In autumn we want one thing above all: to be scared. But horror films are always over so quickly. That’s why we love horror series – whether on Netflix, Amazon or Disney+, the main thing is that it’s dark, exciting and entertaining. This can be zombie horror like in “The Walking Dead” or “The Last of Us” or rather subliminal horror like in “Stranger Things”. We introduce you to our favorites.
These are our favorites: horror series
If you not only love drama and thrillers, but above all Horror series Dearest, these streaming tips are perfect for you!
Dark horror series: “The Fall of the House of Usher” (Netflix)
A new horror series is coming from Netflix cult director Mike Flanagan in 2023. “The Fall of the House of Usher” or “The Fall of the House of Usher” (loosely) adapts the short story of the same name by Edgar Allan Poe. It’s about the wealth, power and privilege that the unscrupulous siblings Roderick and Madeline Usher have earned through their pharmaceutical company. Now, however, the family dynasty is in danger of falling apart: family secrets are revealed and the heirs die in the most cruel way. What’s behind it? From October 12, 2023 on Netflix.
Teen horror on Netflix: “Goosebumps at Midnight” (Netflix)
Even if the German title is there “Goosebumps at Midnight” If it doesn’t sound so much like horror (in the English original: “The Midnight Club”) then it has this Netflix series right in itself. Horror Master on Netflix Mike Flanagan (“The Haunting of Hill House”) creates a coming-of-age story with jump scare overload. Eight teenagers who suffer from incurable illnesses and are condemned to die live together in a hospice. They meet there in the living room promptly at midnight to tell each other scary stories. The line between the fictional stories and the reality in the hospice gradually becomes blurred when the horror suddenly appears in the hallways and in their bedrooms. By the way: The series made it into the Guinness Book of Records for the most jump scares in one episode.