A Massive List of New Netflix Instant Streaming Horror Titles
ROCKULA (1990) - After failing to save his lady love, Mona (Tawny Fere), from being killed by a pirate with a rhinestone peg leg brandishing a ham bone, vampire Ralph LaVie (Dean Cameron) suffers from a curse forcing him to meet the reborn Mona and watch her die again every 22 years. Now he's determined to break the curse and finally have a life with the woman he loves. The rockin' soundtrack includes music from Bo Diddley and Toni Basil (who plays Ralph's mom).
NEW YEAR'S EVIL (1980) - As a nationally televised New Year's Eve celebration rocks toward countdown mania, host Diane Sullivan (Roz Kelly) gets an ominous on-air call from a sadistic killer promising murder at the stroke of midnight -- one kill for each time zone -- with Sullivan last. True to his word, he strikes. And as victims face a brutal death, authorizes scramble to find a madman who may be closer to Sullivan than anyone knows.
BITCH SLAP (2009) - Three naughty girls -- leggy stripper Trixie (Julia Voth), homicidal drug runner Camero (America Olivo) and high-powered businesswoman Hel (Erin Cummings) -- team up to rip off a crime kingpin, but surprise betrayals quickly spin events out of control. Guns, hand-to-hand combat, scantily clad women and plenty of tongue-in-cheek humor populate this guilty-pleasure throwback to 1960s and '70s exploitation films.
DR. HECKYL AND MR. HYPE (1980) - Oliver Reed stars in this tongue-in-cheek horror tale as Dr. Heckyl, whose disfigured face drives him to suicide. But instead of killing him, his lethal drug turns him into hunky Mr. Hype. There's only one drawback: Mr. Hype's a cold-blooded killer. Soon, the doctor's evil side takes over, choosing carnage over love, driving away the only woman he ever wanted. Sunny Johnson, Maia Danziger and Virgil Frye co-star.
CIRCLE OF EIGHT (2009) - Jessica (Austin Highsmith) has no idea what she's getting into when she moves into an eighth-floor loft at the Dante, an historic building in downtown Los Angeles where the neighbors seem alternately friendly and frightening. Tension mounts as Jessica bears witness to a series of gruesome deaths that, apparently, no one else can see. Ryan Doom and DJ Qualls co-star in this horror serial that originally aired as a MySpace Web series.
DERANGED (1974) - When his overbearing mother dies, sociopathic Wisconsin farmer Ezra Cobb (Roberts Blossom) stuffs and preserves her corpse to keep him company. But when the novelty of this solution wears off, Ezra prowls for fresh ladies on which to practice his taxidermy. The results are some gruesome dinner parties in the Cobb household and other gory delights. Jeff Gillen and Alan Ormsby direct this horror film inspired by real-life serial killer Ed Gein.
CRAWLSPACE (1986) - Klaus Kinski is at his creepy best as Karl Gunther, whose boarding house for young women hides some sinister secrets. He spends his downtime stalking his tenants from hidden passages and carrying out kinky, sadistic experiments. The son of a psychotic SS doctor, Gunther is being tracked by a famed Nazi hunter. But until he's caught, more unassuming women will fall victim to his depravity. Talia Balsam and Barbara Whinnery co-star.
GRIEVOUS BODILY HARM (1988) - When he spots a former lover he believed to be dead, schoolteacher-turned-psychopath Morris Martin (John Waters) goes on a homicidal rampage to locate the woman and punish anyone he thinks conspired to fake her death. As the body count rises, a shady newspaper reporter (Colin Friels) and a corrupt cop (Bruno Lawrence) close in, but Morris turns out to be a wilier foe than they expected. Mark Joffe directs this dark thriller.
CULT OF THE DAMNED (1969) - Tara Nicole Steele (Holly Near), the pudgy, lovelorn daughter of a hugely wealthy couple -- vapid ex-porn star Astrid (Jennifer Jones) and repressed Willy (Charles Aidman) -- falls under the influence of a politically subversive cult led by promiscuous rock idol Bogart Peter Stuyvesant (Jordan Christopher). Despite his engagement to Tara, Bogart seduces both her parents, forcing them all to make the ultimate sacrifice to satiate his raging ego.
