

Cast: Nicole Kidman, Christopher Eccleston, Fionnula Flanagan

Runtime: 1h 44m

IMDB Rating: 7.6/10

Towards the close of World War II, Grace moves into a villa in Jersey with her 2 kids as she waits for her husband to return from the war. Due to their illness, the children must be protected from direct sunlight at all costs. Until she has to employ a group of servants for them, they will live there alone under unpleasant, weird, and nearly religious regulations. The regulations will be broken inadvertently once they arrive, which will have unintended repercussions.

5. Halloween III: Season of the Witch -1982

Director: Tommy Lee Wallace 

Writer: John Carpenter, Nigel Kneale, Tommy Lee Wallace

Cast: Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O’Herlihy

Runtime: 1h 38m

IMDB Rating: 5/10

Ellie Grimbridge and Dr. Daniel Challis decide to look into the murky dealings of Silver Shamrock Novelties owner Conal Cochran after her father’s strange death. They soon learn of Cochran’s sinister plan to use a combination of modern technology, old rituals, and witchcraft to control the minds of America’s youth and make them do his bidding. This Halloween, it’s dangerous to go out in public disguised as a skeleton, witch, or pumpkin. Do you think Ellie and Daniel can stop the evil toymaker?

6. Tremors – 1990

Director: Ron Underwood

Writer: S.S. Wilson, Brent Maddock, Ron Underwood

Cast: Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward, Finn Carter

Runtime: 1h 36m

IMDB Rating: 7.1/10

A weird beast is slowly becoming known to the residents of a tiny town as it murders each resident in turn. But who or what is this beast, and where might we find it? At the same moment, a seismologist is conducting research in the region, and she feels that there have been earthquakes. The beast resides under the ground, and there is no way to predict when it will surface. People who live in the town are helpless since they are hemmed in by the town itself.

7. Child’s Play 3 – 1991

Director: Jack Bender

Writer: Don Mancini

Cast: Justin Whalin, Perrey Reeves, Jeremy Sylvers

Runtime: 1h 30m

IMDB Rating: 5.1/10

Eight years have passed after the events of the second film, and we find Andy now as a teenager attending a military academy. Play Pals Toy Company thinks the bad press about their Good Guys line has calmed down, so they’ve decided to re-release it. Charles Lee Ray’s legacy lives on through their recycling efforts. While looking for Andy, Chucky is found by a young boy, and he considers transferring his soul to the youngster because he believes it will be easier. Andy knows what Chucky is doing, therefore, he must stop him.

8. Anaconda – 1997

Director: Luis Llosa 

Writer: Hans Bauer, Jim Cash, Jack Epps Jr. 

Cast: Jon Voight, Jennifer Lopez, Eric Stoltz

Runtime: 1h 29m

IMDB Rating: 4.8/10

When a documentary team is filming their journey through the Amazon forest, and they come across a man who has been lost, they do not realize the trouble that is about to befall them. This stranger’s pastime is hunting down the enormous Anaconda snake, and they want to keep doing so while they are on their boat, using whatever necessary measures.

9. Event Horizon – 1997

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson 

Writer: Philip Eisner 

Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill, Kathleen Quinlan

Runtime: 1h 36m

IMDB Rating: 6.6/10

In the year 2047, a team of astronauts has dispatched to the location of the long-lost spacecraft “Event Horizon” in order to explore and maybe rescue it. The ship vanished without a trace seven years ago while it was on its first voyage, and with the ship’s return comes an even deeper secret as the team of “Lewis and Clark” uncovers the real truth behind the ship’s absence as well as something even more horrifying.

10. Underworld: Evolution  – 2006

Director: Len Wiseman 

Writer: Danny McBride, Len Wiseman, Kevin Grevioux

Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Bill Nighy

Runtime: 1h 46m

IMDB Rating: 6.7/10

As the conflict between vampires and Lycans continues, the gorgeous vampire Selene, a former head of the Death Dealers, & Michael, the werewolf mix, team together to discover the truth about their bloodlines. A modern story of adventure, mystery, and forbidden romance that takes place during an old tribal conflict when the immortals are on the verge of facing their final battle.

11. Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers  – 1988

Director: Dwight H. Little 

Writer: Dhani Lipsius, Larry Rattner, Benjamin Ruffner

Cast: Donald Pleasence, Ellie Cornell, Danielle Harris

Runtime: 1h 28m

IMDB Rating: 5.8/10

It’s been ten years since Michael Myers’ relentless hunt for Laurie Strode was ultimately thwarted, and on October 30, 1988, he remains in a coma. When he’s transferred from Richmond Mental Institute to Smith’s Grove, he awakens when he hears he has a niece in Haddonfield and kills the transfer team. Jamie, who was raised by the Carruthers household in Haddonfield, keeps having dreams about Michael. Jamie and her sister Rachel go out trick-or-treating on Halloween night, but they have no idea that Jamie’s murderous uncle is following them. Dr. Loomis and Sheriff Meeker start looking for Michael and Jamie to protect her. Can Michael be stopped?

12. Hostel – 2005

Director: Eli Roth 

Writer: Eli Roth 

Cast: Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, Eythor Gudjonsson

Runtime: 1h 34m

IMDB Rating: 5.9/10

Josh and Pax decide to travel through Europe after college to pursue their hedonistic aspirations and help Josh heal from a relationship. Josh’s spirit trumps his body’s willingness. In Paris, they met Icelandic Oli, who follows them and is more receptive to pleasures. They think they can’t top their Amsterdam sexual exploits until they hear about a hostel outside of Bratislava. The anecdotes are nothing similar to their real-life experiences, exceeding their ambitions. These imaginations morph into nightmares when they’re divided by purpose, their new prison from which they may never escape.

13. Pet Sematary – 1989

Director: Mary Lambert 

Writer: Stephen King

Cast: Dale Midkiff, Denise Crosby, Fred Gwynne

Runtime: 1h 43m

IMDB Rating: 6.5/10

Young doctor Louis Creed and his family travel to Ludlow, Maine, beside a busy highway, to start over. After Rachel’s beloved tomcat dies in an accident, Louis unwillingly follows his neighbor’s recommendation to bury it in an old Micmac graveyard with reanimating powers. Despite the horrible effects and the warnings of a recently departed, tragedy-stricken Louis must return to the Indian graveyard in hopes that this time will be different. Can the dead really rise?

14. Case 39 – 2009

Director: Christian Alvart 

Writer: Ray Wright 

Cast: Renée Zellweger, Ian McShane, Jodelle Ferland

Runtime: 1h 49m

IMDB Rating: 6.2/10

A social worker makes it her mission to rescue a little girl from the clutches of her violent parents, only to learn that the condition is far more precarious than she could have possibly imagined.

15. Underworld – 2003

Director: Len Wiseman 

Writer: Kevin Grevioux, Len Wiseman, Danny McBride 

Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Shane Brolly

Runtime: 2h 1m

IMDB Rating: 7/10

Selene, a murderously beautiful vampire assassin and part of the “Death Dealers” unit, has committed her existence to kill the earth’s surviving werewolves. Even though the vampires’ ultimate nemesis, Lucian, has been killed, their victory is far from assured since Selene will uncover a long-standing scheme involving the seemingly innocuous human doctor, Michael Corvin. Because of betrayal, lies, and conflicting emotions, Selene must now violate the procedure in the interest of the vampire race. Is it possible that a forbidden romance could endanger her heroic mission? Is this the start of a brand new age and conflict?

16. Cujo – 1983

Director: Lewis Teague 

Writer: Stephen King, Don Carlos Dunaway, Barbara Turner 

Cast: Dee Wallace, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Danny Pintauro

Runtime: 1h 33m

IMDB Rating: 6/10

Suburban housewife, Donna Trenton’s life is turned upside down when her husband finds out about her affair. Cujo, the Saint-Bernard belonging to a little kid named Brett Camber, is attacked by a deadly bat. While Donna’s husband, Vic, is out of town on business and mulling over his marriage, Donna and their son Tad take the family Pinto to Brett Cambers’ father’s auto shop, where the car breaks down, and Cujo gets very sick.

