Looking for a good scare this Halloween? Or maybe you just want something to play in the background during a party? If so, Netflix has got you covered with a big selection of horror movies for you to choose from. Below we’ll go through our picks for the seven best Halloween movies to stream on Netflix this year.

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Day of the Dead

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Nobody does zombie movies like George Romero and Day of the Dead is a wonderfully gruesome successor to the classic Night of the Living Dead.

Scream

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Scream is a delightfully postmodern horror movie about horror movie conventions. This is horror master Wes Craven at his wittiest.

Rosemary’s Baby

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A true classic of a horror movie that relies on suggestion and slow-boiling suspense to create horror instead of gore. Rosemary’s Baby is worth watching alone for Ruth Gordon’s performance as a disturbingly nosy neighbor with a devilish secret.

The Omen

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The Omen is the classic film whose main monster is… a cute little kid? Yes, really. You’ll have to watch it to learn the details.

A Clockwork Orange

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A Clockwork Orange is admittedly a little more sci-fi than horror, although chief droog Alex has proven to be a very popular Halloween costume over the years. Director Stanley Kubrick is at his peak in this movie, which might be the best film he ever made.

From Dusk Till Dawn

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From Dusk Till Dawn, Quentin Tarantino’s take on the vampire flick genre, is equal parts gruesome and hilarious. Cheech Marin’s vulgar performance in particular is a treat.

Silence of the Lambs

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Not every monster is supernatural and Silence of the Lambs shows that serial killers can be just as scary as werewolves, vampires or ghosts.

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