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If you are a fan of horror films in general, and paranormal and ghost stories in particular, then you already know how many great ghost and paranormal movies there are on Netflix. From films about exorcisms to movies about paranormal activity and haunted houses, if you’re looking for something truly scary, there are dozens of popular and lesser-known movies to choose from. How do you find the best paranormal movies on Netflix? Choosing a favorite from all of the ghost movies on Netflix is hard, but here’s a list of some recent entries in the genre to get you started.
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This list contains information on the best supernatural horror movies, ranked from best to worst by user votes. The best supernatural horror films come in many forms. Some good supernatural horror movies involve ghostly hauntings while other good supernatural horror movies are about demons and devils. Many of the best supernatural horror movies have produced sequels and spin-offs.
What films will you find on this top supernatural horror movies list? The Exorcist has to be near the top. This William Friedkin film finds two priests helping a mother to rid her daughter of a terrifying possession. Carrie is another great supernatural horror movie.
Other scary ghost horror films featured on this list include Poltergeist, Paranormal Activity, and The Conjuring.
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The scariest ghost movies, from The Haunting to The Conjuring, combine elements of mystery and supernatural horror to produce cocktails of pure terror. These are movies to watch at night while you’re tucked safely under the covers, next to your trusty baseball bat. The films below aren’t necessarily the best ghost movies of all time, but for sheer fright-value they can’t be beat.
Almost every haunted house movie seems to have a scene in which the evilness of the building is touted in dramatic tones, but rarely does the actual evil live up to the legend. The Shining has no such letdown. Its iconic imagery, courtesy of legendary director Stanley Kubrick, will give you nightmares for years.
Cheap and simple yet ingeniously executed (and marketed), The Blair Witch Project is a documentary-style first-person account of the search for a legendary spirit rumored to haunt a forest in rural Maryland. The mind-numbing scares come from the realism of the film, which features mostly improvised dialogue, natural lighting, shaky camerawork, and spooky ambient noise.