October is the perfect month for streaming. The Fall TV schedule is back, there are fun Halloween episodes to watch, football is on, and there are countless horror movies to add to your Halloween watch-list. Amazon created a go-to hub of horror for Prime Members, offering hours and hours of free content for fans of the genre. There are dozens of movies, specials, and episodes to stream on Prime Video, and most of them are free. There’s a mix of genres, and the ages range from the tiniest of terror fans, to the experienced horror-lords.

In the Halloween hub, you’ll find hits like “A Quiet Place” starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski; the nightmare-inducing “Hereditary” starring Toni Collette; Amazon’s “Suspiria” starring Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton; and the classic “Rosemary’s Baby” starring Mia Farrow. The newer releases for rent include “Brightburn” starring Elizabeth Banks; the 2017 remake of “IT” starring Bill Skarsgård and Finn Wolfhard; and “Us” directed by Jordan Peele and starring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke.

A quick preview of the Halloween hub includes free movies and shows like “The Strangers: Prey at Night” (starting October 10), “The Haunting of Sharon Tate,” “A Quiet Place,” “Annihilation,” “Hereditary,” “Suspiria,” “The Possession of Hannah Grace,” “Jigsaw,” “Lore: Seasons 1-2,” “31,” “American Horror Story: Seasons 1-7,” “Hannibal: Seasons 1-3,” “The Woman in Black,” “Midnight Meat Train,” the 1988 version of “Child’s Play,” “Children of the Corn,” and the 1968 version of “Rosemary’s Baby.”

You can find the entire collection of Halloween favorites right here on Prime Video, and you can bookmark the page to find something new the next time you need something to stream.

If you want to rent a newer movie, Amazon suggested “Brightburn,” “Escape Room,” “Ma,” the 2019 reboot of “Pet Sematary,” “The Curse Of La Llorona,” “The Intruder,” “Us,” the 2018 release of “Halloween,” and the 2017 release of “IT.” All of these are available through Prime Video.

Over the Prime Video Channels section, look for “Event Horizon” and “Kalifornia” on STARZ starting on October 1st, and “What Lies Beneath” on Showtime starting on October 1st.

Amazon also owns IMDb, which has its own free streamin service called IMDbTV that announced a lineup of popular horror movies to watch in October. Those include “Boogeyman,” the original “Child’s Play,” “Exorcist: The Beginning,” “Flatliners,” “John Carpenter’s Vampires,” the 1994 release of “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein,” the “Rod Sterling’s Night Gallery” collection, the 2014 release of “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Silent Hill,” “Urban Legend” and “Urban Legends: The Final Cut,” “Vampire Academy,” “Wolf,” and “Zodiac.” Freeform also outlined the network’s popular “31 Nights of Halloween” event, which is always a crowd favorite.

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