Best Horror on Netflix: 18 of the most highly rated scary movies on Netflix 2022 – ranked by Rotten Tomatoes reviews – The Scotsman

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The witching hour is creeping upon us, horror heads get ready for this year’s launch of Halloween.
And while many of us will be out trick or treating with the younger members of our family, there’s plenty of us who also take Halloween VERY seriously and line-up a full set of scary movies to welcome in the season.
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With streaming services becoming more and more prevalent, the selection of horror movies viewers now have available at the touch of a button are bigger and better than ever before. However, choosing the right films can be a task in itself.
So, without further ado, take a look at the 18 highest rank horror movies currently streaming on Netflix UK, as rated by highly respected film review site Rotten Tomatoes.
Loosely adapted from the popular manga series, the 2017 film Death Note has a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes.
Photo: James Dittiger/Netflix
This 100% rated sequel follows a video artist on the lookout for shocking stories as she makes a grave mistake when she bumps into a serial killer in a cabin.
Photo: Netflix/Blumhouse Productons
A refugee couple and their family escape from war-torn South Sudan, but struggle to adapt to their new life in England due to an evil presence that is determined to wreak havoc.
Photo: Netflix
The original John Carpenter classic. Its got Michael Myers, the mask, Laurie Strode. Need we say more?
Photo: Kevin Winter
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