10 Scary Movies To Stream This Halloween | TheReviewGeek Recommends

If you’re looking for something scary to watch this Halloween, check out our picks below. We have selected 10 recent movies that are available to watch on US streaming platforms.

We have also highlighted where these movies are available to stream in the UK. For all other territories, please check for information online.

Do you agree with our choices? Or do you have any other recommendations for readers? Be sure to leave us a comment with your thoughts and suggestions!

Totally Killer (2023)

Where To Stream: Prime Video

Release Date: Available now

When the infamous “Sweet Sixteen Killer” returns 35 years after his first murder spree and kills the mother of 17-year-old Jamie (Kiernan Shipka), the grieving young teen finds a way to travel back in time to 1987 to thwart the masked maniac. 

You can read our review of Totally Killer here

V/H/S85 (2023)

Where To Stream: Shudder

Release Date: Available now

The latest in the V/H/S franchise rewinds time to 1985 for 6 disturbing stories that take place during this time period. 

An ancient Mexican God, a mutating alien, a murderous family, and a virtual reality nightmare are just some of the things that are guaranteed to creep you out within these found footage stories. 

You can read our review of V/H/S85 here

The Boogeyman (2023)

Where To Stream: Hulu (US), Disney+ (UK)

Release Date: US (available now), UK (October 11)

Adapted from the Stephen King story of the same name, this chilling terror tale from Host director Rob Savage is centred around a teenage girl and her younger sister who find themselves plagued by the titular monster in the weeks following the tragic death of their mother.

We weren’t too kind about this movie in our review but some Stephen King fans have rated this adaptation quite highly, despite the changes made to the original story.

You can read our review of The Boogeyman here

No One Will Save You (2023)

Where To Stream: Hulu (US), Disney+ (UK)

Release Date: Available now

In this chilling sci-fi tale, a young woman named Brynn is forced into a battle for survival when her town is invaded by aliens. As most of these extra-terrestrials are bigger than Brynn and have terrifying TK powers, her chances of getting out of town alive are slim!

You can read our review of No One Will Save You here

Scream VI (2023)

Where To Stream: Paramount+

Release Date: US (available now), UK (October 21)

In this instalment of the long-running franchise, the survivors of the Ghostface killings leave Woodsboro behind and begin a new life in New York City. Will they be safe in their new surroundings? Well, the movie would be rather pointless if they were.

It’s not long before another series of killings begins as the surviving characters are once again faced with the masked murderer. Who’s beneath the mask this time?

You can read our review of Scream VI here

Unwelcome (2023)

Where To Stream: Shudder (US), Now TV (UK)

Release Date: Available now

In this creepy horror film, married couple Jamie (Douglas Booth) and Maya (Hannah John-Kamen) move to an inherited house in rural Ireland hoping for some peace and quiet. Unfortunately, their hoped-for tranquillity is shattered by an unwelcoming local family and a murderous race of creatures that live in the nearby woods.

The Pope’s Exorcist (2023)

Where To Stream: Netflix (US), Now TV (UK)

Release Date: US (available now), UK (October 22)

Inspired by the files of Father Gabriele Amorth, Chief Exorcist of the Vatican, this supernatural horror film stars Russell Crowe as the papal-appointed demon hunter who uncovers a secret the Vatican has tried to keep secret after he investigates the possession of a child. 

This might be a rehash of other exorcism films but it’s still an entertaining watch thanks to Crowe’s performance and the terrifying special effects. 

Pet Sematary: Bloodlines (2023)

Where To Stream: Paramount+

Release Date: Available now

Sometimes dead is better…but it would appear nobody has heeded those famous words from Stephen King’s novel because we now have another movie that is loosely based on his dark and disturbing work.

This one is a prequel focussing on a young Jud Crandall (Jackson White) who bands together with his friends to fight an ancient evil that has gripped his hometown of Ludlow, Maine.

Cobweb (2023)

Where To Stream: Hulu (US)

Release Date: US (October 20)

When a boy (Woody Norman) investigates the knocking sounds that are coming from inside the walls of his house, he starts to believe his sinister parents are hiding a terrible and dangerous secret. What could they be hiding? You’ll have fun finding out when watching this creepy crowd-pleaser. 

Five Nights at Freddy’s (2023)

Where To Stream: Peacock (US)

Release Date: US (October 27)

When Mike Schmidt (Josh Hutcherson) starts his new job as a night guard at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, a once-successful but now abandoned family entertainment centre, he is forced into a battle for survival when its four animatronic mascots – Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Bonnie, and Foxy – spring murderously to life!

There are no reviews for this movie as of yet but if it’s half as scary as the video games it is based on, this should be a terrifying thrill ride. 

What movies will you be watching this Halloween? Let us know in the comments below.


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