A whole new selection of horror movies will be available to stream this month. All throughout March, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video will carry a range of killer films. In addition to the terrifying movies we love, there will be horror comedies like Attack the Block and Young Frankenstein, as well as edgy thrillers like Sliver and Deadly Illusions. With plenty of dark themes, mysterious plots, and building scares, the movies below are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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The Block Island Sound (2020)
A community is sent reeling when an unknown force begins to unleash all sorts of unnatural phenomena. As the fish and birds near Block Island begin to die off, one family tries to uncover the source behind the strange happenings that has not only devastated the area, but pushed their father toward madness.
Coven of Sisters (2020)
In this dark and dramatic period piece set in the Basque country in 1609, a group of women accused of being witches attempt to avoid execution as the Sabbath approaches. Turning the tables on their inquisitor, they bring a new take to more familiar and bone-chilling witch movies.
Deadly Illusions (2021)
In this dramatic thriller, a writer asks a nanny to take care of her children, while she devotes herself to writing another novel. However, everything begins to take a strange turn when the plot she is writing for her new book starts to unravel in real life.
Hunter Hunter (2020)
A family living in the wilderness discovers a series of clues that leads them to believe a rogue wolf has resurfaced in the woods. Determined to find the wolf, the father leaves his wife and daughter and sets out into the woods. However, when a mysterious man shows up at their house, his wife and daughter fear that the real danger might have found them.
Full of twists and turns, Identity centers on ten strangers trapped in a motel together. As they begin to be killed off, they try to uncover what is happening in a story far stranger than any of them could have imagined.
The Descent (2006)
While climbing through a series of caves, a group of women become lost. As they try to escape the dark and claustrophobic caverns, they realize they are not alone. The women are forced to face the caves' spidery predators in one of the horror movies of the 2000s that you need to see.
Young Frankenstein (1974)
Starring the late, great, Gene Wilder, Young Frankenstein follows Dr. Frederick Frankenstein as he moves into his grandfather's castle in Transylvania. While in the castle, he begins to carry out his grandfather's old experiments and brings to life a Monster of his own. Full of humor and not without its lite scares, Young Frankenstein has become a well-loved classic over the years.
The Ninth Gate (1999)
A rare book expert finds himself at the center of a series of dark and supernatural occurrences after he sets out to find the book, The Nine Gates. His mysterious situation only becomes more precarious when he realizes that he is not the only one after the 17th century book written by Satan himself.
After waking up from an induced sleep, two members of a space crew find their ship abandoned and in ruin. Suffering from amnesia and paranoia, the two try to piece together what has happened. But in a shocking and horrifying discovery, they realize that they are not the only ones aboard the ship.
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Attack the Block (2011)
While mugging a woman, a band of South London teens come face to face with a small alien. Entirely caught off guard, the teens and the woman escape together. But when even bigger aliens begin to fall from the sky in droves, the unlikely heroes decide to stay and fight in this lively horror comedy.
After moving into an elite New York City building, Carly begins to learn about its mysterious past and its strange tenets. She discovers that the young woman who used to live in her apartment died under suspicious circumstances. The story of her death becomes even more unnerving, when Carly realizes that someone is closely watching her apartment.
Featured still from 'Young Frankenstien' via Gruskoff/Venture Films.