Hey, I have something for you, wait for it… BOOO! Did I scare you; perhaps no, but there is something that will definitely scare the living daylight out of you. It’s October, the scariest month and also Halloween is near. But, if you are brave enough we have a whole list of 25 most, dark, deep, and cold-blooded best horror movies streaming on Hulu.
25 Best Horror Movies on Hulu
DIRECTOR: Drew Goddard
CAST: Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchison, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams, Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford
Directed by Drew Goddard and produced by Joss Whedon. The film follows a group of college students in a remote cabinet where they’re being attacked by monsters and manipulated by mad scientists in a remote laboratory. It has a great cast, concept and script.
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DIRECTOR: Bong Joon-Ho
CAST: Song Kang-ho, Byun Hee-bong, Park Hae-il, Bae Doona, Go Ah-sung
A terrifying monster emerging from the Han River to snatch a young girl and disappear back into the water right in front of her deadly shocked father. This B-movie concept is marvellously directed by one of the most profound directors. This movie will scare you to death. WATCH THE HOST ON HULU
DIRECTOR: Abe Forsythe
CAST: Lupita Nyong’o, Alexander England, Kat Stewart, Diesel La Torraca and Josh Gad
A heroic teacher who saves her students from a horrifying and creepy viral zombie outbreak! Disgusting and Terrifying, right? Miss Caroline, a kindergarten teacher leading a field trip that’s suddenly swarmed by zombies who’ve escaped from a government lab. Its shades of Shaun of the Dead, with a pitch-perfect cast.
DIRECTOR: Mike Flanagan
CAST: Karen Gillan, Brenton Thwaites, Katee Sackhoff, Rory Cochrane, Annalise Basso
Have you ever looked into your furniture closely? In this movie a family moves into a new house, and the husband purchases an antique mirror for his office. Little does he know that the mirror would cause horrifying hallucinations. The film is told in two timelines, the original period and a little over a decade later. It’s a complex and compelling story that will make you suspicious of your own antiques!
21. ‘Cadaver’ (2007)
DIRECTOR: Son Tae-Woong
CAST: Han Ji-min, On Joo-wan, Oh Tae-Kyung, Jo Min-Ki
RATING: NOT RATED
This slasher (also known as The Cut) follows a group of medical students who are murdered in a methodical order, hearts removed from their bodies as they’re picked off one by one. The dwindling survivors suspect a connection to a beautiful cadaver that they’ve recently dissected, and work to find out the truth about her before it’s too late.
DIRECTOR: Derek Nguyen
CAST: Nhung Kate, Jean-Michel Richaud, Kim Xuan, Rosie Fellner
This 2006 Vietnamese film gives a fresh look at a tumultuous then- French Indochina time. It shows a young woman hired to work t the house of a rubber plantation owner, eventually they get into a romantic relation but, tell this to his dead wife whose ghost is not so pleased with this! It’s an excellent setup and a unique movie.
DIRECTOR: Tomas Alfredson
CAST: Kåre Hedebrant, Lina Leandersson
We haven’t mentioned vampire movies yet! Let The Right One In follows Oskar, a lonely, bullied 12-year-old boy who befriends a strange young girl who moves into the flat next to his, only to slowly discover that she’s not a young girl at all, but something else. Artfully crafted and expertly shot, the film proves that horror films can be true works of art.
DIRECTOR: Roxanne Benjamin
CAST: Karina Fontes
Even going out for fresh air can be filled with perils! Wendy, an inexperienced and somewhat inept park ranger, sets out on a solo task, attempting to prove to her colleagues that she’s capable—only to end up lost, stranded, and stuck with a dead body. This will give you a terro of a lifetime.
DIRECTOR: Julius Avery
CAST: Jovan Adepo, Wyatt Russell, Mathilde Ollivier, John Magaro, Gianny Taufer, Pilou Asbæk, Bokeem Woodbine
An integrated Army unit in a version of the year 1944, paratroops into France in advance of D-Day, only to be confronted with a small town plagued by horrible creatures, zombie-like monsters produced by Nazi scientists experimenting. It’s wild, fresh and full pf action and horror.
DIRECTOR: Kevin Kölsch
CAST: Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, Jon Lithgow
Pet Sematary based on King’s book, shows small towns in Maine are terrifying. A doctor moves his family to one such town, only to experience unsettling dreams about a haunted burial ground and the cemetery is capable of bringing the dead back to life, but in evil forms that threaten them all.
DIRECTORS: Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala
CAST: Riley Keough, Jaeden Martell, Lia McHugh, Richard Armitage, Alicia Silverstone
A cabin the wood is never safe! It’s a terrifying tale of a woman, the sole survivor of a suicide cult. She attempts to bond with her soon-to-be stepchildren in a remote cabin. When they wake up one morning with their possessions missing and strange signs all around, they suddenly suspect the possibility of being in afterlife.
DIRECTOR: John McPhail
CAST: Ella Hunt, Malcolm Cumming, Sarah Swire, Christopher Leveaux, Marli Siu, Ben Wiggins, Mark Benton, Paul Kaye
Camps and horror movies is always a classic combination. This is a British film a “musical Christmas horror comedy” follows its titular character Anna, a high school senior itching to get out of her hometown who ends up trapped in—you guessed it—a zombie apocalypse. It’s a silly, scary, singular singalong that you can’t help but enjoy.