THE CRIMSON CULT (1968) - Robert Manning (Mark Eden) searches for his vanished brother in a rural English village, where he is entangled in the legend of Lavinia (Barbara Steele), a witch killed 300 years ago. Lavinia's heir, J. D. Morley (Christopher Lee), wants revenge on anyone related to her killers, such as Robert. Robert romances Morley's niece, Eve, and is aided by occult expert Prof. Marsh (Boris Karloff), but it is up to him to repel Morley's evil designs.
CHILD'S PLAY (1988) - A chubby toy doll named Chucky becomes an instrument of terror in director Tom Holland's unnerving tale of horror. Before cops gun down a serial killer (Brad Dourif), he invokes a spell that transfers his soul into the body of Chucky -- who ends up as a birthday present for 6-year-old Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent). When a rash of murders ensues, he knows Chucky is the culprit, but neither Andy's mother (Catherine Hicks) nor the police believe him.
THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT (2009) - In this supernatural thriller, the Campbell family's move to Connecticut takes a mysteriously dark turn when a series of shocking paranormal events reveals that their inviting new home is a former mortuary with a sordid past. Based on a true story, this terrifying tale stars Virginia Madsen and Martin Donovan as the well-meaning Campbell parents, Kyle Gallner as their cancer-stricken son and Elias Koteas as the enigmatic Rev. Nicholas Popescu.
THE HORSEMEN (2009) - Already reeling from the shocking death of his wife, detective Aidan Breslin (Dennis Quaid) is destined for even darker days when he's tasked with investigating a series of grisly serial murders inspired by biblical prophecy. This chilling psychological thriller from director Jonas Åkerlund also stars Ziyi Zhang, Clifton Collins Jr., Peter Stormare, Patrick Fugit, Lou Taylor Pucci and Eric Balfour.
THE BURROWERS (2009) - When the men on a pioneer homestead are brutally murdered and the women and children go missing, a posse sets out to find them, assuming they've been abducted by Indians. But the truth turns out to be much more horrific. As they find more bodies, it soon becomes clear that something from beneath the ground is brutally attacking humans. Clancy Brown, William Mapother and Sean Patrick Thomas star in this horror film set in the Wild West.
REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA (2008) - In the near future, a biotech company saves mankind with synthetic replacements for failed organs. But those who default on their new liver or heart are subject to repossession. Shilo (Alexa Vega) navigates this dystopia while searching for a cure for her rare illness. Her odyssey is set to a number of catchy songs in this tongue-in-cheek opera. Paris Hilton, Paul Sorvino, Anthony Head and Sarah Brightman round out the deliciously diverse cast.
CATACOMBS (2006) - The City of Lights becomes the City of Frights when American tourist Victoria (Shannyn Sossamon) visits her sister Carolyn (pop star turned actress Pink) and gets lost at a party in the Catacombs, the vast 200-mile labyrinthine network of tunnels that lies beneath Paris. Confusion soon gives way to terror as Victoria begins to suspect she's being chased -- and a swirling rumor about a monster isn't helping matters either.
SHAOLIN VS. EVIL DEAD (2004) - This gore-splattered thrill ride charts what happens when a vampire (Kit Cheung) is roused from slumber and wreaks havoc among the living. With utter destruction in the cards, two monks, White (Gordon Liu) and Black (Louis Fan), and their sidekicks, Sun (Jacky Woo), Fire (Shi Xiao-Hu) and Moon (Shannon Yoh), compete with one another for the right to do battle with the bloodsucker, culminating in a cataclysmic kung fu showdown.
