Halloween movies for cord cutters
With the start of October, many Americans turn their attention to Halloween. If you are looking to get into the Halloween spirit, it may be that streaming a long list of horror movies will be just what you need. Maybe you’re into horror flicks no matter the month or season.
You’re in luck, cord cutter. Currently, there are a number of streaming services dedicated to horror movies. Here are a few of our favorites.
AMC has a horror streaming service you should definitely check out. With a collection of TV shows, as well as movies from classics to major blockbuster movies, Shudder has something for everyone.
Shudder offers a 7-day free trial and is ad-free with a monthly subscription. You can binge on thrillers and frights all month long, then cancel next month if you want.
In the mood for something truly terrifying? Check out SCREAMBOX, a service that says they offer “terrifying movies and horror of all kinds to keep you screaming nonstop.” With a long list of movies from around the world, SCREAMBOX is a great service for finding blood-curdling movies of terror.
SCREAMBOX is an Amazon Channels service available as an add-on to Amazon Prime. They offer a 7-day free trial.
If free movies are more your thing, and you own a Roku, check out Horror Hall. This free service says they offer thousands of horror movies; from zombies to evil clowns, they claim to have it.
You can add Horror Hall to your Roku here.
Looking for more of a monster theme to your Halloween movies? Well, Monsters and Nightmares is the service for you. According to the service, you can get “the creepiest, most terrifying horror films of the last decade.”
Monsters and Nightmares offers a 7-day free trial and is ad-free after subscriptions.
So, there you have our top four horror services that will be sure to keep you and yours streaming and screaming this Halloween season. The best part is knowing that those scary expensive cable bills won’t be creeping up behind you.