What are the best horror movies on Netflix?Navigating through the Netflix landscape of original programming and 20-year-old mediocrity can be tiresome. Especially when all you really want to do is curl up on your sofa for a solid 48 hours in your favorite pair of flannel boxers, shove your face full of three-day-old cold pizza, and stare into the familiar “Are you still watching?” abyss. Well, if it’s comfort that you’re looking for, we can think of no other genre more comforting than horror. And the Netflix horror game is solid these days. Like that one best friend who’ll come to your door when you really need them, beer and cookies in hand. Maybe also a machete. So here are the best horror movies on Netflix.
The Lost Boys
The Lost Boys is everything beautiful and wonderful about 1980s horror. It has vampires, but vampires in a beach city, because as dark and gloomy as they may be, they’re still super into late night boardwalk concerts featuring Tina Turner’s saxophone player. Also, the two Coreys, in what is most likely their greatest career performance.