Top 10 Darkest Movies On Netflix No One Talks About

 

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Hey guys!. In this post, I’ll be discussing a list of Top 10 Darkest Movies On Netflix No One Talks About. We’re pretty sure that most of us have been in that situation where we just couldn’t find anything to watch on Netflix and just kept scrolling and scrolling. Truth be told, it isn’t that there is absolutely nothing to watch on there, it’s just that you’ve gone through the good stuff that are very popular. But if you are a dark movie fiend, here are some of the darkest movies on Netflix that you have probably not seen yet. So let’s get started.

1. The Wailing 

If you have seen Squid Game and are looking for more dark Korean dramas that don’t rely on jump scares to elicit a sense of dread, you should totally check out Gokseong (The Wailing). The Wailing is a clever mix of buddy cop humor, a ghost, and a viral-like infection that seems to turn people into zombies. As you watch the movie, you won’t be able to help being pulled into the sense of misery, rage, and dread that the protagonist increasingly feels. The Wailing is subtitled and scored 99% on Rotten Tomatoes, so you should really check it out. 

2. The Bar 

Another movie that is full-on horror with some comedy is the Spanish thriller, El Bar or The Bar. The Bar is one of those horror movies where practically everything happens in one location, and in this case it’s a bar. Basically, disaster strikes and the people who are currently in the bar find themselves trapped there. And because humans will always human, horrific things happen. It kinda gives off Lord of the Flies, if you’ve read that book. So, your faith in humanity might take a hit. 

3. The Void 

The Void is a 2016 movie but it gives off 1980s horror vibe. So, if that is your scene, you would certainly love the dread that this movie has to offer. An Indie horror movie that definitely pays homage to Lovecraft and his The Thing, The Void is heavily reliant on effects for its gore fest. And that more than works. 

4. Veronica 

Word around town is that Veronica is so scary, people are turning it off halfway through, unable to finish watching it. So, if for nothing else, you could try watching the movie for the challenge; you know, just to prove to everyone that you can sit through it. Veronica takes its time to get into the creeps, so it kinda takes you off guard with its creepiness and things only even get more creepy. We’re aware that we have used a number of variations of ‘creep’ in just one sentence. But that’s to drive home how scary the movie is. Well, seeing is believing, we guess. 

5. Creep 

And because you haven’t had enough of the word ‘creep’, here is another dark movie that you should check out; Creep. This 2014 movie starts out quite innocently with the protagonist answering an online ad. What happens as a result of that is a combination of what you probably have in mind after hearing that prompt, and a number of things you will not see coming. The movie certainly lives up to its name, we will say. 

6. Mexico Barbaro 

Mexico Barbaro or Barbarous Mexico is a 2014 Mexican anthology horror movie with a twist. The movie is basically a collection of 8 horror films, each of them directed by a different Mexican horror director. All 8 sub-movies are horror, of course, and appear in the big movie as chapters. But the directors were given the liberty to choose a sub-genre for their own chapters, and each chapter is related to a different Mexican legend or myth. So, basically, Mexico Barbaro is more than just the scares; it is a creative blend of genres that tells beautiful stories of Mexican culture. It’s still really scary, though. 

7. Train to Busan 

Another Korean movie on this list, this 2016 movie is probably scarier now, what with our experience with this global pandemic. Set in Korea, Train to Busan follows a father and his son who find themselves trapped on a train enroute Busan because of a sudden zombie outbreak. The movie preys on your worst fears, and probably a number others that you aren’t yet aware of. 

8. The Invitation 

The Invitation takes its time to set the pace, but from the very beginning, you kinda get an idea of what you are in for. There is a lot of blood, dying, and dead bodies, and nobody or species is spared. So, if that is your kind of scene, you would love getting scared by The Invitation. However, despite all the gore, this movie doesn’t depend on that for its scares, neither does it depend on jump scares. Instead, it relies on its own story to pull you into the dark, which is exactly what you are looking for, we assume. 

9. Cube 

Cube is kinda more specific than the other movies mentioned here just because it heavily preys on the fear of enclosed spaces. So, basically, if you are claustrophobic, this movie might do a number on you. Cube is not your traditional movie, but it certainly holds its own. 

10. Raw 

And for our last movie, we have Raw. 92% on Rotten Tomatoes with a reputation of making people faint and vomit at the Toronto International Film Festival, Raw is a dark movie. Gore is very paramount in this movie as its major theme is cannibalism. So, expect to see a lot of blood and chopped human parts. The movie starts out as an innocent movie about a young girl going to college. But you better strap in for this one because you are in for a ride; the spine-chilling kind. 

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