If you’re a fan of horror anthologies, then V/H/S is definitely the movie for you. It has five segments that range from horror comedy to straight-up blood and guts terror, which are tied together by one overall storyline of a group of criminals attempting to burglarize a house and finding more than they bargained for.
4 The Shining
This movie was initially released in 1980 and is a classic horror novel by Stephen King is a necessity for any Netflix horror movie collection. It has everything; great actors, an amazing storyline, and more than its fair share of scares. If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to put it in your queue as soon as possible.
3 The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia
This sequel to “The Haunting in Connecticut” is not your typical horror movie. It might be a little slow-paced at times, but it has its share of jump scares, and it’s definitely an interesting watch.
2 The Purge
I’m pretty sure everyone knows what “The Purge” is by now. If you don’t, then you’re missing out on one of the best horror movies to be released in 2013. It was a very interesting concept that ended up making for a great movie.
1 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
The newest film from director James Wan is, in my opinion, the scariest horror movie to come out since “Sinister.” With strong performances by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, as well as a story that will have you on the edge of your seat, just about every horror fan can find something to like in this movie.
If you like horror movies, I highly suggest giving “The Conjuring” a shot.
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones
If you haven’t had your fill of the “Paranormal Activity” franchise yet, then make sure to check out this spin-off centered around one character from the previous films. Like the other movies, this one is an independent low-budget horror movie with its moments, but it takes a little bit to get going.