Hulu is best known for its TV comedy offering but that doesn’t mean it’s lacking in pure terror. They have put a considerable amount of time and effort into assembling a line-up of horror films. By creating a horror specific subcategory they have made things quite simpler and easier for viewers.
So switch off your lights, grab a blanket and hold on your nearest loved one, we are going to introduce you with best 7 horror movies available to stream on Hulu.
Director: John Krasinski Writer: Scott beck and Bryan Woods Cast: John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Noah jupe, Millicent Simmonds, Leon Russom, Javier Botet, Cade Woodward.
Thanks to the excellent execution and killer premise “A quiet place” was one of 2018 best horror movie. This movie is a mixture of horror and science fiction. In this nail-biting creature feature, Emily Blunt is featuring alongside her husband John Krasinski.
The plot of this movie revolves around Abbot Family who are trying to survive in the silence…. living in a world where an apocalyptic alien has invaded. These creatures hunt by sound and even making a single noise can get you killed. With one of the simplest and most effective horror concept along with impressive directorial feet from Krasinski, the actor-director has done a wonderful job by bringing the best tales about the terror of parenting in recent time
If you are looking to spend quality time watching a super horror film, A quiet place can be the perfect choice for you. Boosted suspense, tension and thrill are enough to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Director: Alex Garland Writer: Alex Garland Cast: Tessa Thompson, Natalie Portman, Tuva Novotny, Oscar Issac, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Benedict Wong, Gine Rodriguez.
Annihilation is based on the first novel in Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern reach Trilogy starring Tessa Thompson, Natalie portman and other as a team of a scientific researcher exploring a forest that has been taken over by an alien presence called the Simmer. The shimmer has redefined the rule of nature. Animal and plants life has mutated inside.
Annihilation is a trippy, wondrous science fiction horror film that taps into the human drive toward self-destruction and transforms into a phantasmagorical nightmare. It gets weirder with every passing moment, and each new biological perversion is more terrifying than the next. As the viewer, you would not want to turn back from this insane, mind-boggling adventure.
Director: Brian Taylor Writer: Brian Taylor Cast: Selma Blair, Nicolas Cage, Anne Winters, Zackary Arthur, Lance Henricksen
2017’s "Mom and Dad" has about the most terrifying and simplest premises one can imagine. We all have seen multiple horror movies about evil kids on a verge to kill their parents, now we have the reverse. The plot revolves around a mysterious event in which parents turns murderous toward their children.
Nicolas cage has delivered a delightful performance with his supernatural abilities to contort his voice and face into different new shapes along with Selma Blair. So, If you are in a mood to watch a pitch-black comedy, you are probably going to love “Mom and Dad” very much.
Writer: Tyler Maclntyre & Chris Lee Hill Cast: Alexandra Shipp, Brianna Hildebrand, Kevin Durand, Jack Quaid, Craig Robinson
Tragedy Girls is unarguably even darker on the classic 1989 black high school Comedy Heathers. The Movie Stars Brianna Hildebrand and Alexandra Shipp as Mckayla and Sadie, respectively. They are best friend forever and are obsessed with murder and also hitting big on social media. A paired of bored high school best friend eventually managed to kidnap a local serial killer and start investigating a series of murders in their small town into a brush with social media stardom.
This dark-humoured horror is as gory as it is witty, enjoyable twist and drama are making “tragedy girl” treat to watch.
Director: Drew Goddard Writer: Drew Goddard & Joss Whedon Cast: Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Jesse Williams, Bradley Whitford, Fran Kranz and Richard Jenkins
The cabin in the wood is considered as one of the most inventive and entertaining horror film ever made, and rightly so. The movie is truly incredible, funny and genuinely scary. The Writer-director Drew Goddard has crafted a stereotypical story of a group of college kids, who go away for a weekend and stay at a remote cabin in the wood. There they are terrorized by supernatural forces. But there is much more than meet the eye here, the movie takes a turn and a smart one at that. There is not a group of cannibals or a psychopathic innkeeper but there exists an underground bunker from where this terror appears to be controlled.
This is fascinating, incredibly entertaining, and yet still creepy breakdown of horror tropes that every horror fan would love.