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Halloween Sale Discounts Great Horror Movies To $5

FandangoNow is celebrating the start of spooky season with a $5 Halloween sale on movies.

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To kick off the month of October and leadup to Halloween 2020, streaming service FandangoNow is offering a great deal on its huge collection of horror movies. Right now, you can own a bunch of great horror films in HD for just $5 each, including Hellraiser, Evil Dead, and more.

Standouts from the sale include Oculus from director Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House). The psychological horror film centers around an antique mirror that causes terrifying hallucinations. Another favorite: The Invitation, a thriller about a tense dinner party that takes a dark turn. The Visit is a particularly creepy film about two children sent to stay with their grandparents, who begin to act incredibly strange. I also recommend XX, an anthology of female-directed short horror films. Of course, you'll also find classics like Sam Raimi's Evil Dead and the chilling Hellraiser, so there's a lot to pick from in this sale, depending on what type of horror you're into.

FandangoNow $5 Halloween sale

If you're looking for horror movies to stream this month, catch up on the best new horror movies you can watch exclusively on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and more. For something particularly intense, see our recs for 30 horror movies so disgusting and twisted you'll never unsee them, and check out the 11 horror movies that had the best gimmicks. Between all the streaming services out there, there's plenty to keep yourself entertained (and on edge) all month long.

If you've exhausted the options on mainstream services like Netflix, consider trying out Shudder, a horror streaming service that just passed the million subscriber mark this year. Shudder offers great original films like Host, a "pandemic thriller" made over Zoom during COVID-19, and TV shows like Creepshow, so you'll find a bunch of new content to fuel your October horror binge.

What horror movies (or horror games) will you be checking out this month? Let us know in the comments below.

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