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The Five Best Horrors On Netflix For An Anti-Valentine’s Day Binge Spree

February 14th is fast approaching, meaning if you’re single, it’s time to jump back on the anti-Valentine’s train. What better way to celebrate anti-Valentine’s day then with a drink, some munchies and a good ol’ horror. Here’s the five best horrors you can find on Netflix for your celebratory anti-Valentine’s Day party of one.

#1 The Entire ‘Haunting Of Hill House’ Series

If you haven’t seen this incredible series, you’re in for a treat. Psychological horror meets classic horror when a family must deal with tragedy from their past and present. Haunting Of Hill House may be one of the most terrifying and beautiful works of horror yet, making it a perfect contender for the anti-Valentine celebrations. You might wanna bring a friend along to this one, just for support.

#2 The Taking Of Deborah Logan

This film will make you wanna stay away from your grandma for a little while. The Taking Of Deborah Logan is an easy, scary watch filled with plenty jumpy bits to keep you on your toes. It’s got a killer backstory and an unexpected elderly antagonist. It’s the perfect horror watch to get your anti-Valentine’s day celebrations started with a bang.

#3 Annihilation

Annihilation is horror-meets-sci fi. Think Stranger Things meets Avatar. Not only is it a solid horror, but it is met with incredibly beautiful visuals and great acting. Fantasy touches sci-fi horror for this incredible ‘unknown world’ horror that the trailer shows little about. Enter ‘The Shimmer’ for this mind-boggling trip of a film. Major contender for your binge fest.

#4 The Human Centipede

Everyone’s favourite vomit-inducer joins the list as probably the best anti-Valentine’s movie that ever existed. Though not a typical ‘horror’, The Human Centipede is bound to make you squirm and screech. Keep a bucket and a glass of water next to you for this sick, twisted, disgusting, incredible work of art. This one is not for the faint of heart.

#5 Gerald’s Game

Gerald’s Game is a disturbing Stephen King take on what happens when eroticism goes wrong. After being left handcuffed to a bed after her husband unexpectedly dies, Jessie attempts all she can to keep herself sane, even though she’s bombarded with voices and visions. Throw Valentine’s sex out the window with this flick and see the bad side of being handcuffed to a bed.

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