Not everyone likes the thrill of horror movies and that's completely understandable. However, psychologists claim that genre films not only allow viewers to approach fear, but also develop a sense of control over the unpleasant sensations that all these fears bring with them. Some psychologists even agree that films and their characters can serve as escape valves to relieve the fears and tensions of daily life. So, why not do yourself a favor and rummage through our top picks of the best horror movies currently available on Netflix.
What is it about? Run with a lot of money, hoping to start a new life. Unfortunately, she stops at the Bates Motel and meets Norman Bates, a man with more than one strange secret.
Who is behind it? Hitchcock forged career bests by Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh. [1
For fans of: The Shining, Secret Window, Pet
The Thing (1982)
What is it about? John Carpenter's first entry in the "Apocalypse Trilogy" (followed by Prince of Darkness) in 1987 and shadowed in The Mouth of Madness in 1994) a group of cabinfoot scientists in the Antarctic a parasitic alien that assimilates and imitates its victims. Of course, paranoia and distrust set in, long before frostbites even get a chance.
Who is in it? Kurt Russell leads the team of American researchers in the lead role of MacReady, previously rejected by Nick Nolte and Jeff Bridges. The script was originally written for Harrison Ford and Clint Eastwood.
Why It Worth a Watch: Whether it's you, with its paranoia, claustrophobic setting, Ennio Morricone's brutal score, or Rob Bottin's (and uncredited Stan Winston's) rousing practical creature effects, The only intent of The Thing is to get under the skin in as many disturbing ways as possible. Not surprisingly, this is Carpenter's personal favorite of all his films.
For fans of: The Invasion of the Bodycatcher, They Live, The Faculty
What is it about? "Terror has just begun!" Based on the novel "The Space Vampires" by Colin Wilson, American and British astronauts encounter a joint mission to study Halley's comet A 150-mile alien ship populated by several seemingly human bodies. These humanoids turn out to be energy vampires who take their lives from their victims in ways that Colin Robinson did not even begin to understand.
Who is there? Steve Railsback, Peter Firth, Frank Finlay and Mathilda May as Space Girl. The icing on the cake, however, is Sir Patrick Stewart, who shares his very first on-screen kiss with Steve Railsback.
Why It's Worth a Watch: This highly underrated classic is best served with a large portion of salt, but your popcorn works great as an impressively staged dose of cheesy sci-fi fun. And for this author, it is probably one of the best titles of Tobe Hooper.
For fans of: The Thing, Invasion of the Body Snatchers
From Beyond (1986))
What is it about? A group of scientists has developed a "resonator" that allows humans to tap into another dimension in which Lovecraft creatures live. Of course, the experiment goes awry leaving only one scientist alive – and marginally crazy. Challenge a psychiatrist and police officer to find out what happened when the scientists immersed themselves in this alternate Goopy-style universe.
Who is in it? Stuart Gordon meets again with Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton.
Why It Worth a Watch: From Beyond comes from the collective that brought you Re-Animator and although it never quite reaches the same height, it is nevertheless a worthy one Successor and definitely worth your time, especially if you love your horror with an extra dose of ectoplasm.
For fans of: Re-Animator, Society, Videodrome
What is it about? A snowstorm sends a romantic author car off the road. Luckily, a nurse – who happens to be his biggest fan – manages to pull him out of the rubble. But she is not so happy, and she will stop at nothing to cure his bad case of writer's block.
Who is in it? Stellar performances by James Caan and Kathy Bates – the latter were taken home an Oscar.
Why It's Worth a Watch: Stephen King himself has often described it as one of the best films in his books. The cast of Kathy Bates as Annie was certainly a key factor in the movie's success, but William Goldman also has a commendation for writing a screenplay that, despite much of the film that takes place in Annie's guest room, never let up.
] For fans of: Funny Games, The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Hard Candy
What is it about? Seven Strangers Wake up and find yourself forced to master a variety of perverse challenges in clinically disruptive boundaries, without a stress-relieving sense of place. With their environment evoking such a sense of urgency of flight, they must use their mind and deductive thinking skills to find it out alive.
Who is there? Nicole de Boer, Nicky Guadagni, David Hewlett, Andrew Miller, Julian Richings, Wayne Robson and Maurice Dean Wint play the seven guinea pigs.
Why It Worth a Watch: Vicenzo Natali's provocative claustrophobic film has really sparked the gaming horror renaissance. This articulated and visionary film, which has gained a huge following due to its surreal atmosphere and the Kafkaesque backdrop, raises the question, "What would happen if we woke up in a huge Rubik's cube?"
For fans of: Saw, Cabin In The Woods, Circle
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
What is it about? Just for your average weekend! Armed with cricket bats, shovels, and an album collection, underachiever Shaun and his best friend Ed try to get Shaun's girlfriend Liz and his mother into the safety of their local potions as the dead rise from their sleep in north London.
