Friday the 13th has finally rolled around again and it is downright exciting. This only happens so often. October is hands down the spookiest month of the year and this year it is at its all-time spookiest. With both Friday the 13th and Halloween wrapped up in just 31 days, there is just one thing on everyone’s minds — horror movies. What better way to celebrate than with a few hours of demons, creatures and adult-killing kids?
Let’s check out some of the best horror movies on Netflix to enjoy this Friday the 13th.
Do you like puzzles? If so, Jigsaw’s got one just for you.
Saw tells the story of Adam Stanheight and Lawrence Gordon. The two men find themselves trapped in a filthy bathroom, chained to rusty pipes, after being captured by sadistic serial killer Jigsaw. The only hope the men have of getting out? Kill the other one.
The first of the seven-movie franchise, Saw is definitely a Friday the 13th must.
Curse of Chucky (2013)
The horror genre is known for the use of cute but demented children’s dolls, the most infamous of them all being none other than the redheaded menace known as — Chucky. Curse of Chucky finds everyone’s favorite doll back again and ready to kill for revenge.
Curse of Chucky is the sixth installment in the incredibly creepy Child’s Play series. Get ready to fear the dolls.
Children of the Corn (1984)
Stephen King has taken the world by storm this year. With the movie IT, King tells the story of a killer clown and the astounding children that are able to stop him. In Children of the Corn, King makes the children the villans.
When Burt Stanton and his girlfriend Vicky find the body of a dead boy on their way to Stanton’s new job, their lives change forever. After wandering into a small town inhabited by only small children, the couple realizes the children are no ordinary kids — they’re murderous. Will they make it out alive? Only one way to find out.
New Nightmare (1994)
Freddy’s back! Horror’s favorite disfigured villain Freddy Krueger is back and scarier than ever in this 1994 film. Wes Craven’s New Nightmare is the combination of fantasy and reality. The film finds Nightmare on Elm Street director Wes Craven’s life turned upside down when the villain he brought to the big screen possesses his son.
Note to self — don’t mess with Mr. Krueger.
These four films are sure to make your Friday the 13th as creepy as their characters. Just make sure to leave the lights on, you never know what could go bump in the night.