5 horror movies you need to watch if you're anti-Valentine's Day in 2024

Not in the mood to celebrate Valentine's Day in 2024? That's okay. We've got five scary movies to watch instead rom-coms.

Peter Sarsgaard as Jay and Joey King as Kayla in THE LIE. Image Courtesy Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios
Peter Sarsgaard as Jay and Joey King as Kayla in THE LIE. Image Courtesy Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios /
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Goodnight Mommy

How about a horror that sees two twin boys try to figure out what’s going on with their mother? When their mom returns from having some sort of work done on her face, she acts completely different to normal. It’s like she isn’t really their mom, and the twins need to figure out who is now under the bandages.

There are a lot of questions about who the real villain is within the story. This is something that you’ll only understand by watching it all the way through. We don’t want to spoil anything here. All we’ll say is to keep an eye on the actions of everybody. It’s more than meets the eye.

Goodnight Mommy is available with your Prime membership.

Totally Killer

How about a horror movie that also involves some time travel? Totally Killer is the one for you.

This movie sees a teenager land in 1987 on Halloween night. She only has until the end of the night to figure out who killed her mom’s friends that night. If she doesn’t, she runs the risk of being stuck in the past and even becoming a victim of the serial killer.

Of course, there are questions about what changing the past can do to the future. This is certainly a movie that you’ll want to watch. It’s a fun horror movie rather than the gritty, mind-bending ones previously on this list.

Totally Killer is an Amazon Original available for free with your Prime membership.