Who's in it? Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Lead a Killer Cast
Why It's Worth a Watch: It's no easy task to combine comedy and horror in a neat little package, but Edgar Wright offers a harsh homage and self-conscious parody without ever getting into parody areas. It is a master class in horror comedy homage that was so impressive of the zombie King George A. Romero that he called on Pegg and Wright to act as zombies in his own Land of the Dead .
For fans of: Any zombie movie you can imagine and Tucker and Dale against evil
Wolf Creek (2005)
What is it about? Greg McLean was easily inspired by the murders of Australian serial killer Ivan Milat's reality in the 1990s, and introduced himself to the crabby, clever and murderous psycho Mick Taylor, who devastates "miserable, bloody tourists" in the Outback.
Who is in it? John Jarratt, a mercury horror icon.
Why It Worth a Watch: Since the release of this first movie, Mick Taylor has become something of a horror totem. In the first part, he frightened us and then proved to the audience in Wolf Creek 2 as well as in the subsequent first two seasons of the successful spin-off series that he had no intention of following in the footsteps of Chucky and Freddy , Instead, Mick was just as disturbing and menacing, but with an increasingly sickly sense of humor and a keener mind than his machete.
For fans of: Wrong Turn, Killing Ground, Hounds of Love 
What is it about? Following the total birth of their third child, Kate and John decide to adopt the Russian orphan Esther to regain their lives on the track. Unfortunately, Esther hides a dark and manipulative personality that adds to the deep sores of the family salty bags until Kate discovers the secret that hides the new family member.
Who is in it? The Summon – s Vera Farmiga, Peter Sarsgaard and Isabelle Fuhrnman, who as Esther deliver a glorious picking performance.
Why it's Worth a Watch: Jaume Collet-Serra is here at the top of his game, using goofproof horror techniques to knock The Tension. Collet-Serra's sound direction, Fuhrman's delightful twist and a stunning final-coil curveball make this movie the most unconventional "Killer Kid" movie of recent years.
For fans of: The Omen, Joshua, The Good Son
What is it about? The POV-style movie really puts us in the position of owner of a mannequin refurbishment business in Los Angeles, who develops a lust for blood when obsessed by a young artist who turns to him for help with her to receive the latest exhibition.
Who is there? Elijah Wood, as you have never seen him – "The Last True Romanticism" – even though we only see him in mirror images.
Why It's Worth a Watch: With its unique style, a career redefinition of Elijah Wood and a mind-blowing level of violence, this is not just one of the better remakes of recent years, but also one of t's finest horror movies he decade.
For fans of: Tony, The Last Horror Movie, American Psycho
The Similars (2015)
What is it about? It's an outrageous story about a small group of characters (male and female) trapped in a bus stop that look a lot like the hipster-bearded member of the group, and it does not take long for us to have a chuck Norris Convention situation in our hands.
Who is in it? Luis Alberti, Carmen Beato, Fernando Becerril.
Why It's Worth a Watch: Isaac Ezbans psychotropic science-fiction movie is bizarre plot All kinds of proverbial fun in the golden era of the greats. The movie is fearlessly imitative, but the real appeal of the film is the predicament of the characters, serving as a powerful allegory of society's loss of identity and the important role the apparition plays in shaping our singularities.  For fans of: Pretty random episode of The Twilight Zone.
The Invitation (2015)
What is it about? Will and his girlfriend were invited to a dinner by Will's ex-wife Eden, whom he has not seen for over two years. Despite initial reservations he participates, but after a few drinks and jokes, he soon realizes that Eden has invited her with a sombre ulterior motive.
Who is there? Logan Marshall-Green ( Upgrade ) plays the tormented will.
Why It Worth a Watch: Karyn Kusama's paranoid thriller is guaranteed to keep you guessing. The atmospheric Slow Burn setup focuses on the interactions between the characters, so you can see who you can really trust when things go south.
For fans of: Mistakes, Coherence, Honeymoon
He never died (2015)
What is it about? Jack is a hermit who only wants to be left alone so he can stay in bed and watch TV. The reason for this is that his gift of eternal life is not all that matters, and that he is much more interested in devouring people than in connecting with them. To make matters worse, his daughter knocks on his door out of the blue, making the fight to curb his cannibalism harder than ever.
Who is in it? Henry Rollins chews – in the truest sense of the word – on the backdrop with enthusiasm as cheeky and strict misanthropy, Jack.
Why it's Worth a Watch: As much as I love what we do in the shadows he never died has the horror comedy bar for the sink even further raised and successful the rage through the fingers mixed with the most insane comedy. It's an inspired, cruel, violently funny and sometimes really touching version of the subgenre.
For fans of: Ravenous (1999), What we do in the shadows, they call me Jeeg Robot
The Wailing (2016)
What fine? When a mysterious disease in a remote Korean village causes a repulsive rash and all kinds of psychotic behavior, a police officer resorts to the help of a powerful shaman to solve the case when his own daughter becomes infected.
