It’s almost Halloween, and if you’re looking for something to do while you wait for the trick-or-treaters to arrive, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some activities you can enjoy while you wait for the kids to come knocking on your door. I have put together a list of some of the most exciting new horror movies you will be able to stream throughout October, and I hope you will find it interesting. These movies will be release in theatres and on streaming services. You will notice that we have included a few movies that are great for watching with a large group of people, such as a group of friends or coworkers, as you can see for yourself. Enjoy yourself!
The Babysitter: Killer Queen (Netflix)
This is one of Netflix’s newest original movies, The Babysitter: Killer Queen, a horror comedy series in which a young boy is paired with his babysitter, the queen of a killer doll society, in a supernatural thriller. This film will keep you laughing while keeping you on the edge of your seat as it features an ensemble cast with Bella Thorne, Robbie Amal, and David Spade (along with the voice of Fred Arisen), making this film a sure-fire hit with audiences everywhere!
Josh, an 11-year-old boy, trying to impress his crush next door, is doing everything he can to impress her, but when she has other plans for him (along with her friends), Josh is forced to fight off zombies with his babysitter to live. This release from Netflix is perfect for anyone looking for a scary movie to watch at home during the Halloween season and this is the perfect movie for you!
The Binding (Netflix)
The Binding, a horror film available on Netflix, is visually stunning and surprisingly thought-provoking. Throughout the story, a young mother struggles against a sinister and mysterious curse that attempts to remove her child from her. The entire cast shines, but the show’s real star is director Domenico Emanuele de Feudist, who is also one of the few filmmakers working right now.
The film’s gorgeous direction and brilliant use of colour throughout are what makes it so visually captivating. You can watch it on Netflix if you sign up for their streaming service. The film is more concerned with the mind than any other aspect, and it maintains a high level of suspense and tension throughout its entire running time of one hundred minutes. If you’re looking for something that will give you more thrills than chills, this might be just what the doctor ordered for you!
Hubei Halloween (Netflix)
Hubei Halloween is not just a great film for kids but also for adults. A local eccentric and loyal volunteer whose fellow villagers ridicule him for his beautiful disposition and terrible pranks and tricks, gets himself into a proper investigation for a real murderer on Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts. The story is easy to immerse in because the script is funny and engaging. This story is captivating and humorous, making it easy to get caught up in it.
You will find yourself laughing at all of the jokes and enjoying all of the laughs. This is one movie that everyone needs to see, whether it be at home or in theatres!
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
An anthology of terrifying tales, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a film adaptation of Alvin Schwartz’s book series of the same name. André verbal, who previously directed Troll hunter (2010) and The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016), served as the film’s director. Guillermo del Toro served as the film’s producer. The movie was finally made available in August 2019.
Zoe Collette plays the role of Stella, Gabriel Rush plays Alvin, and Austin Abrams plays Arthur in the movie.The story’s plot centers on three youngsters who, on a trip to the public library in their town, come across a locked bookcase containing a collection of terrifying tales.
All three children, Alvin, Arthur, and Stella, are consider outcast at their respective schools. The three friends all enjoy spine-chilling tales, so they decide to go to the library in their hometown after it has closed for the day. They find a locked bookcase in the basement containing hundreds of books written by famous authors throughout history. They search through all of these books until they find the one that contains the hidden key, and then they use that key to open the case.
The Craft: Legacy (Hulu)
The Craft: Legacy is a 2019 horror anthology film with four stories, each starring someone from the original 1996 film. In “The Craft,” Sarah Carter plays Madison, a daughter of two warlocks who use their powers to help her find her magic. “Ivelisse’s Party” follows a young woman who finds out that the big party she’s been invite to by a boy she likes will be full of witchcraft.
“The Dollhouse” stars Sarah Brown as Kelly, an aspiring actress who has just land her first role in an off-Broadway production but soon realize that she may have got more than she bargain for when it come time for rehearsal and prop to come into play.
Finally, in “The Witching Hour,” Lori Singer plays Lila, whose mother die years ago, leaving her alone with her father, who has recently become distant and very secretive about his mysterious nights out—leading Lila on a quest through dark woods and enchanting spells looking for answers about why he suddenly changed after so many years together.”
In October, there are so many new scary shows, movies, series, and specials to choose from that it can be challenging to know where to start watching them. Because of this, we’ve put together this list so that you can get a head start on Halloween scares by choosing from all these fantastic options. We hope this guide has helped you find something suitable for your Halloween viewing pleasure, whether you are looking for a scary movie on Netflix or Hulu or you would rather watch something more traditional, such as “Hocus Pocus.” Happy haunting!