DIRECTORS: Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman
CAST: Andy Nyman, Paul Whitehouse, Alex Lawther, Martin Freeman
RATING: NOT RATED
Here’s a different movie. It’s an anthology of three stories linked by Philip Goodman, a professor dedicated to the task of debunking fraudulent psychics. Creator Nyman stars, and the three stories each present a compelling, frightening ghost tale worthy of any gathering around a campfire—with a startling ending that wraps them all together.
DIRECTOR: Lynne Ramsay
CAST: Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly, Ezra Miller
A deeply unsettling psychological thriller. A shattered mother reflecting on a lifetime of atrocities committed by her son. Roger Ebert described the story as “like a nervous breakdown”, and it’s a reminder that some of the greatest horror can come from our own regret about the things we could have done differently.
DIRECTOR: James Ward Byrkit
CAST: Emily Baldoni, Maury Sterling, Nicholas Brendon
RATING: NOT RATED
A unique psychological thriller, in which eight guests at a dinner party begin experiencing a strange mirror of themselves after the passing of a comet. They begin to realize that the comet has opened a split reality, and they’re forced to sort out who’s real and who’s a copy.
DIRECTOR: Nicholas McCarthy
CAST: Taylor Schilling, Jackson Robert Scott, Colm Feore
Creepy-terrifying children are a basic for a horror movie.Taylor Schilling stars as a mother who is increasingly fearful of her brilliant young son’s strange behaviour, not realizing that he’s possessed by the reincarnated spirit of a serial killer bent on finishing his murderous spree.
DIRECTOR: Tyler MacIntyre
CAST: Alexandra Shipp, Brianna Hildebrand, Josh Hutcherson, Craig Robinson, Kevin Durand, Jack Quaid
This comedy slasher takes a fresh, modern spin on things. It follows a pair of high school students who run a true-crime blog and are desperate to increase their online following, even if it means committing some of the crimes themselves. It’s very of the moment. The film is gory, funny, and full of unexpected moments
DIRECTOR: Eli Roth
CAST: Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, Eyþór Guðjónsson, Barbara Nedeljáková
Hostel is among the most brutal, gory and sadistic horror movies out there. A trio of young men backpacking across Europe are lured to an Eastern European hostel with the promise of access to beautiful women, only to find that it’s a trap run by a cabal that tortures kidnapped tourists.
DIRECTOR: Stephen Norrington
CAST: Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson, Donal Logue
Interested in superhero horror? Its dark and brooding for a comic-book movie, much harder and bloodier than the Marvel Cinematic Universe fare of today, but it was also a huge commercial success.
DIRECTOR: Fritz Kiersch
CAST: Linda Hamilton, Peter Horton
Ever been to a cornfield?A young couple on a cross-country drive unwittingly stumble into a cursed town in Nebraska where all of the children have been indoctrinated into a murderous religious cult, and all the adults have been killed at their hands. The film provides some of the purest scares ever committed to film.
DIRECTOR: Adam MacDonald
CAST: Laurie Holden, Nicole Munoz, Chloe Rose, Eric Osborne
RATING: NOT RATED
This Canadian horror film is a grieving woman moving her family to a secluded cabin in the woods for a fresh start. What she doesn’t realize is that her sullen, occult-obsessed daughter has angrily summoned a demon, the titular Pyewacket. Teens! WATCH PYEWACKET ON HULU
DIRECTORS: Radio Silence, Roxanne Benjamin, David Bruckner, Patrick Horvath
This clever film weaves together five individual stories—each with its own writer and director—linked together in subtle ways around a roadside motel. It’s unsettling, rough around the edges and works beautifully. It made many best-of lists in2016.WATCH SOUTHBOUND ON HULU
3. ‘Hellraiser’ (1987)
DIRECTOR: Clive Barker
CAST: Clare Higgins, Andrew Robinson, Ashley Laurence
There might be none that can match Hellraiser, with its iconic villain known as “Pinhead”. A cursed puzzle summons a group of murderous creatures from another dimension. Critics blanched at the film upon its release, but Hellraiser defined a generation of its genre.
DIRECTOR: Brian Taylor
CAST: Nicolas Cage, Selma Blair
We are missing something.. yes, Nicolas Cage!The film’s premise is simple: an unexplained radio static causes parents all over their town to have a sudden, overpowering desire to murder their own children. Cage,starring as a father possessed by this phenomenon. It’s silly, it’s gory, it’s Nicolas Cage in a murderous rage.
DIRECTOR: John Luessenhop
CAST: Alexandra Daddario, Dan Yeager, Trey Songz, Tania Raymonde, Scott Eastwood, Thom Barry, Paul Rae, Bill Moseley
This film, the seventh installment in a five-decades-and-running franchise it doesn’t give anything different. It just gives us what we want: the return of the iconic chainsaw killer Leather face. We’re here for the blood, and Texas Chainsaw is happy to oblige us.