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50 Best Horror Movies on Netflix Canada

50 Best Horror Movies on Netflix Canada

If you’re in the mood for a scary movie marathon, you’re in luck: today I’m sharing the best horror movies on Netflix Canada to binge-watch this March 2024!

Whether you’re into intense psychological thrillers or extreme gore, there’s definitely something on this list for ya to watch.

If you’re a horror movie fan, you’ll love ’em all.

Here are some of the best horror movies to binge-watch on Netflix Canada, no matter what type of horror you’re into!

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Best horror movies on Netflix Canada

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A Perfect Getaway (2009)

Newlyweds Cliff and Cydney travel to Hawaii for their honeymoon, and things take a turn for the worse when they find out tourists are being murdered on the island.

A Perfect Getaway has an incredible ending if you’re a fan of good twists.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Don’t Breathe (2016 & 2021)

A trio of thieves break into a blind veteran’s apartment in search of a major cash settlement he received after the death of his child.

They get more than they bargained for, and it turns into a desperation for survival.

I thought this movie was going to be terrible before I saw it, but it was actually really good.

Don’t Breathe 2 follows a veteran and his young daughter, who live together in an isolated cabin.

When his daughter is kidnapped, he’s forced to tap into his darker instincts.

The second film isn’t as great as the first, but it’s still a great watch, especially if you like seeing bad guys get what they deserve.

You can watch both movies on Netflix!

2 films available on Netflix, watch the trailers for the first and second movies

Old (2020)

A family goes on a tropical holiday where they discover a secluded beach that causes them to age rapidly.

The acting isn’t the greatest tbh, but it is very suspenseful and an interesting watch.

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Old is based on a Swiss graphic novel titled Sandcastle.

The cinematography by Michael Gioulakis is lovely – he also did the cinematography for Shyamalan’s Split and Glass, Jordan Peele’s Us, and Servant on Apple TV+!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Escape Room: Tournament of Champions (2021)

If you love doing escape rooms, you’ll enjoy watching Escape Room.

In the original movie, six people from different walks of life compete in an escape room to win $10,000, and of course, things start to take a dark turn.

The first movie isn’t on Netflix, but you can watch the sequel, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, which is a direct continuation of the story.

In this one, six former winners find themselves locked in another series of deadly escape rooms, in a sick “tournament of champions”.

I honestly enjoyed the first movie a lot more, but it’s still fun seeing all the different escape rooms and how they try to get out of them!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Fantasy Island (2020)

Fantasy Island gives guests the chance to experience their darkest fantasies, but the island’s newest guests realize it’s more of a nightmare than a fantasy.

It’s a fun watch with a pretty decent twist at the end!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Till Death (2021)

Stuck in a stale and unhappy marriage, Emma and her controlling husband spend a romantic anniversary evening at their secluded lakehouse in the winter.

Emma wakes up to a surprise the next morning when she’s handcuffed to her dead husband, who she discovers turned it all into his own twisted game.

Megan Fox stars in Till Death, and she’s actually pretty good in it!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Roommate (2011)

A design student named Sara movies into her college dorm in a new city, where she meets her wealthy roommate, Rebecca.

Of course, things take a turn for the worst as Rebecca becomes obsessed with Sara and starts to target people in her life.

I think I watched The Roommate in theatres when it first came out, and I thought it was great.

Leighton Meester, Minka Kelly, Cam Gigandet, and Aly Michalka all star in the thriller!

Tbh Leighton Meester truly makes the movie.

The psychological thriller is pretty much a remake of the 90’s movie Single White Female.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

1922 (2017)

A rancher convinces his teenage son to help murder his wife for financial gain.

1922 is based on a novella by Stephen King, and it’s (literally) about guilt eating you alive.

It’s kind of a slow movie as it is a drama, but I really enjoyed it!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Circle (2015)

50 strangers wake up in a strange room where they have to pick one person to execute every two minutes.

Circle is a film about humanity, and it shows what people are willing to sacrifice in themselves in order to save themselves.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Platform (2019)

The Platform is a Spanish horror movie on Netflix Canada that not everyone will be able to stomach.

It’s set sometime in the future in a vertical prison, where inmates get fed via a descending platform, leading those at the very bottom to starve.

You can imagine the types of things people do when they’re starving, and decide if you want to watch based on that.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Cam (2018)

A cam girl’s live stream channel gets taken over by a mysterious woman that looks exactly like her.

It’s super eerie, and it kind of makes social media feel a little scary.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

See for Me (2021)

While house-sitting a secluded mansion, a visually-impaired former skier must rely on an army veteran living across the country to help her fight back against a group of thieves.

This is actually a Canadian film, and they filmed the movie in Ontario!

1 film available on Crave, watch the trailer

Horror movies on Netflix Canada

Best supernatural horror movies on Netflix Canada

The Conjuring franchise (2013 & 2016)

The Conjuring is one of the creepiest horror franchises out there, probably because each movie is based on a real case solved by Ed and Lorraine Warren, who were paranormal investigators.

In the first movie, the Warrens come to the assistance of a troubled family, who experience increasingly disturbing events in their newly-occupied farmhouse in Rhode Island in 1971.

In the second movie, they travel to north London to help out a single mother and her four children.

The Devil Made Me Do It is the third instalment of The Conjuring series, where Ed and Lorraine Warren investigate a young man accused of murder, who claims he’s been possessed.

Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson star in all of the movies, and they’re fantastic together.

Only the first two movies are available to stream on Netflix, and they’re terrifying!

There are also spinoff movies all in the same universe, including the creepy Annabelle, which is also available to stream on Netflix.

2 films available on Netflix, watch the trailers for the first and second movies

Annabelle (2014)

The Annabelle movies are all about – you guessed it – a creepy doll named Annabelle that’s possessed by an evil spirit.

In the first movie, a man gifts a vintage doll to his wife, but when devil worshippers invade their home, they turn the object into something evil.

Only the first film is available to stream on Netflix.

If you want to watch the other movies, Annabelle: Creation actually precedes Annabelle so I’d recommend watching it before watching the other movies.

Annabelle was also a case investigated by Lorraine and Ed Warren, and it’s part of The Conjuring universe.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Talk to Me (2022)

A group of friends discover how to conjure spirits with an embalmed hand, and they become hooked on the exhilaration and high-stakes party game.

However, their fascination takes a dark turn when one of them goes too far and unleashes terrifying supernatural forces.

Talk to Me is one of the more unique horror movies I’ve watched in recent years, alongside Hereditary, Midsommar, and Barbarian.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Eli (2019)

A young boy with a rare autoimmune disease goes to a facility for treatment, where he starts to see supernatural occurrences.

Sadie Sink (Max from Stranger Things) and Lili Taylor (from The Conjuring) star in Eli!

The twist ending is pretty interesting, and there’s a v gory scene in there for ya gore lovers out there.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Ritual (2018)

A group of former college friends reunite after the death of their friend, and they go hiking in the Scandinavian wilderness.

Stranded in the dark forest, they get chased by a malevolent presence.

The Ritual is an intense and terrifying film to watch, and you won’t want to go hiking in the wilderness anytime soon.

1 film available on Netlix, watch the trailer

Candyman (2021)

The Candyman is a creepy hook-handed killer who terrorizes people who speak his name, and the 2021 film is a direct sequel of the 1992 movie.

Some of the actors from the original movie reprise their roles in the sequel, and Jordan Peele is also one of the writers!

The movies are also quite gory if that’s what you’re looking for.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Insidious: The Last Key (2018)

Parapsychologist Elise receives a disturbing phone call from a man who claims that his house is haunted, and she realizes it’s where she grew up as a child.

She travels to her former childhood home, accompanied by her two investigative partners, to confront the demon that she accidentally set free years earlier.

Insidious: The Last Key tells the backstory of Elise from the first three Insidious movies.

