The 5 best scary movies to watch on Netflix this Halloween

Although Halloween it is not a spanish tradition, more and more followers are encouraged to celebrate the most terrifying night of the year. Going from house to house in search of trinkets is not very widespread in Spain, but It is no longer strange to see people in disguise on October 31. Also that the costume parties accumulate to dance until dawn. That November 1 is a holiday throughout the country helps.

but there is more plans to do on All Souls’ Night. Some do not necessarily have to involve leaving home. A dinner with friends or an afternoon of games with the little ones are always good options. And what can never be missing to be scared at night is a good one horror movie.

With the rise of streaming platforms, the offer has multiplied and it is easy to get lost among an almost infinite catalog. For this reason, we have selected five of the most watched movies in Netflix. And there are for all tastes.

‘Veronica’

‘La Casa de Papel’ has not been the only Spanish phenomenon that has swept Netflix. It has also broken all the forecasts ‘Veronica’, the film by Paco Plaza based on the mysterious death of a young woman that took place in the Madrid neighborhood of Vallecas in the 1990s. The film starring the young Sandra Escacena is so terrifying that, according to platform data, people can’t finish watching it. The film recounts how Veronica attempts to contact the dead using a Ouija board during a solar eclipse. From that moment on, the young woman and her family begin to suffer strange and threatening supernatural phenomena that lead to a terrifying and dangerous chaos in his own home.

‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2022)

Leatherface unleashes terror again in the return of ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’. Direct sequel to the original 1974 film directed by Tobe Hooper, which introduced the twisted and macabre Sawyer family and one of the most recognized characters in horror movies. Netflix’s ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ begins with the narration of the grotesque murders that occurred on August 18, 1973 and how the sole survivor never spoke publicly about her trauma…until now.

Ouija. The origin of evil’

‘Ouija: The Origin of Evil’ in a prequel to the horror film released in 2014 that returns to dig into the legend of the magic table through another terrifying story of which we present you an exclusive clip. On this occasion, this feature film takes us back to 1965 in Los Angeles. A widowed mother and her two daughters add a new trick to your seances and inadvertently open their home to a real evil spirit.

‘The Scarlet Summit’

With the signature of Guillermo del Toro, this film is a dark fairy tale which mixes the psychological terror and a beautiful and very careful gothic aesthetic. A young American writer, Edith Cushing, falls in love with a handsome Englishman, Thomas Sharp, who has come to the city in search of financing for future business. When her father dies in mysterious circumstances, Thomas convinces Edith to accompany him to her luxurious family mansion, Allerdalle Hall, a huge Gothic-style estate hidden in the English hills and full of mysteries and dangers.

‘The house with the clock on the wall’

A movie for you the smallest of the house get into the Halloween spirit. In it, an orphan, his witch uncle and his eccentric neighbor must find a clock hidden inside the walls of his mansion before he unleashes evil. Jack Black and Cate Blanchett complete the cast.

The 5 best scary movies to watch on Netflix this Halloween