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Best new Halloween horror films on Netflix this October

It's not just the weather that's giving us the chills

Hankering for Halloween? Well, you're in luck, here's your round-up of the best horror films on Netflix this month in the lead-up to the scariest day of the year. 

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Swat up on this lot and plan the ultimate night in or out for October 31.

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The Guilty

All the action in The Guilty takes place during one morning in a 911 call centre. The stakes are raised when Jake Gyllenhaal's character, a 911 operator, takes a particularly stressful call from a female kidnap victim. 

From October 1

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Night Teeth

Night Teeth follows a young student who has a part-time driving job while at college. He picks up two female passengers, one played by Megan Fox, for what he believes is an average job taking them on a night out partying. But the duo has a secret that puts his life on the line.

From October 20

Till Death

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Megan Fox is back again in Till Death. She plays Emma, who's stuck in a dead-end ten-year marriage - until her husband surprises her with a weekend getaway from their monotonous life. However, things don’t go to plan when Emma wakes up handcuffed to her dead husband. Now she’s stuck in the middle of nowhere in the freezing cold, with a load of killers on her back.

From October 1

There’s Someone Inside Your House

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There’s a masked killer targeting students in a small town in Nebraska, but the menace must get past Makani first, a pupil who’s enlisted herself and her friends to help extinguish the threat. The story’s based on the bestselling book of the same name, by US author Stephanie Perkins. 

From October 6

The Trip

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo's Noomi Rapace stars in this horror movie about a couple who go on holiday to a lakeside cabin to try to patch up their relationship. However, in a bizarre twist, they also plan on killing one another. Before they can carry out their crimes though, surprise guests provide a whole new level of threat.

From October 15

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