17. Shutter Island – 2010

Director: Martin Scorsese 

Writer:Laeta Kalogridis, Dennis Lehane

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Emily Mortimer, Mark Ruffalo

Runtime: 2h 18m

IMDB Rating: 8.2/10

In 1954, an aspiring U.S. marshal named Teddy Daniels was asked to look into the case of a missing patient from Boston’s Shutter Island Ashecliffe Hospital. He wanted an appointment on the island for personal purposes, but he suspects he’s been sent there as part of a conspiracy by medical doctors whose unconventional treatments are immoral, illegal, and sinister. Teddy’s smart investigating talents provide a potential lead, but the hospital forbids him access to data he believes might crack the case. After losing contact with the mainland due to the hurricane and witnessing several deadly criminals “escape” in the chaos, Teddy starts to question everything: his memories, his relationship, and even his sanity.

18. The Haunting in Connecticut – 2009

Director: Peter Cornwell 

Writer: Adam Simon, Tim Metcalfe

Cast: Virginia Madsen, Martin Donovan, Elias Koteas

Runtime: 1h 32m

IMDB Rating: 5.8/10

The Campbell family relocated to Connecticut and discovered that their new Victorian home had a dark past. It turns out that it was once a funeral parlor where unspeakable acts were committed and that the owner’s psychic son Jonah acted as a demonic messenger, allowing ghosts to pass from one dimension to the next.

19. Scream 4 – 2011

Director: Wes Craven 

Writer: Kevin Williamson 

Cast: Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette

Runtime: 1h 51m

IMDB Rating: 6.2/10

After touring the country as the writer of a self-help guidebook, Sidney Prescott finally makes it back to her hometown of Woodsboro. There, she sees her cousin Jill and her aunt Kate, as well as the now-married Sheriff Dewey and Gale. Ghostface returns with Sidney’s arrival, endangering not just Sidney, Gale, and Dewey but also Jill, her friends, and all of Woodsboro.

20. Insidious – 2010

Director: James Wan 

Writer: Leigh Whannell 

Cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins

Runtime: 1h 43m

IMDB Rating: 6.8/10

An intriguing account of a family’s hunt for answers after their son, Dalton, collapses in the attic and lapses into a coma. As they delve into the supernatural and uncover their son’s lost background, they begin to realize that there is more to this eternal sleep.

21. Warm Bodies – 2013

Director: Jonathan Levine 

Writer: Isaac Marion, Jonathan Levine 

Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, John Malkovich

Runtime: 1h 38m

IMDB Rating: 6.8/10

R is a young, thoughtful zombie in a world of zombies. R meets Julie while fighting a human hunting party and feels compelled to defend her. Next, R begins rediscovering his humanity through a pleasant friendship. Julie and R’s friendship is tested when this shift spreads among the zombie population like a virus. R and Julie must bridge the gap between paranoid humans and savage “Bonies” undead to battle for a better future no one thought conceivable.

22. Sinister – 2012

Director: Scott Derrickson 

Writer: Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill 

Cast: Ethan Hawke, Juliet Rylance, James Ransone

Runtime: 1h 50m

IMDB Rating: 6.8/10

Ellison Oswalt, a mystery author, secretly transfers his family into a residence where a terrible crime was committed years before. With the intention of penning a book on the case, he dives headfirst into his investigation. Oswalt looks at some home movies he finds to aid his investigation, but he finds much more than he expected.

23. Paranormal Activity 4 – 2012

Director: Ariel Schulman, Henry Joost

Writer: Chad Feehan, Christopher Landon, Oren Peli 

Cast: Katie Featherston, Stephen Dunham, Matt Shively

Runtime: 1h 28m

IMDB Rating: 4.6/10

The novel’s events occurred in 2011, 5 years after Katie murdered her boyfriend Micah, her sister Kristi, and her husband Daniel, as well as abducted their son Hunter. Story centers on Alex and her family and how they are affected by the strange things that have been happening in the village ever since the new neighbors came in.