SHAOLIN VS. EVIL DEAD: ULTIMATE POWER (2006) - Gordon Liu and Louis Fan return in this unorthodox martial arts sequel. When fellow Taoist priest Hak (Fan) turns into a vampire and goes on a killing spree, Roam Chow (Liu) must use his wits and his lethal combat skills to stop the murders. Douglas Kung directs this horror thriller packed with fast-paced action, stunning special effects and legions of vampires and zombies. Marsha Yuan co-stars.
THE VAMPIRE (1957) - After inadvertently taking pills made from vampire bat blood, Dr. Paul Beecher (John Beal) undergoes a mysterious transformation in this classic horror flick. His instant addiction forces Beecher to take a pill every day, turning him into a hirsute maniac prone to homicidal rampages. As police investigate the murders, Beecher -- who only remembers his actions as hazy dreams -- begins to suspect himself.
NEANDERTHAL MAN (1953) - Becoming angry after his colleagues reject his theory that Neanderthal man was equal in intelligence to contemporary humans, scientist Clifford Groves (Robert Shayne) creates a potion that transforms him into a primitive man. It's not long before local residents start falling prey to a series of mysterious assaults. Richard Crane and Doris Merrick co-star in this reenvisioning of the Jekyll and Hyde story.
THE TOMB (1986) - Helen (Susan Stokey), David (Richard Hench) and Dr. Howard Phillips (Cameron Mitchell) rush to stop a murderous ancient Egyptian priestess named Nefratis (Michelle Bauer) after treasure hunter John Banning (David O'Hara) accidentally revives her from her tomb while extracting valuable artifacts. Nefratis is hell-bent on Banning returning her stolen goods, which are supposed to keep her young. John Carradine makes a cameo appearance.
7 ANGELS IN EDEN (2007) - Two young lovers are the final hope for mankind in this chilling vision from director and star Marshall Mills. Will and Mia are the last people left on Earth, but amid the barren landscape, they face something even more terrifying: Will's nightmares. Seven deadly rednecks -- summoned to life by Will's dreams -- relentlessly pursue them. Can they survive the ultimate confrontation between good and evil … and then become a modern-day Adam and Eve?
FEAR OF THE DARK (2002) - Young Ryan is deathly afraid of the dark, but his big brother Dale thinks he's just vying for attention. Dale's attitude changes, though, when a storm knocks out the power and reveals good reason for Ryan's terror. Directed by K.C. Bascombe, this nerve-racking low-budget horror flick preys on the most common of fears. Jesse James and Kevin Zegers star as the two doomed siblings trapped in a waking nightmare.
GANGS OF THE DEAD (2007) - Two rival gangs get more than they bargained for when they arrive at an abandoned warehouse in Los Angeles. Instead of the weapons dealer they expected to meet, they're greeted by … zombies! Now, the gangs must put aside their differences and work together if they hope to escape the bloodlust of the evil undead. This gory fright fest with an urban twist stars Enrique Almeida, Reggie Bannister and Stephen Basilone.
ART OF THE DEVIL (2005) - Pregnant -- and unceremoniously dumped -- by her wealthy boyfriend, vengeful Boom (Supakson Chaimongkol) turns to witchcraft in this gruesome Thai thriller directed by Tanit Jitnukul. Before you can say "black magic," the members of her ex-lover's family all meet grisly demises. With the police department stumped for suspects, Boom thinks she's free and clear … until a determined investigative reporter starts to uncover the truth.
ART OF THE DEVIL II (2005) - When a beautiful teacher (Mae Bia) is wronged by six of her students, watch out. Calling on demons and forces of black magic, she extracts an ultragruesome retribution against each of them. Directed by a collaboration of seven directors collectively called the Ronin Team, this occult shocker is plugged as a sequel. But don't let the "Part II" fool you: This disturbing Thai carnage fest stands alone.
SEVERED: FOREST OF THE DEAD (2006) - When a forestry company's profit-driven decision to genetically engineer trees goes horribly wrong, a mismatched group of loggers and environmental activists become ravenous flesh-eating zombies. And although a few uninfected survivors remain, their chances of getting out of the wilderness alive are as remote as the forest itself. An ensemble cast stars in this undead gore fest that makes a run-in with a wood chipper seem tame.
