7 new horror movies on Netflix streaming in April 2022

There are already plenty of great horror movies on Netflix, but the streaming service usually adds at least a few more every month. The article below is a guide to all of the new horror movies on Netflix coming out in April, starting with the first but continuing throughout the month.

This April, Netflix is ​​also releasing a new original horror movie titled Choose or die. What’s exciting about this feature is that it stars horror icon Robert Englund, aka Freddy Kreuger. Choose or die will arrive on duty on April 15.

All horror movies on Netflix in April 2022

Streaming April 1st

  • blade (1998)
  • Blade II (2002)
  • Blade: Trinity (2004)

Wesley Snipes plays the title character Eric Brooks/Blade in the blade Trilogy. While there is a new one blade movie starring Mahershala Ali coming soon to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you will be able to watch these three movies on Netflix soon. The films follow the vampire hunter Blade, with the first film following his mission of revenge as he tries to find the creatures that killed his mother.

THE RENT (2020)
Streaming April 1st

Dave Franco co-wrote, produced and directed this horror film which was released in 2020. Starring Dan Stevens, Alison Brie (who also happens to be Franco’s wife), Sheila Vand, Jeremy Allen White and Toby Huss. The rent revolves around a group of friends hoping for a festive weekend, only to get something a lot more sinister instead. What if you think your listing’s host might be spying on you?

THE RING (2002)
Streaming April 1st

The ring is a horror classic starring Naomi Watts. A remake of the Japanese horror film, The ring is about a mysterious videotape that supposedly kills the viewer within seven days of viewing it. Watts plays Rachel, an investigative journalist researching the tape to find out if the urban legend is true after four teenagers allegedly died from viewing the footage.

THE CALL (2013)
streaming on 10.04

Halle Berry plays 911 driver Jordan Turner in this suspenseful thriller. Shaken by a recent phone call, Jordan’s confidence in the job is shaken, but she has to put it all aside when she receives a call from a teenage girl (Abigail Breslin) who has been kidnapped by a murderer. Jordan is the only one who can save her and bring the man to justice.

streaming on 10.04

While not technically a “horror movie,” Jake Gyllenhaal is quite terrifying in this neo-noir psychological thriller. Many fans believe that the actor should have won an Oscar for his insane performance in this movie. Gyllenhaal plays Lou Bloom, a man obsessed with the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles and the world of crime journalism.

He begins with “nightcrawling,” a term used to describe people rushing to the scene of crime, accidents, murder, and chaos in search of the perfect message. As the film progresses, Lou’s obsession and desire to be first to the scene drives him to blur the line between observer and participant. Rene Russo also plays a role.

streaming on 15.04

Arriving on April 15th, we don’t have many details about it Choose or die yet beyond the cast and plot. We should be getting a trailer for the movie soon. The cast for this film is quite exciting as it stars Asa Butterfield, Eddie Marsen and Freddy Kreuger himself, Robert Englund.

Here’s the official Netflix synopsis:

A bankrupt college student playing an obscure 1980s survival computer game in search of an unclaimed prize of $100,000. After a series of unexpectedly terrifying moments, she quickly realizes that she is no longer playing for the money, but for her own life.

streaming on 16.04

Even though Ouija: Origin of Evil is technically a sequel to Ouija (2014) the films have nothing to do with each other apart from a few references. Origin of Evil is miles better than the first film. This film is directed by Mike Flanagan and stars several Haunting of Hill House alumni including Elizabeth Reaser, Kate Siegel and Lulu Wilson.

Plus it’s just really terrifying. Set in Los Angeles in 1967, origin of evil follows a widowed mother and her daughters as they run a scam business centered around a Ouija board. But her new stunt not only strengthens her business, but also invites an evil presence into her home.

What are your favorite horror movies on Netflix? Which of these April tips are you looking forward to the most?

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Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ailaslisco@dailynationtoday.com.

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