24. The Conjuring – 2013

Director: James Wan
Writer: Carey W. Hayes and Chad Hayes. 
Cast: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Lili Taylor, Ron Livingston.
Run time: 112 minutes
IMDB Rating: 7.5/10

The Conjuring is by far one of the best horror movies of all time, its haunted house story is not new at all, we have seen it multiple times, however, the way that the story is narrated is breathtaking. A family moves into a new house, It has a certain evil appearance that only the family’s dog could sense. The family hires Ed and Lorainne Warren to ward off the evil eye and thus begins the thrill of the movie.

The Conjuring is not your typical horror movie, It sets the bar so high that only Conjuring Series films can reach it. 

25. Deliver Us from Evil – 2014

Director: Scott Derrickson 

Writer: Scott Derrickson, Paul Harris Boardman, Ralph Sarchie 

Cast: Eric Bana, Edgar Ramírez, Olivia Munn

Runtime: 1h 58m

IMDB Rating: 6.2/10

New York City police inspector Ralph Sarchie, who is dealing with his troubles, begins investigating a string of strange and unexplainable murders in DELIVER US FROM EVIL. To battle the terrifying and demonic possessions threatening his community, he teams up with a nontraditional priest trained in the procedures of exorcism. Inspired by the book, which describes some of the most terrifying cases handled by Sarchie.

26. The Exorcist – 1973

Director: William Friedkin
Writer: William Peter Blatty
Cast: Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Jason Miller, Max von Sydow, Lee J. Cobb
Run time:122 minutes
IMDB Rating: 8.1/10

This file surely stands out in all the Horror Movies on the internet. The film sends waves of terror across the mind of the viewer, even before the story begins you could feel that there is something scary and disturbing happening right there before your eyes. Scenes like where the “demon face” is shown for split second give goosebumps to the viewers. The disturbing and violent scenes make you question your sanity.

The story never lets you build hope for the girl(Linda Blair), the priest(Jason Miller) trying his best to save the girl from evil existence only gains a temporary victory, as shown later in The Exorcist III.

27. Raw – 2016

Director: Julia Ducournou
Writer: Julia Ducournou
Cast: Garance Marillier, Laurent Lucas, Ella Rumpf.
Run time:99 minutes
IMDB Rating: 7/10

You can trick your friends into watching this movie by saying that it’s a coming of age movie but it is so much more than that, this movie shows Ducournau’s brazen mind with chills being sent down your throat. With its nasty, visceral, and innate scenes, this movie leaves a mark on your mind stating that you never know what you are gonna get.

The cannibalistic nature of the movie covered in Raw innocence is enough to make a person throw up. The viewer questions how could things go this bad instantly. Was that part of Justine always there hiding in plain sight? Go and watch the movie to find spooky answers to all your questions!

28. Midnight Mass – 2021

Director: Mike Flanagan
Writer: Mike Flanagan, James Flanagan, Elan Gale, Jeff Howard, and Dani Parker
Cast: Kate Siegel, Zach Gilford, Kristin Lehman, Henry Thomas, Samantha Sloyan, Hamish Linklater.
Run time: 7 Episodes
IMDB Rating: 7.3/10

Misfortune struck Crockett Island badly, every citizen is rife with discontent because the recent oil spill nearly annihilated the fish supply, the bread, and butter of Crockett island with the local economy collapsing how bad could things go?

Strange things occur dozens of dead cats have washed ashore, miracles start to happen paralyzed people walk and de-aging of people things start to go well but every good thing must come to an end and in this movie, they come to a pretty bad end. A strange priest tries converting the population into vampiric beings. Priest Paul believes that by doing these miracles he is essentially doing God’s Work.

29. Creep – 2014

Director: Patrick Brice
Writer: Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice
Cast: Patrick Brice, Mark Duplass.
Run time: 77 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.3/10

A psychotic person hires a videographer to come to his cabin in the woods and capture his life, the videographer is a naive person lacking wisdom.

The movie entirely depends upon the performances of the characters, Patrick Brice making sure that the characters live up to the mark. Finally, the old man’s odd behavior forces the young videographer to ask questions. He ultimately learns that the old man is not what he claims to be and he is not there for the job but some other reason. Reality slips under his feet and his world falls apart.

