For Halloween, there's a good chance that you're wanting to sit down with something scary. We've got you covered with a wide variety of what is available for streaming now. To start off, some of the more recent movies that you can rent from cable or digital providers include: "A Quiet Place," "Hereditary" and "The First Purge."

If you want to dig into what is available through sites that you already subscribe to, here are some of the best titles you can watch now:

Amazon Prime: "The Amityville Horror," "The Blair Witch Project," "Carrie" (1976), "Child's Play," "House On Haunted Hill" (1959), "Jaws," "Night Of The Living Dead"

Filmstruck: "The Blob," "Cat People" (1942), "Dead Ringers," "House," "Kwaidan," "The Phantom Of The Opera" (1925)

HBO Now: "The Descent," "Drag Me To Hell," "It" (2017), "The Lost Boys," "The Omen" (1976)

Hulu: Check out their "Huluween" section from the homepage for movies like "28 Weeks Later," "Children Of The Corn," "The Dark Half," "The Fly," "Ghost Stories," "The Hills Have Eyes" (1977), "I Saw The Devil," "John Dies At The End," "Killer Klowns From Outer Space," "Let The Right One In," "My Bloody Valentine" (2010), "Poltergeist II," "The Others," "Tragedy Girls," "Tyler Perry's Boo! A Medea Halloween," and "V/H/S."

Netflix: "Cabin Fever," "The Conjuring," "Hellraiser," "Interview With the Vampire," "It Follows," "Raw," "The Shining," "Teeth," "Train To Busan," "The Transfiguration," "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil," "The Witch"

Family-friendly viewing: "Coraline" (Netflix), "Ghostbusters" (Netflix), "Little Monsters" (Netflix) "The Monster Squad" (Hulu), "The Nightmare Before Christmas" (Hulu), "Scooby-Doo" (Netflix), "Spooky Buddies" (Netflix), "Teen Wolf" (Hulu), "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride" (HBO Now)

And if you aren't already subscribing to Shudder, this is really the perfect time to give it a try. After a 7-day free trial, it's just $4.99 a month, and they have hundreds of movies. Operated by AMC Networks, this app offers a well-rounded viewing experience for fans of horror and genre films. You can watch through all the usual devices like an Apple TV, Roku, or XBox. They make the programming easy to find with categories like "Bloodthirsty" for vampires, "Slashics" to celebrate the all-time best slasher movies, and the self-explanatory "Zombie Jamboree." At the moment they even have a spotlight on Hitchcock, a "Vengeance Is Hers" section for female revenge movies, and are also serving up streaming exclusives like John Carpenter's original "Halloween," "Revenge," "Summer Of 84," and a "Ghoul Log" which gives you a nonstop burning Jack O'Lantern for good measure. Shudder also has a very cool "Guest Curator" feature. There are movies selected by "The Big Sick" star Kumail Nanjiani, indie rocker Alan Palomo of Neon Indian, actor Elijah Wood, Rob Zombie and Metallica's Kirk Hammett.

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