13 Underrated Horror Movies Now Streaming FREE On Peacock
I don’t know about you but I watch a lot of The Office. Fall asleep to it every night. So it makes sense that I have a Peacock account. But even if you don’t, the streaming service hosts a handful of killer horror movies that you can stream right now – for FREE. 13 horror movies, in fact. Let’s go ahead and count all the horror one-by-one.
Check out the list below.
Adjust Your Tracking
The documentary examines the world of VHS collecting and gives particular attention to collectors of VHS horror. Kinem and Peretic interview several collectors. Many of whom are after the most sought-after VHS tape. The 1987 blaxploitation film Tales from the QuadeaD Zone, due to its rarity and cult status. Interviewees give their reasons for collecting and discuss forums and other venues they use to communicate with other collectors. Such as the online group Horror VHS Collectors.
Body Bags (1993)
Body Bags is a horror-comedy anthology. It features three stories, with bookends featuring John Carpenter, Tom Arnold, and Tobe Hooper as deranged morgue attendees. Directed by Carpenter, Hooper, and Larry Sulkis, it first aired in August 1993. It’s notable for its numerous cameos including David Naughton (An American Werewolf in London), Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead), and Wes Craven (Scream).
A writer (Cary Elwes) moves to a new city for a job. He rents a room in the house of (Kurtwood Smith) and (Gwynyth Walsh). Their 14-year-old daughter, (Alicia Silverstone), is instantly attracted to Elwes. While Elwes romances a photographer (Jennifer Rubin), he has trouble fending off Silverstone. As her obsession grows, she becomes angry at being rejected and starts attacking his property and friends.
The Exorcist III
George C. Scott is hunting a killer. He notices similarities between his current investigation and the “Gemini” killer (Brad Dourif). A killer who was executed 15 years ago. Scott soon discovers a mental patient (Jason Miller) claims to be the dead serial killer. But he looks just like a priest Scott knew. One who died during an exorcism… As more bodies are found, Scott looks for connections between the two dead men.
Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II
Promiscuous teen Mary Lou Maloney (Lisa Schrage) dies during a prank gone wrong. Decades later, she returns for revenge. Eager to punish the culprit – her ex-boyfriend (Michael Ironside), who is now the high-school principal. Evil Mary Lou is perfectly content to kill others too. She eventually possesses the body of prom queen contender (Wendy Lyon). Which allows her to wreak even more havoc.
The Hitcher (2007)
Grace (Sophia Bush) and Jim (Zachary Knighton) are a pair of college students. They’re on their way to spring break in a 1970 Oldsmobile. Blissfully unaware of the horror that awaits them. Then they offer a ride to hitchhiker John Ryder (Sean Bean). He subsequently terrorizes the couple and implicates them in a grisly slaying.
Hostel: Part II
Beth (Lauren German), Lorna (Heather Matarazzo), and Whitney (Bijou Phillips) are three young American women. They travel abroad and decide to take a weekend excursion. Lured from their destination by a beautiful acquaintance (Vera Jordanova), the women anticipate a stay at a luxurious spa. Instead, they become pawns in a grisly game designed to entertain wealthy deviants from around the world.
A violent teen and three others kidnap a young nurse while escaping from a Texas mental institution. Pursued by a vengeful sheriff, the disturbed youths embark on a murderous rampage. One that shapes one of them into the legendary Leatherface.
Aaron Boone (Craig Sheffer) is haunted by terrifying nightmares of a city of monsters. He goes to see a psychiatrist, Dr. Decker (David Cronenberg). But Decker is really a serial killer. He frames Boone for his murders, and Boone’s killed by the police. But Boone is brought back to life by the monsters of his dreams, the Nightbreed.
Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead
The Tall Man (Angus Scrimm) has infiltrated the minds of Mike (A. Michael Baldwin) and Reggie (Reggie Bannister). The two embark on a journey to kill him, only to discover he’s destroyed town after town, leaving zombies in place of the living. Along the way, Mike and Reggie meet several characters who share their goal, including a murderous boy (Kevin Connors) and two women who are excellent fighters.
Two decades after the original Bates Motel murders, Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is free. He returns home to find his hotel run down under the management of Warren Toomey (Dennis Franz). But he strikes up a new friendship with a waitress (Meg Tilly) and gets a job busing tables at a diner. Then Norman begins to hear voices once again. And no matter how hard he tries, he cannot keep “Mother” from returning. And bit by bit she’s coaxing him to unleash the homicidal maniac within again.
Happy housewife Beverly Sutphin has a charmed life – a beautiful home, a dentist husband, and two teenagers. However, one of her son’s teachers speaks disparagingly of her boy. And she runs him over in the school parking lot. Suddenly she has an insatiable taste for murder. Six homicides later, the cops get wise to her crimes.
You Should Have Left
A former banker, his actress wife, and their spirited daughter book a vacation at an isolated modern home in the Welsh countryside. But nothing is quite as it seems.
Will you check out any of these underrated movie on Peacock?