In the mood for good fear? Whether you’re addicted to demons or something bloodier, there are many ghostly scenes you can see Basic video. Wait for the night to fall, turn off the lights, grab the popcorn and let the horror begin – if you’re brave enough, that’s it.

Check out some of Amazon Prime Video’s best horror offers below.

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This black adult comedy contains surprisingly deep bloodstains. “Spontaneously” is followed by Mara (Katherine Langford) and Dylan (Charlie Plummer), two teenagers who fall in love in a horrific ordeal: Their classmates begin to explode spontaneously, one by one, in every shocking moment. Inexplicable events force teenagers to leave their worries about the future of a country and focus on living and enjoying the moment. The high concept is arranged logically and romance never becomes impudent. A smart, sharp and often fun trip.

Paramount Pictures

Quiet place, part II (2021)

The sequel to John Krasinski’s hit, A Quiet Place Part II, revisits the Abbott family when they are forced to leave their home and travel into the unknown. With a brand new baby towing, the journey is dangerous and stressful, as younger family members need to step up and take the lead.

Paramount Pictures

World War Z investigated the effects of a global disease back in 2013, but in this case, suffering turned sufferers into meaningless zombies. Starring Brad Pitt as former UN investigator Gary Lane, the film traces the spread and potential treatment of this widespread zombie plague.

Paramount Pictures

Following the story of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman, Sleepy Hollow is Tim Burton’s view of classic history. With the regular crew of Johnny Depp and Christina Richie, behind this classic fantasy horror lies a huge amount of stellar power.

New World Pictures

The Children of Corn (1984)

It would just be wrong to have a list of horror movies without something inspired by the works of Stephen King. The Children of Corn is a slasher classic that includes a bunch of scary children committing the atrocities and murders of a supernatural being who has power over a small rural town. A classic with a reason.

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Sometimes comedy horror is exactly what you need – not too scary, but not too cool. Sharknado is the perfect combination of absolute absurdity combined with a particle of blood. In a world where you can sometimes feel like a little fish in a big pond, why not spend some time watching a bunch of sharks?

Well Go USA Entertainment

If you’re looking for a seriously impressive zombie movie, look no further. Train To Busan is an action horror movie for a family stuck on a train amid a horrific zombie epidemic. Not only is it captivating and intense, but it’s also surprisingly human for a zombie movie. Worth to see!

Red Bank Films

One of the most famous horror movies on this list, Carrie is a cult classic with a reason. Starring Sisi Spacek, the film focuses on the trials of telekinetic teen Carrie as she faces a gang of violent teenagers, growing pain and family conflict. It has since sparked a reboot and a musical, but nothing surpasses the original.

Amazon

If you like your horror movies sprinkled with a bit of contemporary dance (and who wouldn’t!), Then Suspiria is definitely the one for you. It tells the story of a supernatural dance academy run by a witch’s coven and includes topics such as motherhood, guilt and abuse of power. In honor of the original 1977 film, Suspiria plays Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton.

Amazon

If psychological horror (and just a touch of blood) is right in your driveway, consider checking out The Neon Demon. Starring Elle Fanning, Jenna Malone and Keanu Reeves, the film follows an ambitious model (Fanning) as she tries to make her way in this hefty industry – at all costs.

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