We all like horror movies, from those series B movies where laughter is guaranteed, to the true cult classics where there is absolutely no humor. Then you can see some of the horror movies inNetflix.
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The Guest (Dir. Bong Joon-ho, 2006)
A grandfather in search of his granddaughter, goes through an intense situation that his city, Seoul, lives through. The cause of the conflict is the same for both the citizens and the protagonist: a mutant beast that lives in a river. The monster turns out to be an allegory of toxicity, of the dangerous residue of the system in which it lives. Sail here.
The phone (Lee Chung-hyun, 2021).
Following films from the South Korean country, we go back to the story of a serial killer. The interesting thing about the plot is that one of the victims of said murderer manages to communicate 20 years later with another woman through a telephone call. This intertwining of two lives in two different times gives the viewer the role of a detective. Sail here.
Apostle (Dir. Gareth Evans, 2018)
A man must travel to an island to rescue his sister who has fallen prey to a mysterious and religious cult. Sail here.
Vampires vs the Bronx (Dir. Osmany Rodriguez, 2020)
Strange things are happening in the Bronx that attract the attention of a group of friends, they will soon be involved in a network that involves dangerous vampires who want to see the Bronx burn … or rather drink the Bronx. Sail here.
Annihilation (Dir. Alex Garland, 2018)
A scientist is part of an expedition group to an area protected by the government where many people have disappeared and no one has returned from it. Sail here.
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Creep (Dir. Patrick Brice, 2014) / Creep 2 (Dir. Patrick Brice, 2017)
A person responds to an advertisement in which a man invites someone to his house to make a documentary, but as soon as a day passes, things start to get awkward and tense. Sail here.
Gerald’s Game (Dir. Mike Flanagan, 2017)
A story written by Stephen King where a woman, during a sex game with her husband in a cabin away from society, is handcuffed but the man suffers a cardiac arrest and dies, she must then manage to get out alive. Sail here.
Position (Dirs. Ben Howling, Yolanda Ramke, 2018)
During an apocalypse zombie, a man embarks on a race against time to get his baby to a safe zone, including himself. Sail here.
Silence (Dir. John R. Leonetti, 2016)
A deaf woman spends her days in her cabin until suddenly a man lurks outside her house, although that does not make her an easy prey. Sail here.
The practitioner (Dir. Carles Torras, 2020)
Ángel is a paramedic with a volatile temperament but who is always ready to do his job. However, everything changes when he suffers an accident that leaves him paralyzed and he must depend on his girlfriend with whom the relationship is not going very well. Sail here.
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