If you are an adrenaline junkie or you do not scare easy, you probably like horror movies. So instead of depending on websites to watch movies online, you can download apps straight to your phone and watch horror movies any time you like. These apps support HTML5 streaming. You can stream horror movies from these apps to your television, game console, or Chromecast. Here are the best apps you can use to watch horror movies:
This is a great app for watching free horror movies on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. It has hundreds and hundreds of horror movies with popular genres such as demons, monsters, cult, zombies, supernatural, and slasher. These full-length horror movies will definitely scare you, make you cringe, and sometimes make you laugh. Other features include:
- New movies are added every day.
- It is free to download the app and watch the movies.
- You can watch on 3G or Wi-Fi.
- Movies can be shared to friends on Twitter and Facebook.
- You can search for movies by genre, actor, or title.
- You can add movies to your queue to watch when you want.
- You can create a customized list of what you want to watch.
- The app is user-friendly.
Creepyflicks Horror Movies
CreepyFlicks is an app by Warhead Games published on 2012. It offers plenty of free classic horror movies. To watch these movies, you will require a fast internet connection. However, if your connection is slow, you should pause the movie for some time then play it.
This app features movies such as:
- Dead Men Walk
- Carnival of Souls
- Giant Leeches
- Nightmare Castle
- Bloody Night
Available on Kindle.
10 Horror Movies (Pack 1)
This app offers classic and retro horror movies that can be streamed on your smartphone, computer, or tablet. The movies played in this app are brought by Creepster. Some of these movies include:
- The Devil Bat
- Human Gorilla
- Horror Hotel
- White Zombie
- The Invisible Ghost
This app is available for Android.
10 Horror Movies (Pack 2)
When you are done watching the horror movies in Pack 1, you can watch Pack 2. This app of horror movies features titles such as:
- Teenage Zombies
- The Bells
- Frankenstein’s Daughter
- Atom Age Vampire
- The Devil’s Daughter
Best Horror Movies Database (Shown in Photo Above)
This app allows you to search for the best horror movies of all times by year, directors, actors, decade, and title. It features all genres such as cults, zombies, and demons. It has over 600 horror movies that you can download directly to your smartphone or tablet. Other features include:
- It has an awesome user interface.
- Any search you do gives you details on movie ratings, actors, year, and directors.
- You can also watch movie trailers.
- Movies are updated automatically.
YouTube is probably the most obvious place to search for movies. However, most people will overlook as a possible source for horror movies. You can find more than ten interesting classic horror movies that you can watch for free such as:
- Chasing Sleep
- Devil Times Five
- Exhibit A
This app offers a reliable streaming platform where you can watch the most frightening horror movies. It features genres such as monsters, ghosts, zombies, vampires, and demons. Some of the best movies are:
The Fury – This is a 1970s film with one of the most historically explosive climax in horror movies.
Honeymoon – This is a 21st-century movie about a couple on honeymoon. It is founded in the theme of: do you know who you are sleeping next to?
The Hallow – This is a film about a married couple that moves to rural Ireland only to have a race of scary forest creatures go after their infant son.
This is a free app where you can watch horror movies. Here are its features:
- You can create and manage your watch list
- The app offers a Wi-Fi option.
- Movies are added every month.
This is a free app with a wide range of movie types including horror. You can find horror movies under the cult and classic genres. This app is available for Android.
This is a free app that allows you to watch horror movies in HD. You can watch from your phone or from your television. Here are its features:
- You can stream unlimited movies in HD quality.
- You can playback movies from your phone.
- It recommends movies based on your watch list history.
- It has a friendly user interface.
This app is available for Android and Apple devices.
This is a free app that allows you to watch movies (including horror) from your Android smartphone. You can watch full-length movies instantly. This app offers a wide range of multi-language subtitles. New movies are added each week.
This is a free app with a lot of movies especially hit titles that you might not get on Netflix. You can access any type of movies including horror. It also has premium titles that are for purchasing or renting. This app has very few ads.
This app has a large database of all kinds of movies including horror. These movies can be watched on an Android smartphone or tablet at no fee. This app supports HTML5 to stream movies.
I am Jean Phillipe, a technology manager, and I run my own website. LeMeilleurAvis is a website that I use to review various products with no bias. One of the best things you can use your smartphone for is getting useful entertainment information through apps such as these that update you on horror movies. The products I review vary from all brands and types and I give my recommendations as well as best prices for each product.
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