With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to find the best horror movies you can stream legally in India so you can watch them with your friends and family! And don’t forget, watching these streaming horror movies on a big screen TV with surround sound really makes the night complete! Let’s take a look at what’s available, shall we?
7 new streaming sites
The streaming industry is taking off, and with more options than ever, it’s hard to know where to start. We’ve done our research and found some of best movie streaming sites for Indian audiences. JustWatch helps you keep track of all your favourite movies on a single platform and makes sure you don’t miss any upcoming releases from your favourite film studios! It has listings for new streaming sites like Movierulz. To stay updated on our site content, we suggest you sign up via Facebook or Twitter! That way, you can get all updates directly on your social media newsfeed without having to search for them yourself – just give us a follow today!
Amazon Prime Video
For Indian Prime subscribers, Amazon Prime Video is easily your best bet. But even if you’re not a Prime subscriber, it’s worth having an Amazon Prime Video account because it’s also how you access Amazon Channels and download other shows to watch offline. It costs ₹999 per year, or ₹129 per month. In addition to movies and TV shows, it has some original content as well (Amazon Originals), which often come at no additional cost. While that doesn’t mean you can’t find them elsewhere, such as on Netflix or Hotstar for example, having these services bundled with your subscription makes it much easier.
YuppTV brings you uncut and latest Bollywood content with its all new streaming service Movierulz TV, which helps you to watch Bollywood online. You can get YuppTV if you live anywhere outside of India, but if you live within India, then your subscription will not include Movierulz TV. For Indian viewers, here are some alternative sources for all your favorite Bollywood movies: Netflix Amazon Prime Video Voot (Best for Hindi content) ZEE5 (Best for regional language content) Hooq
Eros Now (Hindi, Tamil, Telugu & Kannada)
Though it has a Hindi movie library, Eros Now is also a good source for Kannada, Tamil and Telugu movies. It’s probably your best bet if you’re looking for something specific. A subscription costs ₹399 per month. Amazon Prime Video (Hindi & English): The new kid on the block, Amazon Prime Video doesn’t have a very wide selection of content right now but it’s growing fast. As of now you can watch 1420 movies & TV shows including recent releases such as Jurassic World, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion and many more at no additional cost.
ZEE5 (Hindi & English)
With a library of over 40,000+ movies and 2,50,000+ episodes of TV series, ZEE5 is your one-stop destination for some amazing entertainment options. And when you think about it, ZEE5 is probably one of your best bets for finding great horror movies. After all, it boasts some interesting titles like Paranormal Activity 4: Unrated Version (2015), Sinister (2012), Alien VS Predator (2004) and The Exorcism Of Emily Rose (2005). It’s not just Hindi movies either—the streaming service offers quite a few English as well as regional language flicks as well. On top of that, you can also find plenty of shows from U.S.
ALT Balaji (Hindi & English)
ALT Balaji offers unlimited access to a wide variety of movies, both Bollywood and Hollywood, from all your favorite movie streaming websites. With their large library of titles at great prices (Rs 149/month), they’re definitely a contender for best horror movies site. All you have to do is register on their website, download and install their app (available for Android or iOS), enter your payment details and pick up where you left off. To get a free 30-day trial, follow these steps: [Read More] [Signup]
Voot (Hindi & English)
Voot is a Hindi entertainment platform which brings for you latest, exclusive, free and all-time favourite Bollywood movies, Shows & regional movies. JustWatch has found that most people who like to watch Bollywood movies stream them on Voot. We have also found that when users are searching for where to best horror movies legally online many of them start their search by typing Voot into Google (which means they are already aware of Voot). Voot is a good place to check out first when looking for where to best horror movies because it’s just one click away from YouTube and if you want more options you can always use our search function below.
Sony LIV (English)
Sony’s video-streaming service, Sony LIV, offers a wide selection of Hindi movies. The Hindi horror movies it offers are primarily recent Bollywood releases like Golmaal Again and Raaz Reboot. This is probably not your best bet for English language classics like Friday the 13th, but it’s a good option if you want to watch new Indian horror flicks without downloading them illegally. To get full access to Sony LIV content, you’ll need to create an account through Viacom 18 (the company that operates Sony LIV) with your email address and mobile number.
If you are a Netflix member, and haven’t yet checked out Unearthly, it is available as a series of three films, and then six episodes as part of a TV show. The story follows Clara on her journey to learn about herself as she overcomes doubts and setbacks. One of Hollywood’s biggest stars dies due to an overdose. A world war starts. People die everywhere, mostly because of humankind’s hunger for power. Yet Clara is so accustomed to death that she doesn’t even stop breathing during any of these events; more often than not, she just turns her head away from all those happenings around her and lets them pass by while standing still in one place.
So what can you watch right now? Whether you’re looking for a body-count flick, psychological thriller or creepy children’s tale, we’ve got something for you. Right now, on Netflix: Cabin Fever; Let Me In (either version); I Saw The Devil; and on Amazon Prime Video: Ravenous, Raw, An American Werewolf in London and many more. That should keep you busy for a while! Now get going! It’s movie time!