A lot of us don’t prefer watching horror movies but when a little bit of humor is added to these, they become more watchable. Some filmmakers might even stretch the boundaries of humor in these movies by making parodies that have more of comedy and less of horror. And then there are certain other movies that are not intended to be funny but the horror in them is so ridiculous, they leave the audience laughing out loud. It’s been a long time now since ‘Shaun of the Dead’ came out, which was a refreshingly good horror comedy but the horror comedy genre is not dead yet, if that’s what you’ve been thinking.
There have been some new additions to this genre that you might like or hate. So if you’re in the mood for some scares along with some light humor, then scroll down and check out the list of really good horror comedy films and TV series on Netflix that are available to stream. Some of them are old classics, while others are new movies that you’ll probably enjoy watching, just make sure you watch them before you judge them.
15. Secrets in the Hot Springs (2018)
Xiaogin, the protagonist of this movie, gets tricked by his grandparents is forced to stay at a hotel which was founded by his parents. He gets followed by two of his best friends from school who want to escape the constant bullying at school. The three boys quickly find out that the hotel has some strange stuff going on and could potentially be haunted. The three get even closer as they uncover the mysteries of the hotel that holds some really dark secrets right under the steaming hot springs. The movie starts off a little scary but later becomes hilarious. Now, this is no brilliant Oscar-worthy film, but you’ll have a good time watching this Taiwan film.
14. Holidays (2016)
‘Holidays’ is a collection of literary works of nine different directors, Gary Shore (Dracula Untold), Kevin Smith (Tusk), Kevin and Dennis Widmyer (Starry Eyes), Scott Stewart (Dark Skies), Nicolas McCarthy (The Pact), Sarah Adina Smith (The Midnight Swim), Anthony Scott Burns (Darknet), Adam Egypt Mortimer (Some Kind of Hate). All of these directors have together put stories that will change your outlook towards your beloved holidays. The film will question our traditions, beliefs, and folklore that revolve around these holidays. This one has a very dark and creepy sense of humor. But overall the movie isn’t too great and is also so ridiculous at times that it’ll make you laugh for no reason at all.
13. Hell and Back (2015)