The Creepiest Netflix Movies You Should Never Watch Alone

The Creepiest Netflix Movies You Should Never Watch Alone

For those looking to be thoroughly spooked,
Netflix is home to a wide array of unsettling horror movies, ranging anywhere from gory
slashers to tense psychological thrillers. To help you navigate the vast amount of Netflix
exclusives the platform has to offer, here’s a list of the creepiest Netflix films you
should never watch alone. After the unexpected death of their friend,
a group of old college buddies honor his memory by taking a trip to Sweden. Shortly after embarking on their hiking journey,
one of the friends is injured, and the group decides to take a shortcut through the forest. After a series of eerie occurrences, the group
becomes lost, turning what was supposed to be an adventurous trip commemorating their
lost pal into a disturbing, dangerous affair. The Ritual is at its strongest when it explores
the relationships and interactions between the friends. As their sanity begins to slip, so does their
friendship, showing just how fragile the bond between friends can be. The film offers a perfect blend of a good
story, creepy imagery, and a cast of likable characters. The natural eeriness of the forest, the growing
tension as the group becomes more lost and increasingly worse for wear, and the inclusion
of a sacrificial cult all make for a wonderfully frightening flick. Just be careful about watching it before taking
any trips out to the forest. In Hush, Maddie Young is a deaf, mute author
who has moved into a remote house to write her next book in peace. Unfortunately for the author, she gets trapped
in a twisted life or death scenario when a stranger with a crossbow finds her isolated
home. Not only is Hush one of the best horror films
on Netflix, it’s also one of the most suspenseful films in the home invasion sub-genre. Director Mike Flannigan’s expertise in tension-building
and creepy storytelling shine through effortlessly in Hush, especially with the film’s use of
sound. Because Maddie is deaf, Hush uses the natural
sound of a scene to help induce panic in the audience. Viewers listening closely to the film will
be able to catch specific cues that escape the main character. Before I Wake follows Jessie and her husband
Mark who take in a foster child named Cody after their son passes away. Once Cody moves in, it becomes apparent to
the new parents that Cody is reluctant to sleep. Turns out there’s a good reason: Cody’s dreams
become reality, which is especially awkward as he keeps dreaming about their dead son. When Cody begins to dream of Jessie’s deceased
child, the dynamic in the house immediately changes. The parents struggle with accepting the passing
of the son when he keeps appearing in front of them at night. But once Cody’s dreams turn to nightmares,
the tone of the film changes from fantastical to terrifying. In an attempt to rekindle their failing marriage,
Jessie and her husband Gerald take a vacation to their lake house. Shortly after arriving, Gerald decides to
engage in some adventurous bedroom activity, but he has a heart attack immediately after
he handcuffs Jessie, leaving her completely trapped. Confined to her bed, Jessie must find a way
to escape while also facing off against a starving dog and an ominous house guest that
visits her at night. “You’re not real.” Gerald’s Game is a brutal film to watch because
of the sheer helplessness of the protagonist throughout the film. Her drive to stay alive and to free herself
creates a sense of optimism throughout the film, but the obstacles in her way are absolutely
brutal. Wilfred James lives on a farm with his wife,
Arlette, and teenage son, Henry. Though Wilfred and Henry adore their simple
life, Arlette has other plans for the family. After she expresses her intent to sell the
farm and move to the city with Henry, tensions quickly rise in the household. With limited options, Wilfred concludes that
to keep his land, he must kill his wife. 1922 dives into the mind of a man willing
to kill for his own personal gain. The film frames the narrative through Wilfred’s
telling of events. His inner monologues are eloquent and almost
poetic, but Wilfred is truly an unnerving character to follow. “This is a thing I regret even more bitterly
than the crime for the reasons that this document will show.” More terrifying than the killing itself is
how Wilfred’s violent plot affects him and the people he loves in ways he never believed
possible. The film doesn’t shy away from showcasing
the consequences of Wilfred’s depraved actions, and if you’re looking for a slow-burn horror
film with a menacing main character, 1922 is definitely worth a watch. The Perfection focuses on Charlotte, a renowned
cellist who was forced to leave an elite conservatory. When Charlotte begins a relationship with
Elizabeth, the new prodigy from the same music school, things quickly spiral out of control. The Perfection is genuinely unsettling, primarily
due to the strong acting of the two lead actresses. Both manage to be likable and unpredictable,
and it makes for a wild ride for viewers of the film. With plenty of graphic imagery and disturbing
implications, The Perfection still manages to be a thought-provoking watch. CAM follows Alice, a cam-girl who aspires
to rise to the top ranks of a cam-girl website. After she fakes killing herself on one of
her shows, Alice’s account is hacked by a person who looks and sounds identical to her. To get back her show and regain her identity,
Alice must find the source of the copycat hacker. Not only is CAM a fun premise, the film smartly
comments on how women are treated in the adult video industry. Alice is an extremely likable, confident woman
who is proud of her job as a cam-girl and the audience she has acquired. The creepiness in CAM largely stems from how
easily someone’s work and identity can be stolen online. Alice’s life is instantly destroyed, and there’s
seemingly nothing she can do to protect herself. Considering just how easily accounts and even
major corporations can be hacked online, the implications in CAM should be more than enough
