Fall Horror Movie Recommendations

Fall is now upon us, which means Halloween is right around the corner. The holiday is a favorite of many whether you go trick and treating or you stay inside to keep warm and watch horror movies. Now that COVID has made it a requirement to social distance, here are some scary, and some not so scary movies perfect for this season.

Scream (1996)

Scream is one of the classic horror slashers directed by Wes Craven about a masked killer stalking their victims at a suburban High School. It’s a fun movie to watch if you aren’t into the more graphic movies.

Available on Tubi

Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Another classic, this thriller movie follows a married couple who move to a new apartment in NYC. As they start expecting their child Rosemary starts to suspect something is wrong.

Available on HULU

Super Dark Times (2017)

Super Dark Times is a thriller about a group of high school boys who, when an accident happens, struggle to stay sane and maintain friendship.

Available on Netflix

The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

The Autopsy of Jane Doe is a paranormal movie about a father and son working at a family morgue, when a mysterious corpse comes into their care. Every minute is unexpected and can really creep you out.

Available on Netflix

Crawl (2019)

If one of your biggest fears involves a life or death situation with a predatory animal, which is understandable, Crawl is perfect for you. A Florida swimmer goes to check on her dad during a storm and becomes a target for an alligator.

Available on HULU

By Isa Hamilton


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