Grab your movie buddy! If you're a scary film connoisseur, we don't have to tell you that there are some horror movies on Netflix that you won't want to watch alone. There are endless options awaiting you, but some of them are much more terrifying than others.\nHorror movies come in all kinds of forms, from dark psychological thrillers and supernatural stories to films loaded with gore and violence to add some extra shock value.\nIf you're the kind of person who enjoys zombie apocalypses, dark dinner parties, and sadistic serial killers, then this is the list for you.\nLast Halloween, the streamer released a series of original horror films, many of which were a big hit with audiences, but they also have spooky options that date back decades.\nNo matter what your guilty pleasure is, you'll find something to stream—just make sure you've got company!\nThe Invitation\nRating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAfter accepting an invitation from his ex-wife, a man finds himself at a dinner party that quickly becomes an unsettling affair.\nGerald's Game\nRating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes\nOn a romantic weekend away, a couple hopes to rekindle the flame in their romance. Unfortunately, after a tragic accident, the wife's worst fears come true.\nJigsaw\nRating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes\nInvestigators are taken aback when a string of horrifying murders are linked to a serial killer who's been dead for years.\nBram Stoker's Dracula\nRating: 79% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAs Dracula heads out to London to find a woman who resembles his late wife, Dr. Van Helsing does some hunting of his own in hopes of taking down the vampire forever.\nHush\nRating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAfter retreating to the woods to live a life of solitude, a deaf writer finds herself fighting for her life when a masked killer breaks into her home.\nDawn of the Dead\nRating: 77% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAs a plague breaks out, America is suddenly overrun by a gang of flesh-eating zombies. Follow the survivors as they try to make it out of their shopping mall refuge alive.\nDon't Breathe\nRating: 78% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThree troublesome teens find themselves in a game of cat and mouse after trying to rob a blind and rich man.