Who is in it? The movie stars Do Won Kwak as Sargeant Jong-Goo, whose immaculate descent into the dark deserves an Oscar has my eyes.
Why it's Worth a Watch: Na Hong-jin combines most of the elements of his fantastic predecessor tour The Chaser with a dark and visceral Friedkin-like narrative ultimate supernatural whodunnit, throw everything except the kitchen sink on us to throw you away from the smell of whoever or whatever is to blame.
For fans of: The snake and the rainbow, I saw the devil, here comes the devil
What is it about ? Based on recent police reports from a case in Madrid in 1992, a young girl named Veronica tries to contact her deceased father with an Ouija board. Things are not going according to plan as Veronica and two school friends forget to follow the rules. And we all know that you ALWAYS have to end your Ouija sessions by saying goodbye.
Who is there? Sandra Escacena in a breakthrough role as Titular Veronica.
Why It Worth a Watch: This is another case of true story horror movies really doing their job. Paco Plaza already proved to be a horror film in the Saga [REC] created by Jaume Balaguero, surpassing even the finest supernatural shockers of James Wan. Not surprisingly, the movie Plaza earned a Goya nomination for Best Director.
For fans of: The Conjuring 2, Terrified, The Exorcist
Ravenous (Les affamés) (2017)
What is it about? Things have changed in a village. Some of the people – aptly called "The Ravenous" – are no longer the ones they were and are now attacking everything that moves. In the midst of chaos, a group of survivors make their way into the forest to look for others who have not "turned around" yet.
Who is in it? Marc-André Grondin, Monia Chokri and Charlotte St-Martin.  Why It's Worth a Watch: Writer and director Robin Aubert blends things cleverly by skipping the usual zombie-infesting and immersing us in the Apocalypse in a unique twist: "The Ravenous" seems more Livelier than they would have us believe, except for a bizarre, complicated collective project in the open field in the middle of the forest.
For fans of: Next movie on this list …
The Cured (2017)
What is it about? In a world plagued by a zombie virus, a cure is finally found and the process of reintegrating the "former" has begun. Affected "Back to Society" begins.
Who is in it? Ellen Page, Sam Keeley and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor
Why It Worth a Watch: While there were a few rumors flying around late about a possible third entry in the 28 days / weeks later Saga, first-ti I'm filmmaker, David Freynes The Cured plays almost like it's the third part everyone wants to see. It breathes new life into the decaying cliché-infused zombie genre with its eye-opening realism and uses the "healed" zombies as a metaphor to explore issues such as guilt and forgiveness.
For fans of: 28 days later 28 weeks later and the aforementioned voracious
What is it about? Two lifelong friends go to a remote village in the Scottish Highlands for a hunting trip, only to ruthlessly test their morale, when an accident leads them, after a night of debauchery, into a rabbit hole full of lies, paranoia and revenge.
Who is there? Jack Lowden and Martin McCann with a menacingly intimidating turn by Tony Curran.
Why It's Worth a Watch: The premise of Matt Palmer's feature film debut may not be new, but it navigates amazingly well through its leaked territory, deep in the relationships between old friends and new acquaintances in the scenic and yet depressing village dips frame. And despite some horrible graphic moments in which the film performs best in its moments of tense verbal confrontation between the "heroes" and the villains of the film. Not surprisingly, the film won the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
For fans of: Shallow Grave, The Hunt, The Backwoods
The Ritual (2018)
What is it about? After losing their best friend because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time, four 30-year-olds set off on a hiking holiday in Scandinavia Wilderness to clear their minds … and conscience. Once they arrive deep in the black Nordic Woodlands, they encounter a vicious deity that forces them all to face the demons that each of them harbors.
Who is in it? Jacob James Beswick, Robert James Collier, Arsher Ali, Sam Troughton, and Rafe Spall
Why It's Worth a Watch: Entering the seasoned Blair Witch formula tomcat Facelifting – Without Comedy – The Ritual is a hugely effective stunner that exploits the cowardice and bad decisions of middle-aged people and the Scandinavian environment to create a sense of unavoidable anxiety. Director David Bruckner uses a less-is-more approach once the creature is framed, but the effects we see are unlike anything you've seen before.
For fans of: IT, Midsommar, The Hallow, Black Mountain Side
The Perfection (2019)
What is it about? Charlotte, a former prodigy who gave it all up to look after her sick mother, is looking for her mentor, hoping to arrive where she left off. She crosses the path with another talented student, with whom she makes a strong bond that leads her through a dark, spiteful spiral into madness and chaos.
Who is in it? Alison Williams and Logan Browning, both showing powerful performances.
Why It's Worth a Watch: This film could not be more poignant and relevant in trying to focus on our obsession, being perfect, and giving in to both internal and external pressures. Helmer Richard Shepard does everything with endless twists and turns that you guess to the end and do not even feel like red herrings that just crept in because of that.
For fans of: Carrie, Suspiria, Revenge