5 best horror comedies to watch on Netflix for Halloween 2020


5 horror comedies to watch on Netflix for Halloween 2020

The Halloween season is upon us, which means it’s time to get that Halloween must watch list in order. Netflix offers a bunch of new Halloween movies and shows this year.

This list will consist of those great horror-comedies that give you a fright but also a good laugh.

1. Vampires vs The Bronx 

Currently hovering around the Netflix Top 10 list, Vampires vs. The Bronx is a teen horror-comedy that follows three teens and their quest to protect their community from vampires invading their neighborhood.

Lil Mayor (Jaden Michael) sets out to save local businesses in his community with his friends. They uncover a supernatural force trying to take over the neighborhood.

The Netflix movie was released on Netflix on Oct. 2, and the reviews are positive.

This film is a lighter horror choice if you want to watch it with a teenage group or people who prefer less gore.

2. A Haunted House

This horror-comedy leans heavily on the comedy. A Haunted House is a found-footage parody film.

This film is written and produced by Marlon Wayans and Rick Alvarez. Wayans also stars in the movie, along with Essence Atkins, Cedric the Entertainer, Nick Swardson, David Koechner and Dave Sheridan.

The storyline follows a young couple who move into a new home only to find that an evil spirit resides there as well.

This film didn’t get the most incredible reviews, but fans of Wayans comedy style will love it.  And, it was popular enough to create a sequel one year later.

3. Ash vs Evil Dead

This series is recommended for fans of the original Evil Dead franchise. Ash vs. Evil Dead finds our hero Ash (Bruce Campbell) thirty years after Army of Darkness.

The series is set 30 years after the original movies and we find Ash working at a “Value Stop” as a stock boy. His co-workers, Pablo (Ray Santiago) and Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo), join him on his quest to save humanity.

The series also stars Lucy Lawless, Samara Weaving, Lee Majors, Jill Marie Jones and Ted Raimi, Sam Raimi’s brother who also had cameos and fill in part in the films.

If you are a fan of Evil Dead, be sure to check this series out.

4. The Babysitter & The Babysitter: Killer Queen

The Babysitter movie and its sequel, Killer Queen, are both available on Netflix. These two teen horror comedies are heavy on the gore.

Samara Weaving plays Bee, the babysitter of Cole, played by Judah Lewis, in the first movie. Cole has a crush on his babysitter, and one night, he discovers a secret he never knew about her and her group of friends.

In the second movie, we find Judah two years older but with significant trauma from his experiences in the first movie. He tries to act like a norman teen, but things happen, and he is haunted by the return of some unwanted people from his past.

Both films are great and worth the watch.

5. He Never Died

This one is a dark comedy starring Henry Rollins. He Never Died follows an immortal who is also a cannibal with a mysterious past.

Rollins stars as Jack, a recluse is trying to avoid society so that he can keep his cannibalistic tendencies at bay. Jack doesn’t stray from his routine of eating bland foods at the local diner, bingo games and his visits to the hospital where he purchases donated blood from Jeremy (Booboo Stewart).

Then he is tasked with the hunt for his estranged daughter Andrea (Jordan Todosey.)This brings him out into society to fight local mobsters. This leads to Jack letting his natural tendency for rage and cannibalism to take over and he goes on a rampage.

Which horror comedies will you be watching on Netflix for Halloween?

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