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Best Halloween Horror Novel Adaptations on Netflix

netflixlogo.pngAre you watching instant movies on Netflix for Halloween? Over at eBookNewser, we’ve created a list of the Top 10 Horror Movies Based On Literature.

Thousands of Netflix users enjoy the “Watch Instantly” section of the popular DVD rental website–streaming movies straight to their computers or televisions. Still, it can be difficult to find the perfect movie amid the overwhelming selection.

Add your favorite horror novel adaptation in the comments section. We’ve been building Instant Movies for Readers lists for months, from the best streaming movies based on contemporary lit to the best Netflix instant movies adapted from plays to the best Netflix streaming movies based on comic books.

Keep adding your suggestions as we update the lists. We’ve included a few of our favorites below…

The Exorcist: Author William Peter Blatty adapted his novel to a screenplay for this classic creeper about possession that is sure to make you jump

Dracula: Bela Lugosi stars in this creepy adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire novel

The Omen: David Seltzer’s novel about an evil child was released at the same time as this classic film staring Gregory Peck and Lee Remick

Carrie: Brian DePalma’s sadistic teen adaptation of Stephen King’s first novel brings to life the terrors of high school

Read more at the Top 10 Horror Movies Based On Literature list at eBookNewser.

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