The 20 best horror movies on Peacock
Discover the top 20 horror movies available on Peacock, including classics like “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” and unique gems like “You Won’t Be Alone.” From chilling Christmas tales to haunted houses, these films offer a diverse range of scares for all horror enthusiasts.
Peacock offers a selection of 20 top-notch horror movies.
“Better Watch Out” combines Christmas and horror in a unique way.
“Black Christmas” is a pioneering slasher with a feminist undertone.
“Braid” offers a hallucinatory trip without the drugs in a decaying mansion.
“The Changeling” is a classic haunted house film beloved by cinephiles.
“Day of the Dead” explores the zombie apocalypse in an underground bunker.
“The Endless” is a blend of sci-fi and horror with a focus on brotherly relationships.
“The Exorcist III” is a clever sequel with spine-tingling moments.
“Ginger Snaps” allegorizes female rage and puberty through lycanthropy.
“The House of the Devil” is a slow-burn haunted house tale with ’80s aesthetics.
“The Hunt” presents a cautionary tale about the American political divide.
“The Invitation” explores existential horror, grief, and mental health at a dinner party.
“The Love Witch” is a feminist horror-comedy with a retro aesthetic.
“Magic” stars Anthony Hopkins as a struggling magician with a sinister puppet.
“Nightbreed” is a campy fantasy horror exploring otherness and intolerance.
“Phantasm” delves into grief and loss through surreal and bizarre elements.
“Prom Night” features Jamie Lee Curtis as a prom queen haunted by tragedy.
“Sleepaway Camp” is a summer camp slasher with a twist ending.
“The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” is a cult classic that revolutionized the slasher genre.
“The Wailing” is a South Korean film with ghosts, demons, and possessions.
“You Won’t Be Alone” is a dark period piece with a shapeshifting witch in 19th-century Macedonia.
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