There's Something in the Barn & more great horror to watch on Netflix this week Mar. 25

Check out these great horror titles on Netflix this week.

THERE'S SOMETHING IN THE BARN – Official Trailer (HD) / Sony Pictures Entertainment

Netflix is the home for amazing new releases, unique originals, and more. March is quickly passing, but there are still some great new titles to finish out the month, including the newly released comedy horror, There's Something in the Barn. And don't miss everything new coming in April.

There's Something in the Barn (2023)

WARNING: This is a trailer which reveals key moments about the movie, you may want to skip it.

The newest Norwegian horror comedy, There's Something in the Barn, is currently No. 8 on Netflix's top movies this week. The story follows an American family who fulfill the father's dream to return to his ancestral home of Norway to occupy a house they inherited. Little did they know the barn was inhabited by small but ferocious beings that wreak havoc on their Christmas festivities. Starring
Martin Starr, Amrita Acharia, and Kiran Shah.

Fear (1996)

The psychological thriller Fear, released in 1996, stars Mark Wahlberg, Reese Witherspoon, William Petersen, Alyssa Milano, and Amy Brenneman. This film follows a high school girl who begins dating an old guy who isn't what he seems. Set in Seattle, Nicole (Witherspoon) is blinded by David's (Wahlberg) good looks and charm, but her father (Petersen) sees right through him. David sees Nicole as a possession whose violent sociopathic ways are revealed, threatening the whole family.

The Wolfman (2010)

The gory horror The Wolfman will be leaving Netflix on March 31, so if you enjoy monster movies, be sure to check this one out. Starring Benicio Del Toro as Lawrence Talbot / The Wolfman, this movie is a remake of the 1941 film The Wolf Man. The story is set in 1891 when an actor living in America moves back to his ancestral home in England after his brother is brutally murdered. While there, Lawrence is bitten by a werewolf, which curses him to become one himself. The movie also stars Emily Blunt, Anthony Hopkins, and Hugo Weaving.

30 Days of Night (2007)

The 2007 horror 30 Days of Night is based on the same-titled comic series set in an Alaskan town overrun by vampires during a 30-day-long polar night. Starring Josh Hartnett, Melissa George, Danny Huston, Ben Foster, and Mark Boone Junior. Most residents of Barrow head south during the monthlong twilight, but this time, the ones who remain soon regret their decision when bloodthirsty vampires arrive to feed on those who remain.

John Carpenter's Vampires (1998)

The neo-western horror directed and scored by John Carpenter, Vampires, was originally released in 1998. Jack Crow (James Woods) is a man who, after the death of his parents by vampires, leads a battle-hardened group of vampire hunters in the New Mexico desert. With his crew and the backing of the Catholic Church, Crow is a force against the undead bloodsuckers. That is until he comes against a vampire kingpin, Jan Valek (Thomas Ian Griffin), who possesses incredible powers. The movie also stars Daniel Baldwin, Sheryl Lee, Maximilian Schell, and Tim Guinee.

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