‘Netflix and chill’ has become a pop cultural saying due to the popularity of the streaming platform. To cement this position, Netflix keeps a wide array of content that spans across genres and attracts a varied audience base. One of the most popular genres that people like to watch while inside the comforts of their homes is horror. If you truly want to get your heart racing and blood pumping, Netflix offers you content that is a titillating combination of horrific and sexy. Here’s the list of really good sexy horror movies on Netflix that are available to stream right now. The list includes adult scary movies, r-rated horror films and erotic horror thrillers.
15. Scream 2 (1997)
While ‘Scream 2’ is a follow up to the cult horror classic ‘Scream’, it is more scary than sexy. However, in this slasher movie, directed by the master of horror, Wes Craven, the events follow Sidney Prescott, played by Neve Campbell, who finds herself stalked by a copycat serial killer wearing the same Ghostface mask that made nightmares her reality in the first movie. David Arquette, Courteney Cox, Jada Pinkett, and Liev Schrieber round up the cast. Since the film is centered around college sorority girls, there is obviously a degree of sexiness that underlies some of the scenes. However, all that wears off quickly once the killer shows up and the viewers are then subjected to sheer horror and anticipation as Sidney’s past begins to catch up with her in a fatal confrontation.
14. Velvet Buzzsaw (2019)
‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ is the 2019 horror film made for Netflix. It is directed by Dan Gilroy, whose previous work includes the acclaimed movie, ‘Nightcrawler‘. Jake Gyllenhaal stars in the film as does a strong cast including Rene Russo, John Malkovich, Zawe Ashton, and Natalia Dyer. The plot circles around the art world where an upcoming employee in a gallery, Josephina, played by Ashton, tries to make a name in the cutthroat art world. Russo’s character Rhodora is the owner of a prominent art gallery while Gyllenhaal’s Morf Vanderwalt is a respected artist. They are both established figures in the art world and when Josephina shows them paintings by a deceased, obscure artist named Vetril Dease, they both realize the monetary value in the art.
The film is a satirical take on the commercialization of art and how modern art is more about selling a perception. However, what makes the film so sexy is the inherent search for beauty. Everything is objectified in the film, from art to people, and as a result, most things are guided by desire. Josephina stands as a beacon in this plot, a shining object of sexual desire, changing hands as the film progresses to an ultimately disappointing climax.