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Fright Fest: 8 Nail-Biting Horror Films on Netflix

Need some spine chilling horror films? Check these out!

Ready for some Netflix and thrills?

On this list, we’ve rounded up some good horror films that are currently up for streaming on Netflix here in the Philippines! From unseen evil to murderous psychos, these films will surely give you frights and play with your paranoia. Check them out below!

The Ritual

Directed by: David Bruckner
Starring: Arsher Ali, Rob James-Collier, Rafe Spall, and Sam Troughton
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Four university friends–Phil, Dom, Hutch, and Luke– embark on a hiking trip in Sweden to honor their departed friend Rob, who had wanted to hike with them before he met his untimely demise. During their hike, however, the four friends find themselves in a mysterious forest where an ancient evil lurks.

Creep 2

Directed by: Patrick Brice
Starring: Mark Duplass, Desiree Akhavan, and Karan Soni
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If you’ve enjoyed Creep on Netflix, this sequel’s gonna take the thrill even further. Creep 2 follows the college student Sara, who has a Youtube series titled “Encounters” where she tapes strangers she met on Craigslist. This is where she stumbles upon Aaron, who will pay her $1,000 to videotape him for a day. But the madness unfolds as he begins confessing that he is a serial killer.

The Strangers: Prey at Night

Directed by: Johannes Roberts
Starring: Bailee Madison, Martin Henderson, and Emma Bellomy
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This heart-stopping slasher film tells the story of a family road trip gone wrong. Couple Mike and Cindy, along with their teenage daughter and son, spend the night at a quiet trailer park. As they attempt to reconnect with each other, the night takes a dark turn when they realize that they’re being stalked by three masked murderers.

Under The Shadow

Directed by: Babak Anvari
Starring: Narges Rashidi, Avin Manshadi, and Bobby Naderi
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The film takes place in 1980s Tehran during the Iran-Iraq War. It follows a woman named Shideh and her daughter Dorsa, who are living in an apartment building that gets damaged by a missile. As bizarre occurrences unfold around them, Shideh begins to be convinced that the missile must’ve brought an evil djinn into their home.


Directed by: Zak Hilditch
Starring: Thomas Jane, Molly Parker, and Dylan Schmid
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Based on a Stephen King novella, this film centers around the farmer Wilf who murders his own wife for financial gain, while making their 14-year old son assist him in committing the crime. They got away with the murder, but it would not be long before madness comes to haunt them both.

The Invitation

Directed by: Karyn Kusama
Starring: Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, and Michiel Huisman
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Years after being divorced, Will receives an invitation from his ex-wife and her new husband for a dinner party with old friends. With his girlfriend by his side, Will obliged. But while everyone seems unsuspecting, he feels that there is something wrong with the whole setup, thinking that the hosts are planning to kill their guests.


Directed by: Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling
Starring: Martin Freeman, Anthony Hayes, and Susie Porter
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Set in a world plagued by a zombie virus, Cargo follows an infected father who travels the wilds of Australia looking for someone who can take care of his infant daughter before he turns into one of the undead.

The Exorcism of Emily Rose

Directed by: Scott Derrickson
Starring: Laura Linney, Tom Wilkinson, and Campbell Scott
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The Exorcism of Emily Rose is a real cult classic that is worth rewatching if you’re looking for a good scare. It tells the story of the young Emily Rose who was believed to be demonically possessed. After her death, a prosecutor is sent to investigate the matter after some people suspected that the cause of her death was the exorcism performed on her by a priest.

Looking for more films that will give you the chills on Netflix? You can also check out our Halloween list of horror flicks last year.

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