Here’s what horror is hitting Netflix this month:
The Addams Family (1991) — A horror comedy about our favorite macabre family.
Elizabeth Harvest (2018) — A science-fiction thriller about a new bride alone at her wealthy (and eccentric) new husband’s mansion.
Jurassic Park (1993)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
Jurassic Park III (2001)
The original Jurassic Park gang’s all here!
What Keeps You Alive (2018) — A couple celebrates their anniversary at a remote cabin.
World’s Most Wanted (Season 1) — New docuseries from Netflix, a take on America’s Most Wanted.
The Rain (Season 3) — Survivors look for a safe place after a virus carried by rainfall wipes out most of Scandinavia.
We Summon the Darkness (2019) — A horror thriller about satanic ritual killings set in the 80’s. Taylor Swift’s little brother has a part.
Nightcrawler (2014) — A seriously twisted movie about an unhinged paparazzo who will do anything to get a scoop.
3% (Season 4) — Subtitled thriller series about a dystopian game show for survival.
Lucifer: (Season 5) — The devil leaves Hell for Los Angeles.
1BR (2020) — Sarah moves to Hollywood to start a new life, but something about her neighbors doesn’t seem right.
The Frozen Ground (2013) — A crime thriller starring Nic Cage, John Cusack, and Vanessa Hudgens.
Notable horror heading to other streaming services:
- Hellraiser, My Bloody Valentine, and A Perfect Murder all hit Hulu on August 1st.
- Season one of Murder in Paradise and A Crime to Remember hit the service August 15.
- Mirror thriller Behind You hits Hulu on August 16.
Some weekend horror reminders:
— Friday (July 31) is the last night to watch the original masterpiece that is Candyman (1992) before it leaves Netflix. If you haven’t been living under a rock you know that Jordan Peele wrote a sequel. It will be in theaters whenever movies start getting released in theaters again.
— You may have heard a familiar name on the Crime Junkie podcast! Jim Goad’s research on the Smiley Face Killer theory he did for Creepy Catalog was used for their Smiley Face Killer show. Give the episode a listen here.
— See if there are any drive-in movie theaters left in your area. Since new movie releases are delayed due to Covid-19, many theaters are playing old favorites. It’s the perfect way to enjoy an activity outside of the house while staying safe in your own car bubble. Here’s a list of drive-in movie theaters by state you can check.
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