Though this movie is my least favourite of the series, the Insidious series is my favourite horror movie franchise of all-time.

Chapters 1 are 2 are so well thought-out, and everything makes so much sense in Chapter 2!

The gist of the first two movies is that a family gets haunted by malevolent entities because of a special skill they have.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Brahms: The Boy II (2020)

When a young family moves into an old residence, terror strikes when their son discovers a doll named Brahms that appears to be eerily human.

The first movie in the franchise (starring Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie from The Walking Dead) is actually pretty good, and Brahms: The Boy II is a sequel starring Katie Holmes.

It’s definitely not as good as the first one, but still an entertaining watch nevertheless!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Veronica (2017)

I watched Veronica because one of my friends told me it was supposedly the scariest horror movie on Netflix (at the time).

Verónica and her friends try to summon the spirit of her late father during a solar eclipse, and they end up bringing evil demons back with them.

While it was definitely scary, it’s not the most terrifying horror movie I’ve seen on Netflix.

Anyway, it’s still a creepy supernatural horror film that you’ll enjoy if you’re into ghosts and spirits and all that jazz.

It’s also in Spanish, so you’ll have to read subtitles.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Binding (2020)

While visiting her fiancé’s mother in southern Italy, a woman must fight off the mysterious and malevolent curse intent on claiming her daughter.

It’s pretty terrifying, and I would say it’s on the same level of scariness as Verónica!

The Binding is in Italian, but they do have an English dub available.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Grudge (2020)

You’ve definitely heard of The Grudge horror franchise, and this 2020 film is in the same universe as the original American remake.

The Grudge curse starts when someone dies in extreme rage or sorrow, and it gets passed on when someone encounters the entity, which then passes onto that person, and continues repeatedly.

John Cho and Lin Shaye both star in this version of The Grudge.

Fun fact: they filmed the movie in Winnipeg!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Craft (1996 & 2020)

A new girl in town joins a coven of 3 outcast teenage girls who practice witchcraft, and as they practice their powers against people that wrong them, and things start to take a detrimental turn.

Neve Campbell and Skeet Ulrich both star in The Craft!

There’s also a 2020 remake called The Craft: Legacy.

Both movies start off good and kind of go downhill afterwards, but they’re still fun to watch.

1 film available on Crave, watch the trailers for the first and second movies

Horror movies on Netflix Canada

Best psychological horror movies on Netflix Canada

Gerald’s Game (2017)

Gerald’s Game is one of the best film adaptations of a Stephen King novel out there.

Jessie and Gerald head to their isolated cabin to rekindle their marriage, and during a kinky game, Gerald dies from a heart attack.

Handcuffed to the bed with no way to escape, Jessie starts to hallucinate.

It’s a very eerie story, and the film is very well-done – one of the best horror movies on Netflix Canada.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

American Psycho (2000)

Patrick Bateman is a wealthy investment banker with a secret psychopathic side, and his bloodlust gets increasingly violent as he indulges in his dark desires.

American Psycho is a pretty gory one, so shield your eyes from this one if too much blood freaks you out.

It was good the first time watching it, but I think I liked it even better the second time around.

Some big names are in this horror classic, including Christian Bale, Reese Witherspoon, and Jared Leto!

There’s actually a sequel with Mila Kunis, but it’s more of a comedy horror and isn’t as good.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

1408 (2007)

A successful author known for debunking supernatural phenomena spends the night in a haunted room at the Dolphin Hotel, where he learns the meaning of real terror.

John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson both star in 1408!

This movie absolutely terrified my siblings and I as kids, but thankfully, I rewatched it as an adult and realized it wasn’t as scary as I remembered it being.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Split (2016)

Kevin has revealed 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, but there’s still one that remains submerged.

He kidnaps and imprisons three teenage girls in an isolated underground facility, and is thrust into a war for survival within himself.

This M. Night Shyamalan movie stars James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Bruce Willis.

