Movies for a Quarantine

Random Horror Movies

Coronavirus, SARS, Spanish flu, Ebola, H1N1, H5N1, Chickenpox, Influenza; stuck at home, in a quarantine, and bored out of your mind? Time for social distancing? Time to watch a few random horror and horror-adjacent films! Refresh for a new selection.

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  • Zombieland: Double Tap
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  • New Nightmare
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  • The Burning
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  • Green Room
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  • Species: The Awakening
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  • A Christmas Horror Story
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  • The Invisible Man
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  • The Ghoul
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  • Muse
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