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Recently Added Horror Movies on Netflix to Watch This Weekend

Posted on: April 25th, 2024

There’s always time for horror movies, even though we’re way past Halloween. And fortunately, we don’t have to wait for the cinemas to release new movies to get our horror fix. Now, we can watch all sorts of horror films at the comfort of our own homes any time we like with a Netflix subscription. Netflix has always been regarded as the king of streaming service, and their biggest selling point in our opinion is their massive content library and their new weekly releases. It’s keeping the platform interesting for its viewers.

So, if you’re looking for recently added horror movies on Netflix to watch this weekend, we’ve got you. Here, we have handpicked some of the most promising scary films to binge-watch with your family or friends. Just make sure to have a fast and stable wireless internet while doing so for an enjoyable streaming experience. Let’s start!

Death Whisperer (2023)
Let’s start off this list with a strong note – Death Whisperer. This Thai movie (yes, Thai, one of the horror movie powerhouse worldwide) is set in rural Thailand year 1972. The story is all about a Thai-Chinese family who’s peacefully living in a remote village. Their peaceful life shatters when a young girl mysteriously dies. But this is just the first whisper of terror. Soon, the family’s own daughters encounter a ghostly woman in black and one of them falls terribly ill. The family’s eldest son had to do something, but will he be able to solve this terrifying events surrounding his family?

The Haunted Hotel (2023)
If you watched and loved Death Whisperer already, then you’ll definitely appreciate The Haunted Hotel (Panggonan Wingit). It’s an Indonesian horror film about two sisters who went to Semarang, Indonesia to manage a hotel. No expectations, they just wanted to start a new business venture. Little did they know, the hotel they plan to manage is filled with dark secrets about its haunting past. Per our research, this movie is only available on Netflix at the moment, but hopefully soon, it will also be available on other streaming platforms like Hulu, Sling TV, and Amazon Prime Video.

Disappear Completely (2022)
Disappear Completely or Desparecer por completo is a Mexican horror film that has kept its viewers up at night because of its terrifying story. It’s all about a tabloid photographer named Santiago who gets more than he bargained for after visiting a brutal crime scene. He starts experiencing a strange illness that causes him to lose his senses one by one – sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. As his world literally disappears around him, Santiago desperately searches for a cure while confronting the demons of his dark past.

Split (2016)
Do you like the kind of movies that mess with your mind? Well, it can’t get any crazier than this film. Split is about a man with dissociative identity disorder (DID) – meaning, he has 23 different personalities living inside him. While it was initially being controlled with the help of his therapist, one personality took over and everything took a wrong turn as he captured three young girls. It’s a type of movie you’d never want your eyes to leave the screen just for a moment. Just a piece of advice though, make sure to have a stable and fast internet connection like fibre internet when streaming this movie because it’s one hell of a ride, and you wouldn’t want to spoil the fun with constant buffering.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021)
This list won’t be complete without this legendary franchise. Well, just in case you missed watching it in theatres, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is now available on Netflix. It takes the Warrens down a dark path unlike anything they’ve faced before. It all starts with an exorcism of a young boy, David. David’s friend’s boyfriend, Arne, offers himself to be possessed instead. But things go horribly wrong when Arne later kills his landlord. The Warrens suspect demonic influence and fight to prove Arne innocent in a murder trial that centres on the idea of demonic possession.

Final Thoughts
Netflix has definitely upped their game when it comes to these new weekly releases. Of course, these releases will stay in their library for a while, but don’t wait that long because these movies are surely worth your time and give you that horror fix you’ve been craving for. Happy streaming!

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