Hollywood’s Best Unreleased Horror Movies That You Can Stream Right Now

It’s currently a great time to be a horror fan with many goosebumps-worthy box-office hits to choose from and more much-awaited spooks lined up. However, apart from the famous spooky doll of Annabelle or the infamous Pennywise from It, there’s a lot more horror that didn’t make it to the big screen in India. That doesn’t mean they weren’t watch-worthy because these horror movies have been terrifying audiences through online streaming sites instead. Here are the best horror movies that didn’t release in Indian cinemas and where you can watch them.

Get Out (2017)

Comedian Jordan Peele’s directorial debut undoubtedly shook the horror genre. The multi-award-winning movie featured great performances from its cast including lead actor Daniel Kaluuya as it delivered an effective thriller that also presented thought-provoking social critiques.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix

The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)

This unnerving movie continues director Yorgos Lanthimos’ streak of unapologetically odd thrillers. It follows a renowned surgeon Dr. Steven Murphy (Colin Farrell) who takes teenager Martin (Barry Keoghan) under his wing. Steven’s life begins to unravel when Martin’s behavior turns sinister.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix

Mama (2013)

Another one of Guillermo del Toro’s many horror productions, this supernatural thriller was directed and co-written by It director Andy Muschietti. The film revolves around two abandoned young girls who get attached to an entity named Mama. When they are finally found and returned to civilization, scares ensue.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix, Amazon Prime

Mother! (2017)

Writer-director Darren Aronofsky’s polarizing psychological thriller runs deep with artistic vision that can be too elaborate for mainstream viewers. For those who are willing to dive into the filmmaker’s vision, this Jennifer Lawrence-starrer is enthralling, baffling, and equally horrifying.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix, Amazon Prime

Unsane (2018)

Steven Soderbergh’s psychological thriller features Claire Foy in a role unlike you’ve ever seen her in before. With engaging cinematography, the film follows a woman who is involuntarily committed to a mental institution where she must face her darkest fear while she questions her own sanity.

Where You Can Watch It: Hotstar

Overlord (2018)

Produced by J. J. Abrams, this genre-hybrid horror movie follows American soldiers battling zombies in Nazi-occupied France on the eve of D-Day. Director Julius Avery delivers an entertainingly sadistic gore-fest through a riveting plot that takes the Holocaust experiments to new extremes.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon Prime

Suspiria (2018)

A remake of Dario Argento‘s original 1977 horror masterpiece, this movie runs an hour longer but is equally heady and dark. Packed with confrontational horrors and unforgivable gore, this nightmare of a film is sure to get in your head. It’s safe to say, this flick isn’t for everyone.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon Prime

Once you’ve binged on this spook-fest of a movie list, don’t forget to check out all of the upcoming horror movies ready to make their way into cinemas this year.

Rochell Pereira: