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  • What’s a good horror /thriller film on Netflix?
  • Premier Icon mattyfez
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    Open to suggestions really.
    I’ve seen most classic horror films and the Netflix suggestions don’t seem to tally up…

    Premier Icon tdog
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    Saw VI

    Avengeance isn’t a horror as such but is kick ass with loadsa gory moments and an alright plot to match

    Premier Icon mattyfez
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    Ok maybe more thriller then?

    Premier Icon jekkyl
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    The ritual.
    The invitation.

    Premier Icon jekkyl
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    Eli. 3/5

    Premier Icon mattyfez
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    I liked eli, but I’ve already seen it, seen the ritual.

    I’ve not heard of the invitation though..

    Premier Icon jekkyl
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    Isn’t hostel on there too and the purge?

    Premier Icon mattyfez
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    Maybe I didn’t specify the type of horror film correctly.
    I’m not interested in gratuitous gore.
    I’ve seen most horror films.

    Is there anything new and original on Netflix?

    Premier Icon jekkyl
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    The witcher is good

    Premier Icon paulneenan76
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    Not a film but The Haunting of Hill House was ace.

    Premier Icon Malvern Rider
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    Misery

    Nightcrawler

    Psycho

    Premier Icon Bagstard
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    Orphan was pretty good, more of a thriller.

    Premier Icon anagallis_arvensis
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    I watched Get Out recently, it was pretty good.

    Before I Wake

    Premier Icon takisawa2
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    Get (lots) if beer & nibbles & settle down with both series of “You”.

    Premier Icon Holyzeus
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    Prisoners

    Premier Icon muggomagic
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    The most horrific and gripping thing I’ve ever watched on any platform is “Don’t **** with cats” on Netflix. If you’ve not seen it I’m not sure I could recommend it as it’s pretty disturbing in places but it’s compelling viewing.

    It’s not a film, but it’s only 3 hours so you can easily watch it in one go.

    Premier Icon doom_mountain
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    Calibre, thriller about a shooting trip in the Scottish highlands.

    Tense is an understatement.

    Premier Icon zigzag69
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    Blue Ruin

    Premier Icon sharkattack
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    Came here to say Blue Ruin. Saw it at the cinema years ago and just saw it pop up on Netflix.

    It’s not a horror and I can’t fully remember it. I remember thinking it’s what would happen if a normal person tried to exact revenge on someone in real life, rather than a juiced up vigilante action hero that you’ve seen a million times before.

    Might rewatch it.

    Premier Icon jimmy
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    Calibre was worth the watch. Wasn’t sure how it would pan out all along.

    Premier Icon sirromj
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    You is an alright watch but the tension wasn’t maintained in the 2nd series and was laughable at times so wouldn’t call it horror… more something for couples to watch.

    I think Triangle (2009) is an under rated movie.

    Premier Icon doom_mountain
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    Good spot on Blue Ruin, really enjoyed Green Room and Hold The Dark.

    Destroyer (recent one from Karen Kusama, director of The Invitation) is worth a watch, more of a psychological thriller.

    Also You Were Never Really Here.

    Premier Icon Lord Summerisle
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    Creep

    Premier Icon derek_starship
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    Second season of You is shite.

    I watched two ep’s and they both really bored/annoyed me.

    IMHO.

    Calibre is very good. Shocking and unsettling.

    Premier Icon timmycee
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    ‘Dark’ is amazing if you can deal with subtitles/the bad dubbing, as it’s German. More scifi than horror but really tense and atmospheric, the soundtrack is great also.

    Premier Icon eddiebaby
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    Dark is pretty epic.

    Premier Icon rone
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    Calibre, Ritual, Invitation, Blue Ruin are all excellent shouts.

    All the Money in the World for true story thrills. (Ridley Scott)

    Horror: Hush, The Perfection for bonkers twisted horror, Under The Shadow for unusual horror. Ghost Story for Brit horror.

    Strangers for simple grimness.

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    Babadook?

    Premier Icon kayak23
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    I watched Get Out recently, it was pretty good.

    I watched it following reviews on here I think. I thought it was dreadful 😳

    Premier Icon flyingpotatoes
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    Watched The Nightingale last night.

    Not easy to watch in places but thought it was excellent.

    Same director as Babadook I think.

    Premier Icon shermer75
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    Bird Box

    Premier Icon shermer75
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    I enjoyed ‘I Am Mother’ too

    Premier Icon shermer75
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    Is The Snowman any good? I remember it being heavily trailed at the cinema and then didn’t hear anything about it. It has the Fassbender in it so prob pretty watchable..

    Premier Icon shermer75
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    Fractured is a lovely little tense thriller, and I’ve noticed that Breakdown is in there which I remember really enjoying lots of years back

    Premier Icon rone
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    Snowman starts off okay but gets seriously mixed up. Not a patch on the book – but the setting is great and so is Rebecca Ferguson!

    Premier Icon sharkattack
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    We just watched ‘The Perfection’. Brilliantly twisted and unpredictable. It’s mental.

    Premier Icon perchypanther
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    Is The Snowman any good?

    No. It is not.

    It was one of the most incoherent movies I’ve ever watched.

    Premier Icon rone
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    Yep, loved the perfection. So many bonkers twists and a refreshingly worthwhile conclusion!

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    that Breakdown is in there which I remember really enjoying lots of years back

    Ha ha me too.

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