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21st Century Horror Movies Available For Streaming Now On Netflix, HBO Max, and More!

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> 21st Century Horror Movies Available For Streaming Now On Netflix, HBO Max, and More!

Looking for a modern classic or a fun scare-fest to watch this week? Here are some of the top horror movies streaming at the moment. Enjoy!

'The Lighthouse' (2019)

This A24 film stars Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe as lighthouse keepers slowly going mad from isolation and mysterious circumstances. The Lighthouse is co-written and directed by Robert Eggers (The Witch) and features period-accurate 1890s dialogue.

Watch on: Showtime

'Hereditary' (2018)

A family is ripped apart by grief and loss, starting when an emotionally withholding mother and grandmother dies in this unforgettable horror film.

Watch on: Showtime

'A Quiet Place' (2018)

Written, directed, and starring John Krasinki (The Office), A Quiet Place features a central gimmick of having any sound alert the apocalyptic super-monsters to your area that actually made for a surprisingly effective and popular horror film. Also stars Emily Blunt as Krasinki's character's wife.

Watch on: Paramount Plus

'It' (2017)

This Stephen King adaptation was well-reviewed and popular for its updated story and setting, plus a bounty of great young actors and inventive scares.

Watch on: Netflix, HBO Max

'The Witch' (2015)

The first Robert Eggers movie is dedicated to its 17th century setting, as well as to all of the themes of religion and gender roles that that era entails. Plus, lots of scary witch stuff!

Watch on: Showtime

'Shaun of the Dead' (2004)

As much or more a comedy as a horror movie, Shaun of the Dead marked the film debut of writer/director Edgar Wright's signature wit that would continue with collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in Hot Fuzz and The World's End

Watch on: Prime Video

'The Invisible Man' (2020)

Elizabeth Moss leads a terrific update to The Invisible Man that centers on a woman who is being pursued by her abusive ex in the form of an invisible terror. 

Watch on: Cinemax Go, Freevee

Happy watching!

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