Split is the second movie in the Unbreakable trilogy, with Unbreakable and Glass also being in the same universe.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Last Night in Soho (2021)

A young fashion design student mysteriously transports to the 60s, where she encounters a glamorous aspiring singer.

While everything seems all glitz and glam at the start, things turn out to be darker than they seem.

Anya Taylor-Joy is incredible in The Last Night in Soho, and Matt Smith is also great!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Unlocked (2023)

If you know someone who’s a little too obsessed with their phone, watch this anxiety-ridden South Korean thriller with them.

It’s all about Nami, whose entire world is turned upside down after a dangerous man gets ahold of her lost cellphone and uses it to track her every move.

Im Si-wan stars as the main guy, and he does a fantastic job of being creepy!

He also stars as the protagonist in a really great (but creepy) K-drama called Strangers from Hell, which is also titled as Hell is Other People.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Netflix Canada

Best sci-fi & creature horror movies on Netflix Canada

It (2017)

Seven young outcasts in the town of Derry face off against an ancient, shape-shifting evil that emerges from the sewers every 27 years to prey on the town’s children.

The friends must overcome their own personal fears to battle the bloodthirsty clown known as Pennywise.

It is one of the most terrifying horror movies I’ve ever seen, but it might just be because I’m afraid of clowns.

There’s also a sequel set 27 years after the events of the first movie, though it’s not available on Netflix!

1 film on Netflix, watch the trailer

Train to Busan (2016)

Train to Busan is without a doubt the best zombie horror film I have ever seen.

While Seok-woo and his daughter are aboard a train to the city of Busan, they get trapped in the middle of a zombie outbreak.

It’s absolutely terrifying, especially since the zombies actually run fast.

The film is in Korean, so you’ll have to read subtitles, but it’s absolutely worth it.

There’s also a sequel called Peninsula, but it’s a completely different story and I didn’t love it as much as the first movie.

If you like Train to Busan, you should also watch Kingdom, a Netflix series about zombies invading ancient Korea (who also run fast).

1 film available on Neflix, watch the trailer

#Alive (2020)

After a virus breaks out in the city, a lone survivor is left stranded in his apartment with no food and no weapons.

There’s also an American version called Pandemic starring Tyler Posey (from Teen Wolf) with almost the exact same storyline.

I actually preferred the American version to the South Korean one, but #Alive is still good and worth a watch!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Bird Box (2018)

There were lots of memes about Bird Box when it came out, but I actually really enjoyed it.

A mysterious force causes people to harm themselves, forcing survivors to shield their eyes in order to stay alive.

A mother and her children make the dangerous journey to a potential safe haven, all the while keeping their blindfolds on.

Sandra Bullock is an incredible actress as always, and Sarah Paulson is of course amazing as well!

You can also watch Bird Box Barcelona, which expands on the story and is set in Barcelona.

2 films available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Blood Quantum (2019)

The world gets taken over by a zombie virus, and the Mi’qmaq community of Red Crow is immune to it.

If you’re a fan of gore, you’ll definitely enjoy this one.

Blood Quantum features an almost entirely Indigenous cast, and it’s also a Canadian film!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

47 Meters Down (2017)

If you’re into shark movies, the 47 Meters Down is pretty freaky.

Mandy Moore and Claire Holt star as sisters who get trapped in a cage underwater while diving in shark-infested waters.

There’s also a second movie starring John Corbett (Aidan from Sex and the City on Crave), though it’s not on Netflix.

The second movie is about four teenage girls who decide to explore an underwater Mayan settlement and accidentally get trapped with great white sharks.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021)

A group of survivors try to survive a zombie outbreak in their hometown of Raccoon City, once home to the pharmaceutical giant Umbrella.

Resident Evil is a zombie horror franchise based on a Japanese video game, and you can watch the latest movie on Netflix, which is actually a reboot.

Kaya Scodelario (Effy from Skins), Robbie Arnell (Nathan from Upload), and Tom Hopper (Luther from Umbrella Academy) all star in this reboot.

