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    Scary Movies on Netflix?


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      What are some frightening movies on Netflix to watch?

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      Two suggestions out of hundreds...

      Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein is a great B/W classic available on netflix. While Abbott & Costello are their usual clownish self's, the monsters (Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, and Count Dracula) are for the most part deadly serious.

      Netflix also has seasons 1 & 2 of The Walking Dead if you prefer a more modern genre of horror.
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      There's a few channels available on ROKU that have some horror flicks.

      Here's a few of them:
      catastrophegirl's roku channel list: horror

     

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