Best Halloween movies on Amazon Prime 2021 to watch now—prepare to be spooked!

Have a chilling night in with this killer lineup of Halloween movies on Amazon Prime

Best Halloween movies on Amazon Prime to watch this fall
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Keep the scares on-screen this fall with the best Halloween movies on Amazon Prime. From ghastly murderers to haunting houses, you'll want to fight to keep your eyes open with these spooky films.

If you've watched all of the best Halloween movies on Netflix and need to get your fix of scary movies, Amazon Prime has a lineup of new movies and classics to keep you busy. Before you check out the best Halloween movies on Hulu, you'll want to mark your calendar for all the new releases coming to Amazon Prime—they're sure to frighten to the max.

Check out our picks for the best Halloween movies on Amazon Prime now... 


Evil Eye

Introducing your boyfriend to your parents can be a nerve-wracking event. For one girl, her seemingly perfect romance takes a downturn after her mother disapproves of her boyfriend. That doesn't stop the couple from getting engaged though even as her mother tries desperately to convince her daughter that her boyfriend has a dark connection to her own past.

Bingo Hell

Prepare to laugh and scream in this comedy horror. A group of elderly residents in the barrio of Oak Springs refuses to allow gentrification to happen. The leader of their friend group, Lupita, helps keep everyone unified as a community. What they don't expect is their beloved bingo hall to be sold to a force more powerful than they expected.

I Know What You Did Last Summer

Tragedy reunites this group of four friends after they harbored a dark secret. When one of the friends, Julie, receives a letter telling her their crime was seen, the anonymous author wants revenge. Now, a crazed killer with a hooked hand is after them, but can they figure it out in time to save their lives?

The Voyeurs

A new couple moves into an apartment ready to start their lives together. From their window though, they have a direct view into their neighbor's home. Soon, the couple becomes obsessed with spying on their neighbors, but they'll discover their neighbor's seemingly wild lifestyle comes with disturbing consequences.

The Lie 

Watch how far two parents will go to protect their daughter in this thriller. When their teenage daughter confesses to killing her best friend, her parents do everything they can to cover up her tracks. What ensues is lying, and deception to the fullest extent. 

Black Box

Tragedy spurs one man to question his own identity. In this horror movie, a man loses his wife and memory in a car accident. In an effort to regain his memory, the man takes part in an agonizing experimental therapy that leaves him questioning who he truly is. 

Vivarium 

House hunting takes a horrifying turn for one young couple during this suspenseful thriller starring Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots. After touring the new homes of "Yonder" a couple decides it's not the perfect place for them. While driving to their next destination, they discover, to their horror that they can't leave. 

Midsommar 

A fabled midsummer festival attracts one couple to Sweden for a vacation with friends. What they don't expect is that the retreat is actually an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult.

Knives Out

Daniel Craig has a mystery on his hands in the star-studded film. Join Daniel as he solves the murder of a wealthy author who dies unexpectedly. Everyone in the family is a suspect as he tries to unweave the web of lies each member of the family has spun. The movie also stars Chris Evans, Toni Collette, and Jamie Lee Curtis.

Careful What You Wish For

Doug (played by Nick Jonas) plans on spending the summer with his parents at their lake house. Everything changes when a rich investment banker moves in with his young wife Lena Harper (played by Isabel Lucas). Doug is instantly drawn to Lena and the two begin an affair that has murderous consequences.

The Lighthouse

Two lighthouse keepers' sanity is tested when they become stranded on an isolated island in New England. When a hurricane hits, the two face the ultimate test as they fight for their survival and mental stability. Distrust and mystery face the characters as they navigate the mysterious island and all its secrets. The movie stars Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe.

Home Sweet Hell

Katherine Heigl stars as a murderous housewife who will do anything to preserve her marriage. When she finds out her husband is cheating on her, Katherine's character discovers she isn't above "killing the competition." Anyone who isn't a fan of frightening films may get a kick out of this dark comedy.

Secret Window

Johnny Depp stars as writer Mort Rainey in this American psychological horror-thriller film. As Mort goes through a divorce from his wife, he relocates to a remote cabin in upstate New York for solitude. There he comes face-to-face with a farmer who accuses him of plagiarizing his work. After he attempts to ignore the man, the farmer soon becomes more violent as he seeks retribution.

New Halloween movies coming to Amazon Prime 2021

Madres

It's the 1970's and a young Mexican-American couple decide to relocate to a migrant farming community in California. The couple makes preparations for their first child, but things are about to take a weird turn for them. When the pregnant wife begins experiencing terrifying visions and strange symptoms, she sets out to determine if it's the source of a legendary source or something more sinister. Follow the mystery and mark your calendar for October 8.

The Manor

After suffering a mild stroke, Judith Albright (played by Barbara Hershey) moves into a nursing home. The historic home doesn't just house its elderly residents though. The longer Judith remains the more convinced she becomes that something supernatural is trying to kill the residents...and she may be next.

The season of scares won't last forever, pretty soon the snow will be hitting the ground and it'll be time to watch the best Christmas movies on Hulu too!

Rylee Johnston
Rylee Johnston

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