It definitely doesn’t compare to the OG Resident Evil, but it’s still entertaining, and the zombies look scary.

There are also two different Resident Evil series on Netflix (one live action and one animated), though I personally haven’t seen either yet.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best slasher & gory horror movies on Netflix Canada

Scream panel at Fan Expo Canada
Scream panel at Fan Expo Canada 2015.

Scream (1996)

Can you call yourself a horror fan without having seen Scream?

The Scream franchise revolves around Sidney Prescott, who constantly gets chased by psychopaths in ghostface masks.

It’s definitely one of my favourite horror franchises of all-time, and you can stream the first movie on Netflix.

It’s the ultimate slasher franchise that never gets old or boring, and I never get tired of re-watching it.

While Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger may be the OG slasher villains, I find myself laughing too much since both franchises started in the 70s and 80s and the special effects and costumes are kinda corny.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Final Destination franchise (2000-2009)

Final Destination is an iconic horror franchise that you’ve probably heard of even if you’ve never seen the movies before.

Basically in each movie, a group of people cheat death by having premonitions, and they end up mysteriously dying one by one because of ~fate~.

People die pretty horrifically, but it’s still amusing if you’re a horror lover.

You can watch 3 of the movies on Netflix, as well as the other two movies on Crave!

3 films available on Netflix

The Forever Purge (2021)

Part of the popular Purge franchise, The Forever Purge is about a different set of people and how they deal with the infamous Purge.

If you don’t know what the fictional “Purge” is, it’s 12 hours when almost all crime is legal, in an effort to create a ~crime-free~ world the rest of the year.

A sergeant plans revenge from the loss of his son, but finds himself protecting four innocent strangers who desperately need his help to survive the night.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

A Nightmare on Elm Street is a classic horror franchise all about Freddy Kruger and his terribly creepy knife fingers.

He stalks teenagers in their dreams and kills them, ultimately killing them in reality as well.

This classic ’80s slasher by Wes Craven has spawned a whole franchise, and you can watch the 2010 movie on Netflix.

You can watch the first 5 movies from the ’80s on Crave!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Friday the 13th (2009)

Against the advice of locals and police, Clay searches the eerie woods surrounding Crystal Lake for his missing sister.

Hidden amongst the rotting cabins of an abandoned summer camp, hockey-masked killer Jason Voorhees lies in wait for a chance to use his machete on the group of college students who’ve come to the forest to party.

Jared Padalecki (Sam from Supernatural on Prime Video) stars in this reboot of the iconic ’80s franchise!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Halloween Kills (2021)

As much as I love to hate on the Halloween movies, I can’t deny that I’ll keep watching them.

It’s not my favourite horror franchise of all-time, but it’s still a classic, and it stars iconic scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis.

If you haven’t seen Halloween before, it’s basically about a seemingly-invincible dude named Michael Myers who goes around killing people every Halloween.

You can watch the 2021 film on Netflix Canada!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Saw franchise (2004-2021)

Whenever I come across a torture movie, I always ask myself: who the heck is watching this stuff?!

And then I remember I’m watching it and I’m entertained by it. *shudders*

If you don’t know what the Saw franchise is about, basically, people get kidnapped and put into traps where they have to either escape or die… And it’s pretty gruesome.

Anyway, if you’re okay with seeing tons of blood and gore and torture, you can watch 6 of the Saw movies on Netflix Canada.

You can also watch more of the instalments of the franchise on Crave.

6 films available on Netflix

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022)

You’ve probably heard of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre at least once or twice, and it’s about a creepy serial killer named Leatherface who likes to wear people’s skin on his face.

The newest Texas Chainsaw Massacre is about a group of young people who seek to rebuild an abandoned ghost town, where they encounter Leatherface.

The writing is a little unrealistic for modern times, but it’s still a great watch for anyone who’s a fan of the franchise.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Random Acts of Violence (2019)

A famous comic book writer discovers gruesome events are happening around a character in his comics.

