Free Horror Titles on Crackle in April

April showers may bring May flowers, but on Crackle, the only thing blooming this month is pure terror. As the rain pours down and the skies darken, prepare to be drenched in fear as Crackle ushers in a torrent of terror all month long.

As the rain continues to fall, Crackle invites you to take shelter in the haunting world of Nosferatu. This 1922 silent classic follows the eerie Count Orlok as he sets his sights on a new residence and the unsuspecting wife of a real estate agent. Prepare to be captivated by the chilling visuals and Max Schreck’s unforgettable performance, which will leave you feeling as though the dampness of the season has seeped into your very bones.

Next, Crackle invites you to seek refuge at a Massachusetts island hotel in Witchery, where a photographer and several other guests find themselves stranded at a haunted locale, tormented by a malevolent woman in black. As this evil witch targets the unsuspecting visitors for her demonic ritual, their island getaway becomes a hellish entrapment with no way out.

But the real downpour of dread comes with Truth or Dare, a game that takes a deadly turn when someone – or something – begins to punish those who tell a lie or refuse the dare. As the body count rises, the players must confront the ultimate question: how far will they go to survive? Is honesty really the best policy, or are some secrets worth dying for?  

As the April showers continue to drench the outside world, Crackle provides a terrifying escape from the gloom with its spine-tingling selection of horror films. Prepare to be soaked in suspense and drenched in dread with these chilling titles available on Crackle this April.

Nosferatu (Available: April 1st)
Vampire Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and real estate agent Hutter’s wife.

Cast: Max Schreck (Peer Gynt), Alexander Granach (Voice in the Wind), Gustav von Wangenheim (Women in the Moon)

Honeybee (Available: April 1st)
A quiet town is jump-started by the arrival of an enigmatic family. With the arrival of the mysterious family just weeks before school is to let out, life suddenly becomes appealing.

Cast: Jane Wiedlin (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Connie Shi (Law & Order), Justin Parks (Reservation Dogs)

Truth or Dare (Available: April 1st)
A harmless game of Truth or Dare among friends turns deadly when someone – or something – begins to punish those who tell a lie or refuse the dare.

Cast: Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars), Tyler Posey (Alone), Violett Beane (God Friended Me)

Tilt (Available: April 1st)
An unemployed documentary filmmaker’s behavior becomes increasingly erratic in the months after his wife becomes pregnant.

Cast: Christian Calloway (Twin Peaks), Joseph Cross (Lincoln), Jessy Hodges (Barry)

The Dark Red (Available: April 1st)
A young woman is committed to a psychiatric hospital and claims her newborn was stolen by a secret society to harvest its supernatural blood.

Cast: April Billingsley (The Walking Dead), Kelsey Scott (12 Years a Slave), Conal Byrne (The Vault)

Dismissed (Available: April 1st)
A straight-edged teacher finds trouble when an honors student is willing to do anything to get an A.

Cast: Kent Osborne (Adventure Time), Dylan Sprouse (Beautiful Wedding), Rae Gray (Fear the Walking Dead)

Chopping Mall (Available: April 1st)
A group of young shopping mall employees stay behind for a late night party in one of the stores. When the mall goes on lock-down before they can get out, the robot security system malfunctions, and goes on a killing spree.

Cast: Kelli Maroney (Fast Times at Ridgemont High), Tony O’Dell (The Karate Kid), Russell Todd (Where the Boys Are)

Blood Monkey (Available: April 1st)
A renowned but mad professor leads a small group of American students into the jungles of Africa to investigate a remote tribe of killer chimpanzees rumored to be the missing link.

Cast: F. Murray Abraham (Amadeus), Matt Ryan (Layer Cake), Amy Manson (The Diplomat)

Evil Bong 420 (Available: April 1st)
When Rabbit escapes Evil Bong’s evil world, he opens a bowling alley, and decides to have a celebration with friends. Little does Rabbit know that not only is Evil Bong on his trail, he’s joined by Gingerdead Man, and they’re showing up invite or not!

Cast: Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise), John Patrick Jordan (Them), Robin Sydney (The Gingerdead Man)

Sector 7 (Available: April 1st)
A crew, drilling offshore for oil south of Jeju island, finds a lethal alien life form instead.

Cast: Ha Ji-Won (Tidal Wave), Ahn Sung-ki (Two Cops), Oh Ji-ho (Never Twice)

Witchery (Available: April 1st)
A photographer and others are stranded at a Massachusetts island hotel haunted by a woman in black.

Cast: David Hasselhoff (Knight Rider), Linda Blair (The Exorcist), Catherine Hickland (Knight Rider)

Nightmare at the End of the Hall (Available: April 1st)
A writer teaching at the school she attended encounters a student who seems to be the reincarnation of her dead classmate.

Cast: Sara Rue (The Rookie), Duncan Regehr (V), Kavan Smith (Supernatural)

Stoker Hills (Available: April 1st)
Three college students filming a horror movie find themselves trapped in their own worst nightmare. Their only hope for survival is two detectives who find the camera they left behind.

Cast: Tony Todd (Candyman), Steffani Brass (Six Feet Under), David Gridley (Far Haven)

This April, Crackle’s horror offerings serve as a chilling reminder that not all is bright and cheerful in the world. While the rain may cleanse the earth, the terrors that await on this streaming platform will seep into your soul, leaving an indelible mark.

From the haunting visage of Count Orlok to the ghostly woman in black, and the deadly consequences of a game gone wrong, these tales of terror will keep you captivated and unnerved throughout the month. As the raindrops pelt against your window, you’ll find yourself drawn into a world where the only certainty is that the horror never relents.

Crackle is a free ad-supported streaming service owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment. It features licensed content from Sony as well as other media companies. Crackle offers a wide variety of free movies and TV shows, along with a selection of original programming. Crackle is available as an app on streaming devices like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV as well as gaming consoles like PlayStation and Xbox. It’s also available as a mobile app on iOS and Android.

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