If there is one exclusive genre that provides harmless fun, a little adventure all at the comfort of home, then it is surely the horror. There are a lot of choices of horror content on Netflix such that we all are overwhelmed with the problem of plenty. A perfectly executed horror film is hard to find, but we have done our research to give you the Best Five Netflix Horrors of all time-
(1) The Shining (1980)
The movie is adapted from Stephen King Novel, The Shining by Stanley Kubrick. Stanley has shown his pure caliber in the film, making it a league on its own. He is an epitome figure in the genre and reinvented the aspects of horror film making and inspired other directors to follow the line. He has used the textbook style of film-making and has provided the most unusual cinema experiences.
The Shining is the best horror film of all time and is the must-watch for all strong hearts.
(2) The Conjuring (2013)
Conjuring is the most undisputed king of creepy and scary movies of all time. With a never-heard-before storyline and visual scares, the movie is sure to bring the hell out of you. The movie surrounds Warrens, the famous American Paranormal Investigators, with one of their cases involving the Perron family. The movie is set in 1971 and has changed the horror game altogether.
(3) Train to Busan (2016)
It is one of the most popular mindblowing zombie horror movies which belongs to the nation of South Korea. The movie begins with people boarding the KTX 101 train from Seoul to Busan. The journey was supposed to end in one hour, but one bite wound from a young woman spreads throughout and turns the normal train journey into the worst nightmare. The movie is a must-watch for K-movie fans.
(4) The Wailing (2016)
The tragic and pathbreaking horror movie, The Wailing comes straight from the powerhouse of horror movies, South Korea. The lead character of the movie is Jong Hoo, an honest cop who tries to defeat the zombie transformed villagers but ends up meeting with his nemesis in the hands of his own daughter. It is the most successful South Korean movie of all time.
(5) 47 Meters Down (2017)
The most recent fixture to enter the best Netflix horrors category, 47 Meters Down, is a classic horror shark picture. The movie comprises the horrors of deep water and prowling sharks, which gives a perfect terrifying experience to its viewers. The lead characters of the film get trapped in a rusty cage, which was a part of their “adventure” surrounded by hungry sharks around them. So, don’t freak!