Netflix has done an excellent job in enhancing horror Possesty. Streamer choices in horror movies range from brutal killer to psychological and everything in between.
In 2022 alone, viewers have seen I know what you did last summer (1997), I still know what you did last summer (1998), Gremlins (1984), Interview with Vampire (1994), Paranormal activity (2007), Scary Stories: Told in the Dark (2019), Lost boys (1987), The Exorcist (1973), and Halloween (2007).
Be sure to check out the list of The best horror movies on Netflix of the past year.
Best Horror Movies on Netflix March 2022
If you search for horror on Netflix, I think you’ll be surprised at all the choices streamers have to offer. Check out what’s coming in March 2022.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Original movie in Nightmare on Elm Street The franchise will release on Netflix on March 1. Wes Craven wrote and directed this film that will create the sequel series.
The film is the debut of Johnny Depp and introduces horror film fans Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger, a serial killer with a gloved hand, armed with a razor that he uses to kill people. in dream.
A Nightmare on Elm Street received critical acclaim and is considered one of the best horror films ever made.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
2010 movie in Nightmare on Elm Street The franchise is a remake of the aforementioned film. The film received mostly negative reviews but praised director Samuel Bayer’s loyalty to the original.
The film was the first time someone other than Robert Englund played Freddy, something he had done in eight previous films. This time, Jackie Earle Haley plays the villain and is praised by some for making the character her own.
Any true fan of the franchise will always compare things to the original, but this is well worth a look if just to see how closely it sticks to the first film.
Freddy and Jason (2003)
Freddy and Jason pit villains from A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th horror franchises against each other. The film also marks the final appearance of Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger.
The synopsis of this movie is that Freddy, who is trapped in hell, revives Jason and convinces him to keep killing, which will facilitate his return. This action would then see two murderers against the other.
Freddy and Jason is one that fans of both franchises can appreciate for what it is: a cheesy, bloody, murderous movie.
Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)
The seventh movie in Texas Chainsaw Massacre The franchise serves as a direct sequel to the 1974 original that was supposed to be the final chapter of the story. After this movie got a prequel, skin face, and now the original Netflix live sequel has also been released.
The film picks up where the original left off and leaves behind a 1970s feel compared to the original. This movie continues the bloodbath theme known for Leatherface and goes a step further with the 3D version. Texas Chainsaw 3D is a predictable killer that is a great watch for the gore element.
The Gift (2015)
Presents is a psychological thriller film written and directed by Joel Edgerton, who also stars in the film with Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall.
Simon and Robyn (Bateman and Hall) are a married couple who are reunited with an old schoolmate, Gordo (Edgerton). When he starts visiting the pair without warning and giving them mysterious gifts, things take a strange turn.
Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a 91% rating, praising Edgerton’s direction and screenplay and Bateman’s performance.
What horror movies will you watch on Netflix in March? Share your picks in the comments!
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