to make everybody delete their social media accounts and permanently log off. Bird Box takes place in a frightening universe
where creatures drive anyone who looks at them to insanity. To avoid this fate, survivors must stay indoors
and cover their eyes when navigating outdoors. Malorie, an expectant mother, joins a group
of survivors in hopes of safely waiting out the storm. With a child on the way and dwindling resources
among the group, Malorie must not only protect herself but also find a way to safely raise
her newborn child in the post-apocalyptic world. Bird Box presents a fascinating premise where
survivors must restrict the use of their eyes, forcing them to find new ways to go on with
their daily lives. Most of the horror stems from having characters
walk around blindly, all while mentally unstable people are trying to kill them. But the themes of motherhood and the fears
associated with it add an extra level of horror that viewers are likely to find very unsettling. Serial killers are a staple of the horror
genre, but more often than not, we associate them with monsters like Michael Myers and
Jason Voorhees rather than real life human beings. But in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and
Vile, the focus isn’t on some fictional slasher but instead on Ted Bundy, the infamous serial
killer who murdered at least 30 women throughout the 1970s. The film highlights Ted Bundy and his relationship
with his girlfriend, Liz Kendall, as they weather the police’s growing suspicions of
Bundy. Unknown to Liz, Ted is actively murdering
people while they’re together and constantly spinning lies to avoid detection. What makes Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil
and Vile an especially chilling watch isn’t gory killings or tense action set pieces. It’s just how charismatic this killer is. Ted Bundy was an actual killer who killed
real people, often by manipulating his victims into a false sense of security and preying
on their goodwill. “Whoever this woman is who’s accusing you,
I’m sure she’s just got you mixed up with some other handsome stranger.” Set in the Australian Outback, Cargo follows
the trials and tribulations of Andy, a man who’s survived the zombie apocalypse, along
with his baby daughter Rosie. Unfortunately, Andy’s recently been bitten,
and he only has a matter of hours before he turns into one of the undead. With precious little time left, Andy’s priority
is to find someone to raise his daughter after he turns into one of the walking dead. Unlike many other zombie films, our hero Andy
is bitten early on, fated to die. As Andy’s time diminishes and he becomes more
like the undead, we see not just the decline of society but the fracturing of the family
unit. Cargo plays on the fear of complete isolation
and being mostly responsible for your own survival, unable to seek out the help of others
in society. In Apostle, cultists living on a remote island
kidnap a woman and hold her for ransom. Sent on a mission to rescue his sister, Thomas
Richardson makes his way to the island to save her. While covertly living among the cult members,
Thomas must navigate the island stealthily and play the role of a devout follower. One of the bloodiest movies on Netflix, the
film features horrific rituals, creepy creatures, and impressive action scenes. And when our hero discovers the full extent
of what’s happening on this island, he realizes he’s caught up in something much darker than
he bargained for. As the film progresses, the beliefs of the
cult are slowly revealed, and the aggressive enforcement of those ideas helps to create
a sense of imminent dread for much of the film. Apostle is the perfect creepy film for any
viewer that’s at once terrified and fascinated by cult life. I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House
follows the story of Lily Saylor, a live-in nurse who’s hired to assist Iris Blum, a retired
writer with dementia. Once Lily begins to settle into the old house,
a series of strange events starts to occur, like mold appearing on the walls and figures
of ghostly beings roaming the halls. After finding a draft of one of Iris’ books
detailing a murdered couple who once lived in the house, Lily begins to suspect that
the account isn’t fictional and that the home might be haunted. For fans of paranormal thrillers, I Am the
Pretty Thing That Lives in the House makes excellent use of the haunted mansion’s creepy
atmosphere, with plenty of slow pans and dark lighting. Instead of relying on jump scares and constant
threats, the film is more reserved, slowly building up the paranormal happenings in Iris’
home. For viewers who may be tired of watching tweens
shrieking at CG ghosts and specters, the film offers a refreshing change of pace that’s
still likely to keep you awake at night. While serial killers, gory deaths, and dark
lighting all make for a creepy experience, sometimes the scariest scenarios are a film’s
psychological elements. In Clinical, Dr. Jane Mathis is a psychiatrist
struggling to move on with her life after she’s attacked by one of her patients. Relentlessly tortured by the idea that she
failed in her role as a psychiatrist, Jane steps away from treating trauma patients to
focus on her own well-being. Just as she’s beginning to make progress,
Jane receives a request from a man suffering from trauma after an intense automobile accident. Moved by the man’s plight, Vanessa agrees
to help him, but doing so has its consequences. Trying to juggle her mental health while also
fulfilling her promise to her new client begins to take a toll. What separates this creepy Netflix horror
film from other movies is that it plays with the concept of how scary a person’s own mind
can be when they’re not in control of it. Ghastly figures manifesting during sleep paralysis
and an unstable reality all come into play, showing that sometimes the most severe and
dangerous struggles are constructed inside our own minds. Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more Looper videos about your favorite
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    Anyha C Brigette

