If there is anyone that can give some serious competition to Ryan Murphy it is probably, horror master, Mike Flanagan. Mike Flanagan offered gems from The Midnight Club to Midnight Mass.
If you want to do binge on the director’s films and shows on Netflix, here is a comprehensive guide.
The Haunting of The Hill House
The series follows a bunch of siblings who are forced to confront the horrors of their old home and buried memories to solve the death of their mother. It’s extremely creepy, and maybe that’s what you are looking for.
Midnight Mass follows a new charismatic priest who brings with him mysterious omens as well as miracles to an isolated community. It’s a slow burn. If you want your horror tied to religion this is the show for you.
In a mysterious manor, eight members of the Midnight Club meet each other at midnight to share horror stories. Of course, things start getting real for them. Only proceed if you love jump scares.
The Haunting of Bly Manor
Bly Manor is way more terrifying than Hill House due to the motives of the ghosts. A young governess arrives at Bly Manor to take care of a niece and a nephew but the sightings in the house terrify her.
Gerald’s Game is more unsettling than terrifying. When a couple moves to a remote area to try to act out some foreplay, the wife accidentally ends up killing the husband.
The entire movie is set in one place and if that’s your niche, you are welcome to try this one out. A deaf writer relocates to a house in the woods to write in peace. However, when a masked killer shows up, she has to fight to survive.
Ouija: Origin of Evil
A second entry to 2014’s Ouija, Ouija: Origin of Evil is full of scary and unnerving scenes. A widow and her two daughters use the Ouija board to help others with their lives. During such interaction, an evil spirit possesses the youngest daughter, Doris without the notice of the mother.
All of these films are available on Netflix. So how will you rank them? Let us know in the comments.