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The Best Scary Movies on Netflix Canada

Oh wow, it is September! I am stoked for Halloween season! So much so, I actually thought it was October for the majority of yesterday … or was it the day before …

Anyways, to celebrate this most magical time of year, here’s a list of what I think are the best scary movies on Netflix Canada. Listed from the highest to lowest rated on Rotten Tomatoes.

The Babadook

Great film, female director, and a monster that through a strange series of events has become a gay icon!

What We Do In The Shadows

I could watch this movie every day for the rest of my life. If you haven’t seen it, you aren’t living. This one is extra great because your scaredy cat friends will watch it with you!

The Invitation

To be honest, I don’t remember anything about this movie but I think I liked it so … ya. What I know for certain is, I like the soundtrack in the trailer! Maybe don’t watch the trailer though, you’ll learn too much, just dive into this one if you are into suspense!


This one can really hit home with Canadians, especially ones with shitty boyfriends who force them to go camping! The fact that it is relatable, is what makes it so scary. This could really happen, to you. Or to me, I love camping.

Crimson Peak

Totally shit story to be honest … but with the amazing atmosphere you expect from a Guillermo del Toro film! Also, it was filmed in Toronto and Kingston, Ontario. Which is a fun tidbit for Canadians to know!


If you love Natasha Lyonne and Chloë Sevigny … and maybe fear pregnancy … how can you not watch this movie? Just make sure you are so high when you watch it that you don’t remember the disturbing scenes that start her whole wild journey.

I hope at least one of these films makes you scream!

Happy Halloween Season!!!

This classic stoner film is leaving Netflix.

This week Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced cannabis will be legal across the country as of October 17th, 2018. I think I’m still in shock … and it is a great moment in history but …

I won’t celebrate fully until everyone in jail for soon-to-be obsolete cannabis-related charges are set free, and all medical cannabis patients have affordable (covered by insurance) access.

Some insurance companies are covering cannabis now, in certain circumstances, under certain plans … but it isn’t enough. Too many people are still in a position where they have to take opioids for pain management because the opioids are covered by their insurance and medical cannabis isn’t. Which sucks.

Nonetheless, progress is progress and it feels like a good time to watch Dazed and Confused. Especially since this classic cannabis culture film is leaving Netflix Canada on July 1st!

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