30. I’m Thinking of Ending Things – 2020

Director: Charlie Kaufman
Writer: Iain Reid, Jessie Buckley, Charlie Kaufman, and David Thewlis
Cast: Jessie Buckley, Jesse Plemons, Toni Collette, David Thewlis.
Run time: 134 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.6/10

Lucy is a figment of Jake’s imagination. Lucy is a woman who represents all the things that jake never became. Jake is a janitor who is a romantic not in terms of the style of art but how he longs to be with someone. Jake wanted to paint, make friends, and accomplish a hell of a lot more in his life but he could not. So to cope with this loss he became more and more introverted.

The last scene is of a car covered in snow in which Jake has died due to hypothermia an action he committed because lucy told her to. This movie breaks the barriers of sanity and takes you to the world of insane, which makes it one of the best Spooky movies on Netflix.

31. Let Me In – 2010

Director: Matt Reeves
Writer: Matt Reeves
Cast: Chloe Grace Moretz, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Richard Jenkins, Elias Koteas.
Run time: 116 minutes
IMDB Rating: 7.1/10

Let me in is based on a Swedish Novel, Let me in has taken a thoughtful understated love story and packed it into a horror movie. In this movie, we see a lot of intrigue and fantasy through a scenic view.

An isolated 12-year-old boy forms a bond with a vampire Abby(Chloe Grace Moretz) in an interesting turn of events. The movie is a daunting experience of horror events that take your breath away. Abby looks out for isolated people by trying to seduce Owen to replace her accomplice. A modern horror classic here that goes on to the time’s Best Horror Movies on Netflix.

32. Crimson Peak – 2015

Director:  Guillermo del Toro
Writer: Lucinda Coxon, Guillermo del Toro, and Matthew Robbins
Cast: Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain.
Run time: 119 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.5/10

A gothic romantic horror movie written by brilliant del Toro, we follow the story of Edith Cushing, daughter of a wealthy businessman who marries Thomas Sharpe, a British aristocrat, When she moves into her home spooky things start to happen. “Beware of Crimson Peak” that’s what her mother’s ghost advised her to do.

Mr. Cushing investigates Thomas Sharpe and upon finding the truth bribes Thomas to leave the next day Mr. Cushing is murdered. Thomas and Edith married and went to England. Lucille is Thomas’s sister who proves to be a very toxic character. The suffering, story, and acting make this movie one of the Best Horror Movies on the internet.

33. Creep 2 – 2017

Director: Patrick Brice
Writer: Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice 
Cast: Desiree Akhavan, Mark Duplass, Karan Soni
Run time: 80 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.4/10

Creep was not one of those movies that beg for a sequel. Creep 2 is an unsettling sequel to Creep, this film shows an organic and natural way in which a killer finds his victim.

The victim is not represented as some meek girl, but as a questioning videographer who at times even makes the killer uncomfortable. The straightforwardness of the characters surprises the audience when Sara the videographer asks Aaron what he does?, he outrightly admits that he is a serial killer. Aaron reminisces about his past where he killed with much more passion, now he admits that it feels more like a job.

34. Fear Street Part 1:1994 – 2021

Director: Leigh Janiak
Writer: Phil Graziadei and Leigh Janiak.
Cast: Olivia Scott Welch, Benjamin Flores Jr., Kiana Madeira,  Fred Hechinger, Julia Rehwald, Maya Hawke.
Run time:  107 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.2/10

Fear Street 1994 stands out in the family as the boldest, vicious, and blood lusty movie, it surely made a name for itself and hinted at the thrilling end which is to come.

The movie beautifully uncover some mysteries while it left other deeper ones to be explored in Fear Street: 1978 and Fear Street:1666. Dina and Josh head to school where we learn that Josh is obsessed with her sister’s best friend. Dina confronts her Ex before a match and the haunting begins. Fear Street is a beautiful cinematic blend of excellent acting, cinematography, and violence.

35. Gerald’s Game – 2017

Director: Mike Flanagan
Writer: Jeff Howard and Mike Flanagan.
Cast: Bruce Greenwood, Carla Gugino
Run time: 103 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.5/10

A couple runs out of passion in their relationship. To rekindle their relationship they go to a special place. Now, Jessie’s hands are tied to the bed and suddenly Gerald dies. Jessie is trapped physically but also mentally with her doubts and insecurities which take many forms and continuously haunt Jessie. had a troubled past and the ghosts of her past still haunt her.

