This week, Netflix has a great assortment of both new indies horrors and terrifying classics. Check out our selections of five great horror films streaming the week of December 7th, 2015.
This is a smart and effective take on the found footage sub-genre. A man answers a Craig’s List ad for a day job as a videographer at a remote mountain home and discovers the gig is quite unusual and disturbing.
A newly married couple heads to the woods for a solo getaway, but the husband becomes convinced that his wife is slowly transforming into something more sinister.
Set in World War 2, after letting several British and German shipwreck survivors abroad their deep sea submarine, the crew begins noticing supernatural occurrences. This one is highly eerie and uses the tight, claustrophobic environment incredibly well.
JUG FACE (2013)
A rural town practices a strange religion that foresees sacrifices through a potter’s creations. The film is quiet and slow-paced, but steeped in dark atmosphere.
SOME KIND OF HATE (2015)
Set at a brutal desert reform school, a young girl summons the spirit of vengeful ghost to seek retribution from her bullies.