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Best Horror Comedy Movies Trending On Netflix

Dec. 21. 2021

Netflix has a number of horror comedies, including original movies and stop-motion films. 

He Never Died (2015)

Despite being forced to become an outcast, the character becomes immortal and a cannibal. His goal is to protect himself and others from society in this creepy and funny movie. Fortunately, things don’t go exactly according to plan.

The Babysitter (2017)

As the film follows a young boy spying on his babysitter, tA young boy spying on his babysitter starts out in the film in a very light vein, but things soon take a darker turn. In this slick, funny, stylish, and brutal film, Sara Rae Weaving, niece of actor Hugo Weaving, stars.

Little Evil (2017)

Horror comedies seem to be Adam Scott’s thing. Scott previously starred in the Christmas comedy-horror “Krampus.” Scott plays the husband of Evangeline Lilly’s Samantha, but when he sees her son with a mysterious scar, he fears he’s the antichrist.

Secrets in the Hot Spring (2018)

In this Taiwanese movie, three guys meet at a hot springs hotel and discover they have nothing in common. Unfortunately, the unexpected happens and they face an impossible situation. There is a lot of comedy, as they try to save a family.

Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight (2020)

This Polish Netflix film stars a group of students who become addicted to technology and are sent to an offline camp to rehabilitate. It’s evident that the woods are filled with horror and things don’t go smoothly. As well as gore and laughs, there are lots of guts and blood in this horror movie.

Girls with Balls (2018)

A stranded person being hunted down in the middle of nowhere is a familiar theme, but it is given an interesting spin in the new movie “Girls with Balls.” The characters in the movie are a volleyball team, and they aren’t exactly passive in their pursuit of survival.

Holidays (2016)

Anthology films contain a lot of gems, and horror anthology films are no exception. The same is true for this one, which includes stories from filmmakers such as Kevin Smith. The Easter bunny, as shown above, is given a creepy spin in several of the stories.

A Haunted House (2013)

We guarantee that you will roar with laughter while watching this comedy-horror film parody. A ridiculously over-the-top comedy that is funny, cheesy, and ridiculous. After moving into their new home, Malcolm and Kisha find that a demon also lives there. Upon becoming possessed (aka becoming a priest and a psychic), Kisha’s husband tries everything in his power to maintain order in his sex life.

Tremors (1990)

Set in the small town of Perfection, Nevada, this monster comedy from 1990 stars Kevin Bacon and Reba McEntire. In the wake of several mysterious deaths, they are shocked to discover that there are worm-like monsters underneath them that want to eat human flesh.

Life After Beth (2014)

He is overjoyed to find out that his ex-girlfriend (Aubrey Plaza) has returned from the dead. After that he realizes that she’s not nearly as vibrant as she used to be, so moving on with someone new doesn’t appeal to him.

Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

‘Teenagers getting killed by psycho hicks in the woods’ is a horror movie with an original twist starring Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine. The hilarious (and hilariously grim) mishaps of some ignorant teenagers on a backwoods vacation are the result of mistaking two pals for murderers.

Holidays (2016)

Short horror films inspired by different holidays comprise the anthology film Holidays, which was released in 2016. There are some talented directors in the film, including Kevin Smith, Gary Shore, Adam Egypt Mortimer, Scott Stewart, Nicholas McCarthy, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kolsch, Sarah Adina Smith, and Anthony Scott Burns. On April 14, 2016, the film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Initially released on video on demand by Vertical Entertainment on April 15, 2016, it was subsequently released in a limited release on April 22, 2016.

Death Note (2017)

It centers on Light Turner (Nat Wolff), who comes across a sinister, mysterious notebook whose contents kill anyone whose name is written inside. Based on the manga series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. Despite not being intended as a comedy, there is a lot to laugh at.

Scary Movie (2000)

All scary films before it are mocked in the 2000 movie. You will laugh at how ridiculous some of the plots of Scary Movie are as there are references to Scream, The Blair Witch Project, and more. Be prepared for a good time. The movie begins with the girls accidentally killing a man. In the aftermath of the unfortunate event, they are stalked, left threatening messages, and each one is targeted for death one by one.

Best Horror Comedy Movies Trending On Netflix

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