    So basically, I watched most of these films alone already.

    Did I regret it?

    Will I stop?

    Am I going to do it again?

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    Beware, almost all of these are the kinds of movies that critics love but audiences don't, i.e. mediocre to bad movies

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    Aliyah Garretson

    I loved all of these personally these weren’t scary or unnerving. Gerald’s game is off of the Stephen Kings book it’s amazing check it out

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    Joshua Krebs

    I was totally let down by "I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House". Wonderful storytelling mechanics and dreadful build, but a TERRIBLE ending and low payoff for feature-length patience.

    I am SUPER excited to FINALLY make time to see "Gerald's Game", "1922", "Apostle", and "The Perfection".

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    Frank James Bonarrigo

    they don't know how to make a good horror movie anymore. These movies all pretty much sucked. Most of Netflix sucks

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    Poop Funny

    Is it just me or is that the movie it self is not scary but afterwards when you’re trying to sleep then you become a little bit scared

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    Algi Angelo

    No one is talking about how the monster in gerald’s game is lowkey a dollar store version of Jefree Star? (Hi don’t kill me pls)

    Just me? Okay.

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    something idk

    wait am i dumb but there was a found footage type horror film on netflix where ghost hunters found a vhs tape and if this helps there was a clip where kids got haunted by aliens and there was a dog, creepiest one is last about a asian school/hospital and was confusing and by far the creepiest film on netflix, i think it was called VHS?

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    Sijtske van Lambalgen

    The only scary movies on Netflix are romantic comedies, everything I saw here I watch during breakfast, alone.

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    Ivana R.

    Great picks,although "HUSH" was a SLIGHTLY,(IMO boring/drawm out film),I could only watch once. I need constant action,but it IS a great and well-made movie!

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    FuriousMonkey Bruh

    Extremely wicked is very good but it mostly shows the aspect of his gf and his court performance not the murders or thoughts on the victims. Worth watching tho

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    Jake Aydin

    Eli is probably the most scariest horror on Netflix seen seen ritual with my brothers and my parents and my aunties and it’s so scary until they showed the monster hush was so bad it was so stupid why did the killer take his mask off early

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    Joseph Ian David

    Honestly, the only movie i have watched in tis video is bird box. The movie wasn't even scary.😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑

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    Soothing feeling of darkness Flores

    I watched the ritual, hush, before I sleep and Bird box but I recommend you watch hereditary

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    Visiones Perturbadoras

    Ted Bundy movie wasn't scary it was joke and mockery, it was the worst killer movie I've seen in the worst sense of the word

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    Cargo is NOT about zombies you dumb people. Watch the movie and not the description of the movie from people that didn't watch the movie.

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    EmoWolf 616

    So many horror movies on Netflix or newer horror movies are terrible besides scream and some others. Where are the great horror movies like saw Friday the 13th etc

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    Alma Eiler Frank

    This is literally the first YouTube video that I watched right after watching hush 😂😂

    Btw it wasn’t so scary

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    Daniel Bringmann

    I think the looper crew is not cut out for horror movies since they put movies like the birdbox on this list 🙂

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