Rethink your summer trips with these Netflix screamers

The Cabin in the WoodsIt might not be that sunny today, but we are indeed officially now in ‘summer time’.

No doubt many of you will have trips planned to exotic locations. You’ll be looking for peace, tranquility and a change from the drudgery of modern living.

But before you pack your bags, be aware that all manner of horrors could (potentially) await you.

Here are a few films available right now on Netflix that might just make you want to re-think your holiday plans.

Cabin in the woods

Five friends arrive at a secluded cabin with clear rules for their retreat. But when protocol is broken, punishment is swift – and everyone will pay. 15 (available to download)

The Forest

A young woman conducts a search for her twin sister, who disappeared in a notorious area of Japan known as the Suicide Forest. – 15

The Descent

Six girlfriends on a spelunking trip become trapped under the earth, where they start to suffer from limited oxygen and delusions – or are they? – 18 (available to download)

Evil Dead

A group of friends discover an evil book and unwittingly release a swarm of bloodthirsty demons in this remake of Sam Raimi’s classic horror flick – 18 (available to download)

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You’re Next

A shy girl goes to her new boyfriend’s family reunion and must join their bloody fight for survival when a gang of masked hooligans invades the party – 18 (available to download)


A deaf writer who retreated into the woods to live a solitary life must fight for her life in silence when a masked killer appears in her window – 15

Silent Hill

When her adopted daughter goes missing after a car crash, Rose searches for her in Silent Hill, a ghost town haunted by nightmarish beings. – 15 (available to download)

All these titles are now available to watch on Netflix, sign up from £5.99 a month with one month free trial!


Tom Atkinson

Tom is one of the editors at Love Horror. He has been watching horror for a worryingly long time, starting on the Universal Monsters and progressing through the Carpenter classics. He has a soft-spot for eighties horror.More

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