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8 Netflix Original Horror Movies Filmed In Canada

There's one movie that will give you a laugh instead of a scare.
Netflix Canada Halloween Movies & Shows Filmed Here You Should Watch Before October Ends

There are a bunch of Netflix Canada Horror movies and shows that were filmed here in the True North that you should watch now. 

The streaming service has a bunch of originals horrow movies to delight in now and as a bonus, they were filmed in Canada.

Here are eight shows and movies you can enjoy while lounging on the couch. Are you brave enough to watch in the dark?

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The Haunting of Bly Manor

Rating: TV-MA

Why You Need To Watch It: This comes from the creator of The Haunting of Hill House and is just as haunting because dead doesn't mean gone at Bly Manor. It was filmed in Burnaby and Vancouver.

Black Summer

Rating: TV-MA

Why You Need To Watch It: You can't go wrong with zombies in October and this series is set during a zombie apocalypse. Plus, it was filmed all over Alberta, in Calgary, Cochrane, Irricana and Beiseker.

I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

Rating: TV-14

Why You Need To Watch It: If you can't visit an actual haunted house this year, watching this just might be the next best thing. This film was shot in Ottawa.

Jusqu’au déclin (The Decline)

Rating: TV-MA

Why You Need To Watch It: There's a chilling showdown in this movie after a deadly accident happens at a remote survivalist training camp in a post-apocalyptic world. This French-language film was shot in Matawinie, Quebec.

Locke & Key

Rating: TV-14

Why You Need To Watch It: This series is spooky and supernatural which is a great combination if you're looking to be on the edge of your seat. It was filmed in Toronto and Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

In the Tall Grass

Rating: TV-MA

Why You Need To Watch It: To see what happens after a pair of siblings go into a field of tall grass to rescue a boy but can't escape. Filming took place in Stratford and Elmira, Ontario.

Death Note

Rating: TV-MA

Why You Need To Watch It: There is death, a demon and lots of suspense in this movie. Plus, it was filmed in Vancouver which is another reason to watch!

Slasher

Rating: TV-MA

Why You Need To Watch It: This show has all the vibes of classic horror films but there are multiple seasons to be scared by. Also, it was filmed in Sudbury and Parry Sound, Ontario.

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