New Horror Coming to Netflix

By RodneyHatfieldJr for Movies

Netflix is doing a better job of beefing up its horror offerings. The streamer’s choices in horror movies range from campy slasher to psychological and everything in between. That includes a large host of original horror series. Netflix has a little something for everyone. I decided to list a few of the newer additions you can click on and watch. 

A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984

Wes Craven wrote and directed this film that would spawn the series of films to follow.

It’s Robert Englund’s Freddy. That’s all you need to know.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2010

The bastardization of the original from 1984. When you made Freddy a pedo, you took away all cool from the character. 

Any true fan of the franchise will always compare everything to the original, but this one is worth a watch if only to see how closely it follows the first film. The movie in and of itself isn’t bad, what they did to Freddy is.

Freddy vs. Jason

Freddy vs. Jason pits the villains from A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th horror franchises against one another. 

You don’t need to know about storyline. It is a monster mash of two of the most iconic villains of cinema in the last 40 years.

Texas Chainsaw 3D

This one is the 2nd or is it 3rd direct sequel to the 1974 original. It doesn’t matter, it is noncanan now anyway. 

If you have watched the newest direct sequel, then you will notice a few things they borrowed from this one. 

Blade Runner 2049

Young Blade Runner K's discovery of a long buried secret leads him to track down former Blade Runner Rick Deckard.

The Gift 

Simon and Robyn are a married couple who are reacquainted with a former classmate, Gordo. When he begins to visit the couple unannounced and showers them with mysterious gifts, things take a strange turn.

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