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For those wanting to spend this Halloween with a horror film binge, look no further than Amazon and Netflix for a collection of 2017’s top scary movies. While you’ll still have to head to the theater to catch It, the No. 1 horror pic of the year, along with other current horror hits Jigsaw and Happy Death Day, you can watch Get Out, Split and Cult of Chucky from the comfort of your own couch, while eating all of the candy meant for trick-or-treaters.
Here’s a roundup of 2017 horror flicks and where to stream them. (Click here for highlights of what to watch on TV.)
Annabelle: Creation – Amazon
Starring Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto, Stephanie Sigman
The fourth installment in the Conjuring series, this movie serves as a prequel to 2014’s Annabelle and tells the story of a toy maker and his wife who welcome orphans into their home and are soon haunted by a doll possessed by the couple’s dead daughter.
Be Afraid – Netflix
Starring Brian Krause, Jaimi Paige
In this pic, a man suffers from sleep paralysis and is visited by dark spirits who show him plans to abduct his son while he lays paralyzed in bed.
Cult of Chucky – Amazon, Netflix
Starring Fiona Dourif, Michael Therriault
The seventh film in the Chucky franchise, this installment follows the demon doll while it terrorizes its victims in an insane asylum.
Death Note – Netflix
Starring Willem Dafoe, Nat Wolff
This Netflix original movie, based on a Japanese manga series, tells the story of a high schooler who discovers a notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in it.
Gerald’s Game – Netflix
Starring Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood
A woman’s husband dies during a sex game, leaving her handcuffed to the bed with no way to escape, in this film based on the 1992 Stephen King novel.
Get Out – Amazon
Starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams
A breakout hit of 2017 and Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, Get Out is about a young black man who visits his white girlfriend’s family for the weekend and discovers secrets on the family’s estate.
It Comes at Night – Amazon
Starring Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbot
This film focuses on life after the apocalypse, as two surviving families must share a home in an attempt to survive.
Leatherface – Amazon
Starring Stephen Dorff, Vanessa Grasse
A young man escapes from a mental institution, kidnaps a nurse and starts a murderous streak to become a killer known as Leatherface in this pic.
Little Evil – Netflix
Starring Adam Scott, Evangeline Lilly
In a more light-hearted Halloween flick, a man who marries a woman with a son is soon convinced the boy is also the son of Satan.
Rings – Amazon
Starring Matilda Lutz, Johnny Galecki
A woman watches a movie that is said to kill the viewer in seven days and becomes transformed by the curse in Rings.
Split – Amazon
Starring James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy
Three young girls are kidnapped by a man with 23 personalities, some with good intentions and some with very bad ones, in this thriller.
The Babysitter – Netflix
Starring Bella Thorne, Robbie Amell, Samara Weaving
More of a teen horror film than any of the others on this list, this pic centers on a young child’s attractive babysitter who is part of a satanic cult.
The Disappointments Room – Netflix
Starring Kate Beckinsale, Gerald McRaney
After a family moves into a new home, the mother is immediately haunted in her dreams until she discovers a secret room in the house in The Disappointments Room.
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