We are just a little over a week away from Halloween, which means there is still plenty of time for some spooky binge watching. Halloween streaming is ready to provide the jumps and thrills you are searching for with classics like Rosemary’s Baby to more current films such as Netflix original, Rattlesnake, debuting October 25. Great Plains Communications has highlighted a few we are excited for below, along with their trailers.
When a young boy has a serious auto-immune disorder, his parents turn to a unique type of treatment in a sterile manor. But when the boy starts experiencing strange visions, the sinister truth of it all starts to come to light.
The Witch (2016)
Set in 1630, this “New England folktale” follows the unraveling of a devout Christian family after their newborn son is supposedly stolen by the witch haunting the woods next to their homestead.
Rattlesnake (October 25, 2019)
After her daughter is bitten by a rattlesnake, a mother turns to a stranger for help – unknowing the price. After finding her daughter is completely healed from the deadly bite, the mother is told she must now take a life before sunset or her daughter’s life will fall to the hands of this mysterious being.
It Comes at Night (2017)
In a desolate house in the woods, two families are forced to live in fear of an unnatural monster that soon they realize might be closer than beyond the red door.
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
When Rosemary Woodhouse becomes pregnant, it quickly becomes obvious to her that something is not right with the pregnancy. She believes she is pregnant with the devil’s baby and starts to question everyone in her life.
Sleepy Hollow (2009)
Ichabod Crane is sent to help the people of Sleepy Hollow by investigating the mysterious decapitations of three people. While the towns people warn him of the suggested culprit, The Headless Horseman, Crane is skeptical and endures a rather gory journey to the truth.
The Babadook (2014)
What starts as a spooky story book frightening young Samuel, quickly manifests into a darkness single mother, Amelia can’t seem to save her family from.
The Birds (1963)
It all starts with a flirtation joke and two love birds from a pet store and ends in an entire town being terrorized by birds.
One bartending shift and one bar fight quickly turn into something much more sinister following Will home through a cell phone seemingly forgotten by a group of college students. Are the gruesome pictures and texts a prank or is there more to it and what does it mean for Will and the ones he cares about?
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