Horror Movies to Watch on Your Spectrum TV App

Horror movies are not everyone’s cup of tea, but they sure have great stories, jump scares, and thrilling settings. Horror movies are fun to watch and can have you jumping out of fear throughout the movie. If you are looking for movies that can have you engaged from the beginning until the end, you will love the movies listed below. 

If you have Spectrum Select TV, you must have gone through the Spectrum TV app as well. The app comes with several on-demand options for you to watch and when it comes to horror movies, the list is amazing. If you also want a TV service that comes with great on-demand content as well as live TV channels, call Spectrum service and ask about the plans available in your region. Or, simply check out www.buytvinternetphone.com/spectrum/select-package

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Well, here is the list of all the best horror movies that you can watch on your Spectrum TV app. As a horror movie lover, we are sure you must have watched most of these, but if you haven’t, it’s time for you to watch them now.

The Cabin in the Woods 

The Cabin in the Woods is a horror/comedy movie that discusses five college friends who go on a vacation to live in a remote cabin in the middle of the woods. The five, Dana Polk (Kristen Connolly), Curt Vaughan (Chris Hemsworth), Jules Louden (Anna Hutchison), Marty Mikalski (Fran Kranz), and Holden McCrea (Jesse Williams) arrive there only to find out that the place is a complete horror show. 

One by one, each one of the five falls victim to backwoods zombies, but that is not the only factor at hand. Steve Hadley (Bradley Whitford) and Sitterson (Richard Jenkins) are two scientists, who manipulate the twisted happenings, and things are more ghoulish than they seem even after the body count keeps rising.

Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow is a horror/fantasy movie set in the year 1799 based on the classic tale “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving. The movie is a mix of fantasy, horror, and romance. The story revolves around a police detective Ichabod Crane (Johnny Depp), who is sent from New York City to Sleepy Hollow to investigate a series of killings that a Headless Horseman committed. 

A Nightmare on Elm Street

A Nightmare on Elm Street is a literal nightmare when it comes to horror movies, not because it is poorly produced, but because this story is not for the faint-hearted. The story revolves around several Midwestern teenagers who fall victim to Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund), a disfigured creature, who preys on teenagers while they dream. As each teenager sees Freddy Krueger in their dreams, it kills them in reality. 

One of the friends Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) realizes that there is a dark kept secret by her and her friends, which could be the key to solving the mystery. So, Nancy and her boyfriend Glen (Johnny Depp) need to stay up and resolve the mystery before it is too late. 

Don’t Breathe

Don’t Breathe is a horror/thriller movie that revolves around three Detroit thieves, Rocky (Jane Levy), Alex (Dylan Minnette), and Money (Daniel Zovatto) who get their thrills by breaking into rich people’s properties. When the trio finds out that a blind veteran has won a major cash settlement because of his only child’s death, they see him as an easy suspect and break into his isolated house in an abandoned neighborhood. 

As they break in, they make a dreadful discovery about their apparently helpless victim and fight for their lives to get out of the house. 

Annihilation

Annihilation is a science fiction/horror movie that discusses Lena Double (Natalie Portman), who is a former soldier and a biologist. Lena joins a mission to find out what happened to her husband inside Area X, which is a mysterious and sinister phenomenon expanding across the American coastline. 

Once inside, the group sees a world of modified sceneries, landscapes, and creatures, and as fascinating and beautiful as it gets, it is equally life-threatening and sanity-threatening. 

The Blair Witch Project

The Blair Witch Project is a horror movie that revolves around video footage that tells the story of three film students, Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard, and Michael C. Williams. They travel to a small town to collect documentary footage about the Blaire Witch, who is a legendary local murderer. 

The students spend a few days investigating the Blaire Witch by interviewing the townspeople, and they gather clues to support the tale’s authenticity. The twist happens when the three lose their way in the middle of the woods and start hearing horrifying noises. 

Evil Dead

Evil Dead is a horror fantasy movie that revolves around Ashley “Ash” Williams (Bruce Campbell) who along with his girlfriend and three friends hike towards a cabin in the middle of the woods to spend a fun night out. In the cabin, the five friends find a book, the “Necronomicon” which reawakens the dead if read out loud. 

The group unintentionally awakens a flood of evil spirits, and now they must fight to save their lives or they also become one of the evil dead. Ash witnesses his friends becoming possessed, and must make a decision before daybreak to save his own life. 

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is a horror/thriller movie that revolves around a family that struggles to survive in a world where everyone has been killed by noise-sensitive blind creatures. If they hear, they hunt you. The story follows a family that must live in silence to avoid being hunted down by creatures that hunt by sound. 

Even the slightest whispers or footsteps can bring death and catastrophe. So, Evelyn and Lee are determined to stay silent and also to find a way to protect their children and find a way out of this. 

Orphan

Orphan is a horror/thriller movie that revolves around the couple Kate (Vera Farmiga), and John (Peter Sarsgaard). Kate and John are shattered by the loss of their unborn baby, which is why they decide to adopt a child. The two are drawn to a little girl Esther (Isabelle Furman) at the orphanage, and they bring her home. 

However, when unusually dangerous events unfold, Kate suspects that the innocent-looking child might have some dark secrets. 

Final Thoughts 

If you are someone who loves horror movies or have developed a liking for horror movies, we are sure that you will love these suggestions. The movies we have listed above are some of the best horror movies that will have you jumping on your couch, and getting goosebumps.

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