An incident with her late father left a disturbing mark on her conscience. Jessie had a personality of never confronting her problems and burying them deep in herself. Will she be able to leave? Watch the movie and find out.

36. Oats Studio-Vol. 1 – 2017

Director: Neill Blomkamp
Writer: Thomas Carl Sweterlitsch and Neill Blomkamp
Cast: Sigourney Weaver, Dakota Fanning, Carly Pope, Steve Boyle
Run time:  72 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.4/10

Oats Studio was a project done by Blomkamp which covered various Sci-fi features. These features cover fantasy and horror with a perfect mix of science fiction.

Rakka was one of them which illuminates the idea of Earth being overrun by telepathic reptilian aliens. Another feature Firebase puts a soldier fighting a reality-warping “River God” in a southeast Asian Military conflict. The bright start of the features is the terrifying zygote in which Ella fanning is running from a grotesque creature that has taken over her lab. With the vibes of horror, adventure, and ghosts these features are the best Spooky movies on Netflix.

37. Apostle – 2018

Director: Gareth Evans
Writer: Gareth Evans
Cast: Lucy Boynton, Dan Stevens, Bill Milner, Mark Lewis Jones, Michael Sheen
Run time: 129 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.3/10

A drifter is faced with no when his sister is kidnapped and he follows the kidnapper on a desolate remote island with an evil religious cult.

The movie is set in 1905. Thomas infiltrates the island’s community and learns that this community has forsaken the ways of the mainland because of corruption. But the same corruption does not end on the island, in fact, Richard uncovers that the same thing has infested the island and things are way worse on the island than anybody could have imagined.

38. Before I Wake – 2016

Director: Mike Flanagan 

Writer: Mike Flanagan, Jeff Howard 

Cast: Kate Bosworth, Oleksandr Reshetilov, Thomas Jane

Runtime: 1h 37m

IMDB Rating: 6.2/10

Jessie and Mark adopt Cody, an 8-year-old kid, in this spooky thriller. Cody is afraid of going asleep. Cody’s dreams emerge in reality while he sleeps, which initially causes his insomnia. Cody’s imagination is amazing, but his night terrors are terrifying. Jessie and Mark go on a risky hunt to solve Cody’s nightmares.

39. Sinister 2 – 2015

Director: Ciarán Foy 

Writer: Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill 

Cast: James Ransone, Shannyn Sossamon, Robert Daniel Sloan

Runtime: 1h 37m

IMDB Rating: 5.3/10

Dylan experiences nightmares in Ellison Oswait’s home near a cornfield and is met by ghostly youngsters led by Milo. Dylan resides with his parent Courtney Collins, who just left her violent husband, and his brother Zach. The spirits force Dylan to watch Super 8 home movies of people being massacred. He discovers Courtney and her sons at the farmhouse. He says he’s a private detective and defends her from her ex-bluff husband to keep the kids. Courtney becomes his lover. Dylan assures the spirits he won’t watch any more videos, but Zach replaces him. When their father gets custody, Courtney must take the kids.

40. He Never Died – 2015

Director: Jason Krawczyk 

Writer: Jason Krawczyk 

Cast: Henry Rollins, Booboo Stewart, Kate Greenhouse

Runtime: 1h 39m

IMDB Rating: 6.3/10

Jack is at a standstill. Because of his extreme depression and antisocial behavior, his daily routine now consists of napping and watching TV. He goes to a diner all day, plays church bingo, and then goes home to sleep. The existence of Jack is called into question when hired assailants turn up.

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You might want to bring along your best friend, some snacks, and a blanket because this is going to be one heck of a terrifying ride on the roller coaster. In addition, the atmosphere will become eerie after a time; therefore, you shouldn’t go in unprepared.  No matter whatever one of these films you decide to see, you can be certain that you will be terrified, thrilled, and/or experience ghosts since every film presents a different narrative, complete with its specters of times gone by. You should watch all of the films that are included on the list of the best horror movies on Netflix UK.