Halloween is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the spooky season than scary films? Fortunately, Netflix has stocked up on horror flicks this month. Here are 21 spine-chilling options … Squid Game: 10 things we bet you missed amid the hype Army of the Dead Zack Snyder’s first zombie movie since his 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead is an impressive gorefest with Dave Bautista as the leader of a group of mercenaries out to pull a heist on the Vegas strip. Army of Thieves (October 29) By the end of the month, you can double-feature Dead with this prequel that follows safe-cracker Ludwig Dieter (Matthias Schweighöfer) on one of his first jobs. And the zombie apocalypse is just beginning. The Bad Batch This twister dystopian thriller follows Arlen (Suki Waterhouse) who has been thrown out on a plot of barren land in Texas where the unwanted live. She must learn how to survive among cannibals (led by Jason Momoa) and a lunatic leader (Keanu Reeves). The Beguiled Sofia Coppola’s take on the 1966 novel about a wounded Civil War soldier who is taken in by an all-girls school in Virginia (it was made into a movie in 1971 starring Clint Eastwood) is a fun gothic thriller that shows off the talents of Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning. Bird Box This twisted tale that follows a woman (Sandra Bullock) who tries to save herself and her children from a spirit that causes you to kill yourself when you see it is one of the more disturbing films you’ll find on Netflix. Reel lives: 11 actors who won Oscars for playing historical figures The Conjuring Revisit the James Wan-directed movie that launched a horror franchise as we are introduced to the paranormal cases of Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine (Verna Farmiga) Warren. And if you can’t get enough, The Conjuring 2 is also available. Creep Mark Duplass is perfectly evil as a guy with a brain tumor who hires a videographer to record a message for his unborn child. It gets really weird from there. If you’re not creeped out enough by this “found footage” movie, try out the sequel too. Fatal Affair Nia Long and Omar Epps are fantastic in this cheesy thriller where they play old university friends who have a chance encounter years later that leads to Epps’ character beginning to stalk her – with deadly results. Green Inferno Eli Roth’s homage to the Italian horror classic Cannibal Holocaust is as twisted as you can imagine. The Guest Long before Adam Wingard made Godzilla vs. Kong , he made this fantastic thriller starring Dan Stevens as a US soldier who unexpectedly shows up at the house of another soldier who died in combat, who he claims was his friend. Things begin to get suspicious when deaths occur in town following his arrival. What to watch on Netflix in October – from a new K-drama to Diana: The Musical His House This underrated thriller follows a couple who flee war-torn South Sudan to find themselves struggling to adjust to a new life in England. On top of that, they end up convinced that their house is haunted. Hubie Halloween If you’re looking for a few laughs but with that Halloween feel, you can’t go wrong with this Adam Sandler movie, in which he plays the lovable Hubie, a guy who only wants everyone to survive Halloween night. I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood are fantastic in this super dark comedy about a woman (Lynsky) who suddenly finds purpose in her life after she is robbed: to track down the people behind it. It Comes at Night This one might hit home a little more these days. Joel Edgerton plays the father of a family who are living in the woods secluded from everyone after a contagious disease spreads across the world. But things get complicated when a young couple (Christopher Abbott and Riley Keough) come to his door asking for help. Jaws: The Revenge Yes, the first Jaws is a classic and you definitely need to watch it, but for this month try the final movie in the franchise. It follows the widow of Chief Brody who is convinced a great white is seeking revenge on her family. After getting all the B-movie gore out of this one, dive into the rest of the franchise, as all the other Jaws films are available on Netflix. Meet Jung Ho-yeon, the breakout star of Netflix’s Squid Game Raw Before director Julia Ducournau went and made the acclaimed Titane , she made this fantastic horror that follows a young vegetarian who tastes meat for the first time while attending veterinary school – and develops an unsafe craving for it. Shutter Island Martin Scorsese gets super twisted in this thriller starring Leonardo DiCaprio as a US Marshall investigating a missing person at a psychiatric ward. Nothing is what it seems in this movie. Under the Shadow This fantastic thriller follows a mother and daughter who battle an evil spirit in their building in 1980s Tehran right when the city is a war zone. Vampires vs. the Bronx This great comedic horror follows a group of teens who have to protect their neighbourhood in the Bronx when a group of vampires show up. Velvet Buzzsaw If you’re in the mood for a little satire with your horror check out Dan Gilroy’s ( Nightcrawler ) twisted look at the art world. We can’t get enough of Jake Gyllenhaal’s scenery-chewing role as an art critic. Winchester Helen Mirren is fantastic in this thriller as Sarah Winchester, the widow of the famed gun manufacturer, who is haunted by spirits in her mansion. This article originally appeared on Insider Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .