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Monday, December 13, 2021

10 Great Horror Titles You Can Stream on Tubi in December

Tubi dominates when it comes to selection, especially for the horror fan. The completely free streaming service, meaning no subscriptions or hidden fees, offers an insane selection for viewers with over 35,000 titles available. It’s a robust catalog of horror, and Tubi covers just about every level of the genre — from the famous, mainstream titles to the obscure little gem awaiting discovery or rediscovery.

Whether you’re in the mood for holiday-themed horror, horror-comedy favorites, or gory thrills, Tubi has it all. Follow them on Twitter to discover more #FreeLikeTubi viewing inspiration. Or, you can take a look below at ten horror titles we think you should stream this month. All ten titles are exclusively streaming for free on Tubi.


As Above, So Below

A team of adventurers heads deep into the Paris catacombs, searching for the philosopher’s stone. They soon find themselves deep in the bowels of Hell. It’s a loose adaptation or retelling of Dante’s Inferno, which tells of Dante’s journey through the nine circles of Hell, guided by the Roman poet Virgil. Their journey begins on Good Friday, and the pair emerges from Hell early on Easter morning under a starry sky. It’s the perfect, nuanced watch for those that don’t want their horror too overtly saturated in holiday themes.


The Frighteners

The Frighteners

Frank Bannister (Michael J. Fox) gained the ability to see and converse with the dead after a tragic accident but uses it to con people for money. When a demonic entity begins slaying people, Frank might be the only one who can stop it. This horror-comedy from Peter Jackson showcased a variety of visual and practical effects, but more importantly, it brought charm in spades. Frank’s sidekick ghosts steal the show, as does the quirky Milton Dammers (Jeffrey Combs).


The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

The Hills Have Eyes 10th Anniversary

This remake was prompted by Wes Craven himself, paving the way for a bloody and intense update. The suburban Carter family are caravanning from Ohio to California with their two dogs in tow but wind up stranded in the desert. They are relentlessly hunted and killed by the twisted cannibal family in the desert hills. In Aja and Levasseur’s hands, their version of The Hills Have Eyes is an onslaught of tense violence and faster pacing. The cannibal family is also much more monstrous.


The People Under the Stairs

Fool (Brandon Quintin Adams) accompanies two adults from his neighborhood on a burglary attempt to stave off eviction. The plan is to find the landlords’ rumored valuable coins and save their block. Instead, they find Mommy (Wendy Robie) and Daddy (Everitt McGill) Robeson are far more deranged than your usual landlord. Wes Craven brings the insanity in his satirical depiction of gentrification and class warfare. He never forgets the genre fun- including a basement full of cannibalistic teens.


Prince of Darkness

Science fiction meets horror. In John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness, science and religion collide. It’s the second film in Carpenter’s Apocalypse Trilogy, sandwiched between The Thing and In the Mouth of Madness. This time, it’s Satan and his father, the Anti-God that threatens to destroy all of humanity. When most horror movies involving the devil take the possession approach, Carpenter uses it as a launching point for a demonic siege with the end goal of summoning the Anti-God to usher in the apocalypse. And Satan is swirling green liquid.


The Sentinel

In horror, sometimes the perfect home chooses you. For Allison Parker, a desire to strike out on her own finds her in a gorgeous Brooklyn brownstone that’s been converted into apartments. It’s a fantastic piece of real estate, but the place is packed with bizarre neighbors and strange activity. Allison soon finds herself haunted by both memories and unwanted visitors. Eventually, though, poor Allison discovers that she didn’t choose the apartment – the denizens of the building chose her. The sinister evil of the place has a specific purpose in mind for her. Religious horror collides with the haunted house in an unusual way. 


The Skeleton Key

Kate Hudson stars as a hospice nurse recently hired to care for an ailing man at a spooky New Orleans plantation. What plays like a haunted house mystery quickly gives way to something much sinister and twisty. This Southern Gothic horror movie favors atmosphere, develops suspense over scares and builds to a surprising finale. Mark this horror movie as another reason to beware of mirrors.


Splinter

One-Location Horror Films

In this fun creature feature, a road trip gets stalled out by the unexpected. A young couple sets off for a romantic camping getaway but instead gets car-jacked by an escaped convict and his girlfriend. Then they get a flat tire that prompts them to seek help from a nearby gas station. Something is very, very wrong there, and the foursome must team up against a bizarre parasite infecting everything. A parasite that spreads and turns its hosts into deadly beings. Brutal, suspenseful, and with a highly cool creature concept, Splinter deserved a sequel.


Virus

When a crew loses their cargo in the middle of a hurricane, and the tugboat starts taking on water, they hop on the nearest ship – a Russian research vessel, Volkov. Unbeknownst to them, the Volkov was struck by an alien energy source emanating from the Mir space station just seven days prior, and the Volkov’s crew since disappeared. Uncovering what happened to them leads to a fight for survival, and all of humanity is at stake. It’s an alien invasion by way of body horror, with an all-star cast led by Donald Sutherland and Jamie Lee Curtis. The big-budget ’90s action-horror movie makes for a fun time.


Silent Night, Deadly Night (Unrated Cut) 

Tubi offers both the standard and unrated cut of what’s arguably the definitive holiday slasher. It follows Billy, from the traumatic incident that instilled his fixation on Christmas to his Christmas murder spree while dressed as Santa. The depiction of an ax-wielding killer dressed as Santa Claus made the movie highly controversial upon release, which likely went a long way in drawing fans and spawning a franchise.


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