For most of the horror fans I know, Halloween began around September 1st despite all the talk about whether the spookiest holiday of the year is “canceled” or not. Fortunately for us, streaming services have upped their game this year and Netflix is no different with their Netflix and Chills lineup that starts today and carries on through Halloween.
Check out the full schedule of premiere dates below. There’s something for every horror fan here no matter your tastes!
Netflix and Chills 2020
The Babysitter: Killer Queen: Director McG’s follow-up to his brilliant no-holds-barred 2017 hit The Babysitter finds protagonist Cole (Judah Lewis) battling demonic forces yet again, this time at what was supposed to be a fun lake getaway. With the return of almost the entire cast from the first film, this is definitely one you won’t want to miss!
The Paramedic: After an accident leaves him confined to a wheelchair and wallowing in depression unable to face his new life, Angel (Mario Casas) decides to channel his rage, getting even with those who, in his eyes, have betrayed him. Particularly the woman who left him when he needed her the most. This thriller from director Carles Torres looks downright chilling!
Ratched: Ryan Murphy’s origin story for the infamous Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest stars Sarah Paulson in the title role. The tension mounts when Mildred Ratched takes a job at a psychiatric hospital in 1947.
The Binding: A woman finds herself in a battle against a curse that has fallen on her daughter in this supernatural chiller from director Domenico Fuedis starring Mia Maestro, Riccardo Scamarcio, Mariella Lo Sardo, Giulia Patrignani, Federica Rosellini, and Raffaella D’Avella.
Vampires vs. The Bronx: Oz Rodriguez directs this film about a group of teenagers from the Bronx defending their neighborhood from vampires. The horror-comedy stars Jaden Michael, Gerald W. Jones III, Gregory Diaz IV, Sarah Gadon, Cliff “Method Man” Smith, Shea Whigham, Coco Jones, Joel “The Kid Mero” Martinez, Chris Redd, Vladimir Caamaño, Jeremie Harris, Adam David Thompson, Judy Marte, Richard Bekins, and Zoe Saldaña.
Hubie Halloween: Adam Sandler stars as Hubie Dubois in this horror-comedy about a man whose annual duty is to make sure everyone has a safe Halloween in his hometown of Salem. This year is different, however. There’s an escaped criminal and a mysterious new neighbor to deal with and when people begin to go missing, it’s up to Hubie to save the day. Kevin James and Ray Liotta co-star.
The Haunting of Bly Manor: Mike Flanagan returns with his follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House, this time tackling the work of Henry James in an all new story set in 1980s England when an American au pair (Victoria Pedretti) is hired to care for two children at an isolated English estate.
A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting: High school freshman Kelly Ferguson (Tamara Smart) had no idea when she took what on the surface to be a standard babysitting gig caring for Jacob Zellman (Ian Ho) that she’d soon be inducted into a secret society pledged to protecting gifted children from monsters. Based on Joe Ballarini’s popular books, the film costars Tom Felton (the Harry Potter franchise) and Indya Moore (Pose) and is directed by Rachel Talalay (Freddy’s Dead)
Rebecca: This new adaptation of the classic story by Daphne Du Maurier stars Lily James as a new married woman who is whisked away by her husband (Armie Hammer) to Manderley, a sprawling estate still haunted the memory of the man’s first wife.
Cadaver: This Norwegian thriller takes place in the aftermath of a nuclear disaster. A starving family is invited along with the rest of their town to a hotel which is offering a full meal and a play as entertainment. Upon arriving, however, they discover that the entire hotel is the stage and they’re given masks to separate themselves from the actors. Soon the guests begin disappearing and the line between theater and reality becomes dangerously blurred.
His House: A refugee couple from South Sudan take up residence in an English village with a terrifying secret in this thriller from director Remi Weekes.
The Day of the Lord: Santiago Alvarado directs this film about a retired priest whose friend seeks him out for help claiming his daughter is possessed and begging the priest to perform an exorcism.