It’s pretty gory, so don’t watch if that kind of stuff freaks you out.

This is the first time I’ve personally seen Jay Baruchel do anything outside of comedy, and he actually directs and stars in Random Acts of Violence!

1 film available on Crave, watch the trailer

Hell Fest (2018)

A group of friends head to a horror-themed amusement park on Halloween night for a night of fun, but it ends up being a bloody night of terror as a masked serial killer begins picking them off one by one.

This one is your typical slasher flick, but it’s still a fun watch!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

I Spit on Your Grave (2010)

After a young writer is brutally assaulted by a group of men, she exacts her vengeance on them one by one.

I Spit on Your Grave is a revenge horror franchise, and the original was actually made back in 1978.

The 2010 and 2015 films are remakes of the original, and the 2013 movie is a completely separate story.

The movies are very triggering, so it’s not for everyone to watch.

I would definitely say this is one of the scariest movies on Netflix, not because it’s specifically scary, but because it’s so real.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best horror comedy movies on Netflix Canada

The Final Girls (2015)

Max and her friends get transported into a cult slasher flick while watching it at the theatre, and they have to rely on their knowledge of horror movie tropes to survive.

I can’t believe I’d never heard of The Final Girls before it came onto Netflix – it actually came out in 2015 supposedly.

It stars Taissa Farmiga and Nina Dobrev!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Babysitter franchise (2017 & 2020)

Cole stays up past his bedtime and accidentally discovers that his hot babysitter is part of a satanic cult, and he spends the rest of the night trying to stay alive.

The Babysitter is a fun horror/comedy if you’re in the mood for gore and laughs.

The second movie, Killer Queen, follows Cole two years later when he finds himself back in the same situation.

Part one is actually pretty entertaining, but they really could’ve done without making part two.

Still fun to watch both though, if you’re in the mood for a (humorous) horror movie marathon!

2 films available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Netflix Canada

Best horror movies on Netflix Canada to binge-watch (March 2024):

  1. A Perfect Getaway
  2. Don’t Breathe
  3. Old
  4. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions
  5. Fantasy Island
  6. Till Death
  7. The Roommate
  8. 1922
  9. Circle
  10. The Platform
  11. Cam
  12. See for Me
  13. The Conjuring
  14. Annabelle
  15. Talk to Me
  16. Eli
  17. The Ritual
  18. Candyman
  19. Insidious: The Last Key
  20. Brahms: The Boy II
  21. Veronica
  22. The Binding
  23. The Grudge
  24. The Craft
  25. Gerald’s Game
  26. American Psycho
  27. 1408
  28. Split
  29. The Last Night in Soho
  30. Unlocked
  31. It
  32. Train to Busan
  33. #Alive
  34. Bird Box
  35. Blood Quantum
  36. 47 Meters Down
  37. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City
  38. Scream
  39. Final Destination
  40. The Forever Purge
  41. A Nightmare on Elm Street
  42. Friday the 13th
  43. Halloween
  44. Saw
  45. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
  46. Random Acts of Violence
  47. Hell Fest
  48. I Spit on Your Grave
  49. The Final Girls
  50. The Babysitter

These were some of the best horror movies on Netflix Canada to binge-watch this March 2024!

Every time I watch a movie, I rate it on Letterboxd – it’s a great way to keep track of what you’ve watched and what your friends are watching!

Of course, there are plenty more awesome horror movies to watch on Netflix, but these were just some of my own favourites.

I also update this post every month with the latest horror movies on Netflix, so feel free to bookmark it if you’re a horror movie buff!

Have you seen any of these horror movies on Netflix Canada? What are some of the best horror flicks in your opinion? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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  1. Candice says:

    These are all some really great options! I love the conjuring universe movies so everything in the franchise is such a great watch.

    Candice x

  2. Jessica Lam says:

    The original Conjuring movies are def my favourites in the franchise, but the rest are fun to watch as well!

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