Best Horror Movies on HBO Max Right Now


Arrow In the Head has compiled a list containing the Top Horror Movies on HBO Max Now! The Exorcist and The Menu are just a few of the recent headlines. HBO Max is set to merge with Discovery+ in order to create a new service in 2023. While they have been removing tears from movies, their vast library of horror films is still available on the service. So we have put together a list of the

Best Horror Movies on HBO Max Right Now, but as always, you never know when movies will come and go, so if there’s anything on this list you’re dying to see, don’t wait – check it out now!

THE MENU (2022)

The most recent movie on this list,

The Menu had a good run at theatres but has been getting even more attention now that it’s streaming. The story centers on Nicholas Hoult and Anya Taylor-Joy, who travel to a private island restaurant where Ralph Fiennes (a celebrity chef) has created a unique tasting menu. Some of their guests might not make it through the night. Directed and directed by Mark Mylod, The menu is a smart satire about pretentious chefs, cooking programs, and foodies. It will keep you guessing at the next course. And while there are plenty of fancy foods on display, it will leave most meat-eating viewers craving a classic cheeseburger.


You definitely can’t go wrong by watching one of the most popular, highly respected horror films ever made.

The Exorcist was directed by William Friedkin. It is based on William Peter Blatty’s screenplay. This film has been terrifying audiences for over fifty years. It won Oscars for Best Sound and Best Adapted Screenplay. So check it out on HBO Max and marvel at it.

TUSK (2014)

Some people love

Tusk. Some people hate it. Some people would advise you not to even try to see it. We recommend that you see any movie about a man who captures another man and transforms into a walrus creature. You will love it even more if you keep it going. Kevin Smith wrote and directed this bizarre tale. It features great performances by Michael Parks, Justin Long and Genesis Rodriguez. Johnny Depp also gives a strange performance. The Tusk horror movie is really quite impressive for a film that was based on a hoax roommate advertisement and a comedy conversation on a podcast. And that walrus creature is an unforgettable sight.


The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

is a bit divisive, as some fans couldn’t go along with crazy comedic approach Tobe Hooper took to the sequel to his 1974 classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre… but for me, this is one of the most brilliant, gleefully entertaining sequels ever made. A former lawman teams up with a female radio DJ in an attempt to track Leatherface down to their new hideout, which is located in the heart of an old theme park. Leatherface falls for the DJ and experiences a cleverly written case of unrequited love while their co-stars chew the scenery and compete to see who go can further over-the-top.


People have mocked slasher icon Chucky for his small stature over the years and some of his sequels have leaned further into comedy than horror, but when you go back and watch the 1988 film

Child’s Play and see how director Tom Holland and screenwriter Don Mancini (with script revisions from Holland and John Lafia) first introduced the character, it’s no surprise he has stuck around as a genre icon. Holland made this killer doll, inhabited by the soul of a serial killer, come off as a real threat, a slasher who can take people down just as well as killers many times his size.


Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman really won me over when they decided to follow up their Best Picture-nominated first collaboration

Juno (which did earn Cody an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay) with the horror movie Jennifer’s Body. Megan Fox stars as Jennifer, a high-schooler who becomes a man-eating demonic being when a rock band attempts to make her a virgin sacrifice for Satan. It’s now up to Needy (Amanda Seyfried), to stop Jennifer’s murderous spree. Jennifer’s Body was underappreciated at the time of its release, but thankfully has been gaining in popularity as the years have gone by.


With his “giallo tribute”

Malignant, director James Wan delivered a horror film that is absolutely bugnuts insane. This may be a bit too much for some viewers. Some viewers find it annoying. Others find it just right. Annabelle Wallis plays Madison, a woman who is being tortured by her childhood imaginary friend – a man so evil that she called him the Devil – while a blade-wielding madman is going about slashing people up. It may have something to do Madison’s dark past… but Wan is hesitant to give us all the details. Malignant gets wackier as it goes along, building up to a climax that is gloriously off-the-wall. The film received a lot of hate upon its release, but it also found an enthusiastic audience.THE BOOB (1958)

The Blob Irwin S. Yeaworth Jr.

Director Irvin S. Yaworth, Jr., who really wanted to make religious-themed movies, unexpectedly gifted the genre with one their most beloved creatures. Although some viewers might be offended by

The Blob‘s appearance, the mass of gel doesn’t look very scary and can consume people, this film still has a lot to offer entertainment and is quite charming. It also gives you the opportunity to see future A-lister Steve McQueen in his first starring role. He is too old to play a teenager here and must save a small town form an unstoppable monster. The fun begins as soon as the movie starts and that unforgettable theme song kicks in.


Another Steven Spielberg production, this one was directed by Joe Dante, who had previously directed

Piranha, Spielberg’s favorite Jaws knock-off. The story opens with Billy Peltzer (Zach Galligan), receiving Gizmo, a cute little creature called a “mogwai”, for Christmas. There are strict rules regarding the care of mogwai pets and Billy is a terrible pet owner. Soon, a bunch of maniacal gremlins sprung from Gizmo, causing havoc in small towns across America. Gremlins is a nice blend of creepy creature moments and silly comedy, making it one of the best options to show a youngster who is just starting to get into the horror genre.FROM DUSK TILL DAWN (1996)

Best Horror Movies on HBO Max

In 1988, FX artist Robert Kurtzman hired an unknown writer named Quentin Tarantino to turn his treatment

From DuskTill Dawn into a screenplay. This was Tarantino’s first screenplay. With an Oscar in his hand, Tarantino teamed up with Robert Rodriguez to bringFrom Dusk Till Dawn10 to the screen. This collaboration made it one of my favorite movies. The first half is a simple crime thriller. It follows two criminal brothers (George Clooney & Tarantino) as they attempt to escape from a family (Harvey Keitel, Juliette Lewis, Ernest Liu) in order to get into Mexico. The brothers are supposed meet at the Titty Twister strip club – but once they reach it, “all hell breaks lose” (as Tarantino’s script stated). The film then switches genres and becomes an action-packed horror movie. It’s very entertaining with some amazing characters fighting some very strange and frightening creatures of the night. You can let us know if you have any questions!

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