5 Killer Flicks That Just Hit Netflix Today

Now that so many of us have been asked to remain at home during the Coronavirus crisis, streaming entertainment is more important than ever: as a distraction, an escape, and a way to feel connected to the outside world, cinema is more important than ever.

If you’re looking to bulk up on your horror knowledge, we’ve assembled a killer list of flicks streaming now on Netflix. We’ll do our best to keep the recommendations coming, with additional Netflix recommendations, as well as lists of what’s worth watching on Hulu, Amazon, Shudder, and other streaming platforms.


Killer Klowns from Outer Space

An alien band of killer clowns descends from the cosmos to harvest scores of small-town victims, cocooning their prey in cotton candy to eat later.

Mortal Kombat

To save the planet, a team of handpicked noble fighters faces down the minions of an evil emperor in a deadly, fantastical combat tournament.

Taxi Driver

Enraged by New York’s moral rot and urban decay, an unhinged cab driver goes mad, plotting an assassination and saving a teen sex worker.

The Girl with All the Gifts

As a virulent fungus turns humanity into zombies, a band of survivors flees with a curiously evolved zombie girl who may hold the key to a cure.

Wildling (Featured Image)

Confined to an attic for years by a man claiming to be her protector, teenage Anna is liberated and begins learning the rest of her terrifying story. Starring Brad Dourif.

Are you excited to stream any of these movies on Netflix? Let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram

Written by Mike Sprague

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