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Entire ‘Saw’ Franchise and More Horror Titles Just Added to Netflix!

Entire ‘Saw’ Franchise and More Horror Titles Just Added to Netflix!

AMC may be dropping the ball with their annual FearFest this year, which is only running the final week of October, but at least we can count on Netflix to serve up a steady stream of horror this month. For starters, the entire Saw franchise (to date) is now available for instant streaming!

With Jigsaw arriving in theaters on October 27, now is the perfect time to play catch up with the 7-film Saw franchise. And it’s never been more convenient to do just that.

Additionally, a handful of other hot horror titles were just added, including Cabin Fever, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, Hostel, Hostel 2, The Midnight Meat Train, Teeth, The New Daughter, Horsemen, Cube, Cube 2: Hypercube, Cube Zero, Battle Royale and Battle Royale 2.

You can even stream one of my personal favorites, Little Monsters, which is the absolute perfect scary movie to watch with the whole family this time of the year!

And don’t forget, a whole lot of brand new original content is coming to Netflix this month, including “Mindhunter” on October 13, The Babysitter on October 13, Stephen King’s 1922 on October 20 and “Stranger Things” Season 2 on October 27.



  • Brett Lovejoy


    Was a mixture of horrifically terrifying the first time I saw it, mixed with pure awe and intrigue by this crazy world living under everyone’s beds. Damn, I loved that movie.

    Sorry, my nostalgia seizure is over.

    • zombie84_41

      Little monsters is the fuckin best.

  • john clarke

    I wish I had US Netflix. The UK one is kind of shit.

  • Chase LeValley

    Still haven’t seen any of the Saw movies. I might, MIGHT take advantage of this. Kinda too busy with other movies, shows and games at the moment including school and my girlfriend.

    • chuck

      First two are honestly the best, the rest have their bright spots but you can tell 1 and 2 had a lot more thought put into them.

      • And Saw III, the true conclusion to the franchise for me. The original trilogy were the best ones; the ones after were subpar. It should have ended with the third one. Hopefully the seven-year hiatus since Saw 3D: The Final Chapter means that Jigsaw will be a return to form.

        • turk

          I wasn’t really fond of Part III. The first one wasn’t too bad, but suffered from being way overhyped. The second at least went is a slightly different direction. But then the sequels were all just “let’s come up with the coolest way to kill people with traps!” The formula was set and got stale quickly.

          • I thought Saw III did a good job of wrapping things up. I disagree that it’s “just about the traps”, it had some great character moments, developments, and twists. It also showed a more human side to Jigsaw that wasn’t seen in the first two films, where we only see him as the master manipulator and killer. To date, Jeff is probably one of the series’ best and most sympathetic protagonists; it’s shame how his character arc was ruined in Saw IV, which turned him into a trigger-happy dumbass for the sake of moving on to other storylines.

    • zombie84_41

      They kind of lose steam but they are good none the less

    • The original trilogy (Saw, Saw II, and Saw III) are easily the best ones. The series should have ended there. I’m not going to spoil what happens in Saw III, but the franchise mostly ran on fumes after that.

    • Hack Snyder

      The first one is a good horror film that focuses more on suspense than gore, the second one is alright but it’s a lot dumber and gorier than the first one, the third one is mediocre, and the rest of the series is shit.

      1 >>> 2 > 3 >>> the rest

  • zombie84_41

    OMG cube is fantastic

  • The first three Saw films and the original Hostel were fantastic (I watched them years ago). I plan on watching Teeth and Raw soon, now that they’re on there.

  • Spunker666

    this is only on american netflix

  • Aemette

    I was just thinking about rewatching the Cube series and now this looks like the best opportunity I have. If you haven’t seen them then I suggest you give them a shot. The first is easily the best but the sequels do add more to the full scope of the film’s story/lore and they aren’t too bad. In the end though, just really think about the films, the themes, and the current events cycling out life and then let your mind just blow up. The ending to Cube Zero is still a fresh wound to me, too.

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