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30 horror movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu you need to watch ASAP

September 14 2017, 11:55 AM EDT By Caitlyn Ralph

With the rise of streaming services, afternoons spent browsing Blockbuster’s shelves for a great Saturday night horror flick have been replaced with incessant clicks on a screen. However, to make that latter, monotonous process go faster, we’ve listed out some horror movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu that you need to watch this weekend.

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Clown (2014)

A father finds an old costume that he uses to fill in for a no-show clown at his son’s birthday. However, when he wakes up the next morning and can’t remove the suit, the birthday fun turns deadly.

I’m Not A Serial Killer (2016)

A teenage boy—whose mom runs a funeral home in a small Midwestern town—is diagnosed with sociopathy. When people start to get killed, he decides to hunt down the monster responsible, going down an unexpectedly supernatural and self-reflective path.

The Houses October Built (2014)

While recording their journey to find the most extreme haunts in the United States, a group of friends end up blurring the line between what is fake and what is real along the way.

V/H/S (2012)

A collection of strange videos uncovered by misfit burglars, V/H/S and its subsequent franchise is an anthology of graphic stories—from a twisted second honeymoon to a Halloween night in 1998 that goes awry—launching it as one of the newest found-footage films to acquire cult fame.

An American Werewolf In London (1981)

An American Werewolf In London is a genre classic, boasting one of the most famous transformation scenes in horror movie-makeup history.

Tales Of Halloween (2015)

With 10 borderline silly stories, this is the perfect Halloween anthology to pop on a Saturday night with popcorn and some friends.

The Babadook (2014)

Said to be a metaphor for grief, The Babadook is one of the most critically acclaimed horror-dramas to come out of the independent film world recently.

Creep (2014)

Creep stays true to its name. The whole film—the lead actor, the story, the chilling starkness, that wolf mask—gets under your skin.

Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil (2010)

A slapstick horror-comedy that elegantly picks on the genre’s tropes, Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil tells the story of two hillbillies trying to escape from a horde of “crazy college kids.”

Last Shift (2014)

Last Shift is a gory, low-budget B movie set in a dying police station where a rookie cop gets terrorized by a malicious nightmare.