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The best horror movie to stream on Paramount +

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The spooky season is upon us, which means it’s time to officially indulge in all your bloody and harmful desires. And what better way to provoke some coveted fear than a spine-shaking horror movie?

Throughout the month of October there is no shortage of thrilling and scary movies for horror buffs and fortunately streamers like Paramount Plus make it easier than ever to stream some of the best. From fierce slashers and evil classics to high-speed blockbusters and hair-raising vampire flicks, there are a wide range of horror movies in Paramount’s library for everyone.

Here are the best, haunting horror movies to take you into the Halloween spirit.

A quiet place 2

The sound-hating monsters from the first “A Quiet Place” movie get more screen-time in the sequel, which speeds up an hour and a half at a faster pace. The 2021 film, which was released in May, follows a widow, Evelyn (Emily Blunt), leaving the first one where she tries to protect herself, her two children and the newborn in a dying world. Anyone who makes a sound. Between the suspense and the horror of the jump that makes for an impressive horror movie, the film also digs deep into the meaning of sacrifice and adventure, just as it did before, especially Celian Murphy’s Emmet who uses his cochlear implant to stop the blood – thirsty Monsters.


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‘Night of the Living Dead’

Night of the Living Dead, 1968.

Horror fans are lucky with their interest in zombies. The streamer has dozens of zombie movies but “Night of the Living Dead” may be one of the best. The 1968 film was one of the first to launch Anirban’s signature Slow Shuffle, as a group of strangers in a remote farmhouse band could escape the clutches of human flesh together.


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‘Symptoms’

Oman, Harvey Stephens, 1976, TM and Copyright (c) 20th Century Fox Film Corporation.  All rights reserved.

There is nothing more terrifying than a homicidal child, especially one whose main target is his own loving parents. “The Woman” is an early example of the occupation genre that led the way in classics such as “Rosemary Baby” and “The Exorcist”, where a devilish child (and in this case the devil’s literal son) destroys them all around him. The best aspect of this movie is the horrible surprises that Harvey Stephen’s Damien brings to every scene.


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‘Body snatchers attack’

Attack by body snatchers

Don Siegel’s “Attack of the Body Snatchers” is a must-see horror film that is always worth watching again when you are in a good scary mood. The 1977 film takes viewers to San Francisco where Matthew Bennell begins to notice that his friends are starting to lose their sense of personality. As it turns out, millions of his friends have fallen victim to the horrific epidemic, which is slowly turning the population into intolerant and aggressive drones.


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‘Ring’

The Ring Two, Naomi Watts, Kelly Stables, 2005, (c) DreamWorks / Courtesy Everett Collection

The fear of what you might aspire to as a “ring” promises nothing, with the whole premise surrounding a horrific videotape whose content is so bad that it kills anyone who sees it. Seattle Newspaper reporter Naomi Watts follows Rachel Keller on a mission to find out what’s on the 2002 film, a remake of a 1998 Japanese horror film, Mysterious, Death Cassette.


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‘Cry of the Flute’

Cry of the Flute, Elizabeth Bergner, 1970

“Crying of Kanshi” provides all the supernatural ghostly gifts for the magical ghost fans among us. The Elizabeth-era story follows a ruthless witch hunter whose dark magic and insanity take revenge on a devil from his own family.


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‘Night of Fear’

Bright night, from left: Anton Yelchin, Colin Farrell, 2011.  ারে Everett Collection courtesy of Walt Disney Studio Motion Picture

Charlie is a happy-go-lucky senior at high school when the suspicious activity of a neighbor next to him leads him to the conclusion that he is a vampire. This 2011 remake, based on the original 1985 film of the same name, follows the same main plot point as Charlie fails to try to destroy his bloodthirsty neighbor simply on his own.


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‘Area 51’

Area 51

Named after a high-class U.S. Air Force facility that many believe is a meeting place for aliens. In the 2015 photo, a team of UFO-obsessed friends and Wanabe journalists travel to a mysterious and remote military site to find out what’s actually there.


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‘Who will kill Aunt Rooke?’

Who SLEW AUNTIE ROO ?, Shelley Winters, 1971

Joan Crawford, Betty Davis and Shelley Winters star in the classic horror film, where a wealthy widow (winter) invites a pair of local orphans to vacation at her home. But as the movie progressed, the siblings began to suspect that the word M was not what Mrs. Ru thought.


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‘Halloween V1: Curse of Michael Myers’

HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS, George Wilbur (as Michael Myers), 1995. ph: Kent Miles / © Dimension Films / Courtesy Everett Collection (Upgraded to Picture 16.5)" x 11.1")

Not October until you invite Michael Myers into your home, at least through the screen. This 1995 Halloween movie revolves around everyone’s favorite manic mass murderer, who visits the quiet town of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween to celebrate the festival. This chapter in the Myers story introduces Tommy Doyle, a prominent adult who saw the masked killer fight with his babysitter when he was a child, and is now determined to find out the motive of the famous killer.


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‘Spell’

Spell, Omari Hardwick, 2020.  © Everest Collection courtesy of Paramount Player

After an intense storm in the plane that Marquis and his family were flying, he injured Mrs. Eloise’s attic and woke up alone. The shameless woman claims that she can heal him using voodoo made from her own skin and blood. With no way to reach his family, Marquis continues to try to free himself from the dark magic of Eloise and a heinous ritual that he knows is waiting for him.


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