10 Best Horror Movies on Hulu that will Make You Want to Get Your Own Subscription


Some people just love their daily dose of spookiness even when it is still far from Halloween, and some are just straight up twisted who can easily watch horror movies without even flinching. If you are one of those people then this list might be for you.

Horror movies have multiple sub-genres and we do not discriminate. Some prefer comedy horrors and some prefer zombie movies; some want supernatural horror and some want psychological horror. Basically, the horror genre, as a whole, does not disappoint.

However, with hundreds and thousands of movies available, it is quite difficult to choose which one to watch, and we get stuck in the infinite browsing mode, not settling on what movie to really watch. But fret not since the one you are looking for might be here.

With online streaming readily available at the tip of our fingers. You have more than enough films to choose from. Let us now take a look at some of the best horror movies on Hulu.

Drag Me to Hell (2009)

Runtime: 1h 39m

Director: Sam Raimi


A loan officer decides not to renew the mortgage of an old woman. The old woman ends up being evicted from her home. The loan officer now learns the hard way that curses and supernatural beings are true. To save her soul, she turns to a seer while trying her best to avoid the evil spirits that try to push her beyond her breaking point.

Fright Night (2011)

Runtime:1h 46m

Director: Craig Gillespie


The movie centers on how Charley discovers that his new neighbor is not entirely human, but rather an ancient vampire killer who preys on the innocent people of the neighborhood. Follow Charley as he and “vampire killer” Peter Vincent chase after the blood-thirsty vampire in an attempt to save their community.

Cheap Thrills (2013)

Runtime: 1h 28m

Director: E.L. Katz


The horror comedy film follows Craig, a mechanic, who just lost his job. Worried about his bills and the possibility of being evicted from his home, he brings his worries to a dive bar. There, Craig meets Vince, an old high school friend. After the mini reunion with his high school pal, the two meet a couple, Colin and Violet, who learn of Craig’s dire need for money. As it was Violet’s birthday that night, he offers Craig some money in exchange for completing fun yet weirdly dangerous tasks.

Agnes (2021)

Runtime: 1h 33m

Director: Mickey Reece


Nuns in a convent are facing something that puzzled everyone, considering that the place is a holy one. It turns out that there are rumors circulating that a demonic possession has taken place in the convent, and it has prompted an investigation towards the strange and eerie happenings in the religious shelter. A priest and a newcomer in the place of faith were challenged and confronted with temptation.

The Beta Test (2021)

Runtime: 1h 33m

Director: Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe


The dark comedy thriller comes into play when Jordan Hines, a talent agent, receives a mysterious letter. The writer of the letter invites him to take part in an anonymous, sexual encounter. The idea of a no-strings-attached engagement turns him on and decides to join the pact. This decision traps him in a world of infidelity, lying, and taking advantage of information in the digital world.

Compliance (2012)

Runtime: 1h 30m

Director: Craig Zobel


The sexy thriller film takes a look at a usual Friday night in a fast food chain when a police officer, Officer Daniels, calls the restaurant to report an incident of theft. One of the female staff, Becky, was accused of stealing. She was made to strip as the police officer insisted that she stole something. The normal night turned into a bone-chilling abuse of power as Becky is subjected to this unusual police investigation.

The House that Jack Built (2018)

Runtime: 2h 32m

Director: Lars von Trier

Synopsis/PlotThe movie follows Jack, a failed architect who turned into a serial killer in the 1970s to the 1980s, who commits numerous murders in a span of 12 years. The film is based on Dante’s Inferno and features multiple vignette flashbacks as Jack commits his crimes. During these flashbacks, he tries to argue and justify with Virgil, whom he calls Verge, as the latter walks him through the nine circles of hell.

Lights Out (2016)

Runtime: 1h 21m

Director: David F. Sandberg


The supernatural horror film follows Rebecca as she tries to confront her childhood fears. By doing so, she would be able to protect her younger brother. Rebecca then encounters a supernatural entity who has a strange connection to their mother. This encounter tests her sanity as she goes through different trials in an attempt to help her younger brother, Martin, to stay safe and sane.

I Trapped the Devil (2019)

Runtime: 1h 22m

Director: Josh Lobo


It is Christmas time and Matt and his wife, Karen, visit Matt’s brother, Steve. Even at first, they already knew that something was wrong, and Matt was not hesitant to tell Karen of what he noticed— the windows were blacked out and an eerie atmosphere loomed in the house. Steve sees visions of his dead wife, Sarah, through the television static, and answers a disturbingly weird phone call from an anonymous caller.

Culture Shock (2019)

Runtime: 1h 31m

Director: Gigi Saul Guerrero


Marisol is a young woman who is desperate to cross the United States border and leave her life in Mexico behind. But what she does not know is that the American Dream is not really that easy to achieve. From the dangers of crossing the border itself to meeting mysterious men, will Marisol be able to get what she wants?

How did you find the list? If you think that this list is interesting, then this might be the time for you to get a Hulu subscription, too. If you are not familiar with what it is, Hulu is basically a streaming service which can be quite comparable to another streaming giant, Netflix. Now while Netflix is available worldwide, Hulu is just available in the US. It offers unique shows that are mostly not available on Netflix.

The platform has more than 40 million US subscribers and this is a great alternative to local cable since it has more than 2,500 movies and more than 40,000 episodes of your favorite TV shows. Remember, the ones on the list are just some of the movies that you can find on Hulu.

Do you think the list convinced you to get Hulu? Let us know!

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