From "The Amityville Horror" to "The Conjuring," here are the best horror movies available to stream.

AMAZON: "It Comes at Night" (2017)

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"It Comes at Night" (2017, rated R, 91 minutes): One family hunkers down in a cabin to avoid succumbing to a mysterious airborne illness, but when another family encroaches on their property, the family will have to rely on each other to survive.

HBO: "Constantine" (2005)

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"Constantine" (2005, rated R, 121 minutes): Keanu Reeves and Rachel Weisz star in Warner Bros. Pictures' supernatural horror film, "Constantine," about a chain-smoking cynic with the ability to perceive half-angels and half-demons on Earth.

HBO: "Get Out" (2017)

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"Get Out" (2013, rated R, 104 minutes): Jordan Peele's speculative thriller follows a young African-American man who agrees to visit his white girlfriend's family estate, only to become ensnared in the much more sinister reason for the invitation.

HBO: "Split" (2016)

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"Split" (2016, rated PG-13, 117 minutes): M. Night Shyamalan's captivating horror movie follows a man with dissociative identity disorder, who suddenly develops a mysterious 24th personality, called "the Beast," which leads him to abduct three teen girls.

AMAZON: "The Witch" (2015)

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"The Witch" (2015, rated R, 92 minutes): From the mind of Robert Eggers, this horror movie will keep troubling you even in broad daylight.

STARZ: "The Amityville Horror" (2005)

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"The Amityville Horror" (2005, rated R, 99 minutes): The 1979 original is scarier, but currently unavailable on Netflix. As remakes go, this one isn't bad -- especially since it features a young Ryan Reynolds. Rachel Nichols (pictured), Melissa George and Chloë Grace Moretz also star.

AMAZON: "Night of the Living Dead" (1968)

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"Night of the Living Dead" (1968, not rated, 96 minutes): While zombie movies seem to be everywhere these days, nothing compares to George A. Romero's original.

AMAZON: "The Woman in Black" (2012)

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"The Woman in Black" (2012, rated PG-13, 95 minutes): In this eerie period piece, Daniel Radcliffe plays Arthur Kipps, a single father who discovers the vengeful ghost of a scorned woman in his new home.

NETFLIX: "The Babadook" (2014)

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"The Babadook" (2014, rated R, 93 minutes): You might call this one a psychoanalytic horror film, as the story starts out familiar (a widow's young son discovers a children's book with a curious character who mysteriously appears on his bookshelf) and dives further into its twisted, haunting symbolism.

HBO: "The Conjuring" (2013)

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"The Conjuring" (2013, rated R, 112 minutes): There's a reason why James Wan's 2013 horror film managed to created a franchise that includes a sequel, "The Conjuring 2" (also available on HBO) and two spin-offs: it's truly terrifying.

STARZ: "Rosemary's Baby" (1968)

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"Rosemary's Baby" (1968, rated R, 137 minutes): Director Roman Polanski's 1968 masterpiece centers around a pregnant woman (Mia Farrow) who slowly learns her unborn child is possessed, and who's behind it all.

AMAZON: "10 Cloverfield Lane" (2016)

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"10 Cloverfield Lane" (2016, rated PG-13, 104 minutes): After a car accident, a woman is held in a doomsday shelter by a man who claims the outside world has been affected by a widespread chemical attack. Partially a sequel to "Cloverfield," but without the shaky found footage.

NETFLIX: "XX" (2017)

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"XX" (2017, rated R, 80 minutes): Directed by a group of talented women (Roxanne Benjamin, Karyn Kusama, Annie Clark, Jovanka Vuckovic), this film is actually a four-part anthology of short horror films that take traditional horror tropes and retell them from a female point of view.

NETFLIX: "The Rite" (2011)

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"The Rite" (2011, rated PG-13, 113 minutes): Oscar-winner Anthony Hopkins is intense, as usual, playing a veteran priest teaching a young seminary student how to perform exorcisms. Here, Hopkins is no Hannibal Lecter, but he'll still get under your skin.

NETFLIX: "V/H/S" (2012)

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"V/H/S" (2012, rated R, 112 minutes): A group attempts to find a rare VHS tape when they discover a corpse surrounded by haunted videos.

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