Here’s All The New Horror Coming To Netflix In July
Written by wolverat on June 28, 2020
Anne Frank – Parallel Stories (2019) — A true crime doc exploring 5 survivor stories of the Holocaust.
Double Jeopardy (1999) — A thriller staring Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones about a woman wrongly imprisoned for murdering her husband, and what happens when she gets out.
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) — A good family movie if you’re looking for something slightly creepy to watch with your kids.
Paranormal Activity (2007) — The iconic horror franchise begins in southern California with one couple’s found footage of their haunted home.
Red Riding Hood (2011) — Amanda Seyfriend’s recreation of the fairy tale. The soundtrack is better than the movie.
Sleepy Hollow (1999) — Actually scary movie about the Headless Horseman with Christina Ricci and Johnny Depp.
Splice (2009) — A genetic experiment gone horribly wrong.
The Devil’s Advocate (1997) — An underrated Keanu Reeves gem: a talented lawyer from the south moves to the Big Apple after getting a job offer too good to ignore.
The Witches (1990) — The Rohald Dahl classic, another great family movie for parents wanting to share their love of scary movies with their kids.
Unsolved Mysteries (Season 15) — Netflix’s reboot of the iconic true crime series.
Winchester (2018) — The heiress to the Winchester gun fortune lives in fear of the ghosts of everyone who was killed with Winchester guns.
JU-ON: Origins (Season 1) — A series about The Grudge.
ONLY (2019) — A couple hides out in their apartment while a virus that only affects women ravages the globe.
Fatal Affair (2020) — A woman tries to repair her relationship with her husband after having an affair, but her old lover has other plans.
Horror titles *leaving* Netflix in July
Don’t forget to give these titles a last watch before they disappear indefinitely from the streaming service:
47 Meters Down (2017)
Dark Places (2015)