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Whether you need post-trick-or-treating plans or something to watch while you carve pumpkins, Netflix has a handful of great films to watch this Halloween. Here are some of the top movies to stream if you need a dash of horror in your holiday. 



The Babysitter 

Cole immediately realizes that something is wrong when he discovers that his babysitter is hanging out with a bad crowd - satan worshippers. What ensues is a mess of hysteria, comedy and fun characters. 



Malevolent 


A brother and sister con team make money by faking paranormal encounters in Scotland, but when they take on this next job, they realize that things might be more out of their control than they feared. It's a bit cheesy and jumps the shark at points, but if you're just looking for a horror movie that will keep you guessing, this isn't a bad choice. 



The Conjuring


Two paranormal investigators and demonologists are summoned to a secluded farmhouse to assist a family with a supernatural presence. Things seem relatively harmless at first, but events quickly turn dark once the investigators learn the horrifying history of the house. 



The Sixth Sense  


Even though this movie was released almost 20 years ago, it still holds up in comparison to other popular horror movies. Young Cole Sear has been haunted by ghosts since he was young, and when he tells his child psychologist Dr. Malcome Crowe about his abilities, things only get stranger. 



The Shining 


You've probably already seen this classic film, but even so, it's worth re-watching during the scariest time of year. Follow Jack Torrance as he falls into a disturbing world of premonitions and secrets at the isolated Overlook Hotel in Colorado. 



Hush 


If you're in the mood for something as funny as it is scary, try this compilation of ten short stories. The film follows ghosts, ghouls, monsters, murderers, and other horrors on Halloween night as they terrorize a suburban community. It's probably not the best scary movie you've ever seen, but it's certainly appropriate for October 31. 


What movies are you planning to watch in honor of the spookiest holiday? Let us know in the comments.