Where to Stream B-Horror Movies That’ll Keep You Screaming

Discover a treasure-trove of hidden B-horror on these streaming platforms.

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Netflix

In recent years, Netflix has begun specializing heavily in exclusive content, but there is still plenty of B-list horror to be found in the nooks and crannies.

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  • Photo Credit: Warner Bros.
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  • Photo Credit: HanWay Films
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  • Photo Credit: Blumhouse Productions

Shudder

As a streaming service dedicated exclusively to horror, Shudder has an insurmountable selection of B-horror fare available from across the ages.

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  • Photo Credit: Charles Band Productions
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Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime may not have as much A-list horror fare as some of its competitors, but when it comes to B-horror, the streaming platform contains a hidden smorgasbord.

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  • Photo Credit: New World Pictures
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Hulu

Hulu may have kicked off primarily as a vector for TV, but it soon added movies to its roster. It now boasts some intriguing B-movie horror, especially from recent years.

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HBO Max

With some exclusive distribution deals, HBO Max not only gets some of the newest stuff from Warner Bros., it also has a wealth of other B-horror options.

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Tubi

You may have to watch the occasional commercial, but you can find some fascinating horror fare streaming for free on Tubi.

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  • Photo Credit: Larco Productions
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  • Photo Credit: Concorde Pictures