BLACK SABBATH (1963) - In this 1963 trilogy of chilling tales, a beautiful woman's ex-lover terrorizes her, a father returns home a vampire, and a ghost haunts a nurse. The vampire story -- probably the most famous of the three -- stars a poignant Boris Karloff, who also plays host for the anthology. Italian horror impresario Mario Bava served as writer, director and cinematographer for the film, and composer Les Baxter serves up the martini-soaked lounge score.
BLOOD FEAST 2: ALL U CAN EAT (2002) - Thirty-nine years after making his groundbreaking independent horror film Blood Feast, director Herschell Gordon Lewis returns with a sequel. This time around, Faud Ramses III (J.P. Delahoussaye) , the grandson of Blood Feast's protagonist, moves into his granddad's catering shop. It isn't long before Faud proves to be a chip off the old block, as he lures buxom young women into his lair and carves them up for sandwiches.
THE ANGRY RED PLANET (1959) - Earth's first expedition to Mars loses contact -- and never gets it back. Mission Control successfully lands the ship remotely, but finds the crew's only two survivors in a fight for their lives. Horrific creatures, flesh-eating plants and unfriendly, intelligent life waiting for them at the ship they've struggled to get back to are only the start. It's what's they find out later that's truly frightening.
QUEEN OF BLOOD (1966) - This 1966 sci-fi thriller takes place in the 1990s, when an alien ship crash-lands on Mars and sends a distress call to Earth. Astronauts find one survivor, a green-skinned woman, but she repays their heroism with bloodlust. During the flight home, the crew discovers that the alien is a vampire -- and feeding her blood plasma from their supply won't prevent her from attacking them in search of a bigger feast.
THE BEAST WITHIN (1982) - Soon after newlywed Caroline MacCleary (Bibi Besch) gets raped just outside Nioba, Miss., by a hairy, manlike creature, she gives birth to a baby boy (Paul Clemens). But her son, whom she names Michael, begins to suffer from a mysterious malady when he turns 17. Looking for answers, the MacClearys return to Nioba, where they find the name of Caroline's attacker -- and a community desperately attempting to conceal a dark secret.
ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU: DIRECTOR'S CUT (1977) - This 1977 adaptation of H.G. Wells's sci-fi novel stars Michael York as Andrew Braddock, a shipwrecked sailor who washes up on a mysterious island inhabited by mad scientist Dr. Paul Moreau (Burt Lancaster) -- and the ghastly remains of his failed experiments. Don Taylor's cult classic co-stars Nick Cravat as Moreau's grotesque "manimal" servant M'Ling, while Barbara Carrera and Nigel Davenport round out the cast of human characters.
SPECIES (1995) - When government scientists (led by Ben Kingsley) receive a transmission from space containing alien DNA, they create the ultimate femme fatale: a hybrid woman named Sil (Natasha Henstridge) with supermodel looks, deadly shape-shifting abilities ... and raging hormones. When Sil escapes, a team of specialists scrambles to find her before she can reproduce, culminating in a fright-filled climax in the Los Angeles sewer system.
SPECIES II (1998) - This 1998 sequel follows Patrick Ross (Justin Lazard), an astronaut on his way back to Earth after a mission to Mars. It seems that Ross picked up something on his voyage: an alien virus that's causing his DNA to mutate, transforming him into a randy crossbreed intent on world domination through procreation. Can authorities stop him before he mates with Eve (Natasha Henstridge), a government-created clone of her human-alien hybrid mother?
SPECIES III (2004) - In this third film of the sci-fi horror franchise, Eve's progeny -- the part-alien, part-human Sara (Sunny Mabrey) -- takes after her bloodthirsty mother. In search of someone to mate with, Sara will stop at nothing to find the appropriate partner. The government scrambles to put together a team to nab Sara before she causes total destruction, but she proves as challenging as her predecessor. Natasha Henstridge appears in a cameo as Eve.