Infinity Pool and 5 bonkers horror thriller movies to stream

Infinity Pool
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Even though it debuted to very mixed reviews from critics and horror fans alike, Infinity Pool is one of the best horror thriller movies of the year. With its unnerving horror elements, explicit content, and outrageous premise, it is one of the most bonkers horror films currently available to stream online.

The movie is definitely not for everyone, but if you love high-concept thrillers that put characters in intense, extreme horror situations, Infinity Pool should be on your watch-list this Halloween season, and is currently available to stream on Hulu. But, there are many more bonkers horror thriller movies available to watch across different streaming platforms this fall too.

5 bonkers horror thriller movies and where to stream them

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Florence Pugh in Midsommar – Courtesy A24/Gabor Kotschy /

Midsommar (2019)

A folktale horror movie, Midsommar is praised as one of the best films from A24. The film’s idyllic setting juxtaposed with ritualistic violence puts it on our list of bonkers horror thriller movies. You can stream Midsommar with a Roku subscription, but it’s also available to rent on Prime Video and Apple TV.

Barbarian (2022)

The twists in this thriller film really bring audiences to new “depths” beneath the surface of the story. Taking place in what was supposed to be a rental home, the story uncovers wild, hidden secrets that unfold in a terrifying way. Barbarian is available to stream on Hulu and Max.

Split (2019)

Starring James McAvoy, Split tells the story of a man with dissociative identity disorder who kidnaps three teen girls. The girls encounter many of their captor’s alternate identities, and must find a way to escape before a new identity takes control of the others. The movie’s performances and unpredictability keep it feeling bonkers.  You can watch Split on both Hulu and Peacock.

Malignant (2021)

Called silly, campy, over-the-top, and extremely violent, Malignant’s gore is what makes it one of the most bonkers horror thriller movies — oh, and the memorable twist only makes things even more wild. Malignant is streaming now on Max.

Smile (2022)

Remembered for one of the most intense public marketing campaigns, Smile takes something that is universally known for happiness and turns it into something truly terrifying. The visuals are bonkers, and the story is haunting throughout the duration of the movie. Paramount+ is currently streaming Smile.

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