Free Horror Titles on Crackle in November!

The final orange leaves of autumn fall as Halloween’s end brings on the approaching cold of winter. The bare trees creak and groan as the chill of the coming snow season spreads over the land. Stay inside where it’s warm and bright because something scary is stirring in the growing darkness. Crackle’s newest offerings beckon you toward evil pleasures and malevolent delights.

Prepare for madness and mayhem with the gruesome Black Friday, where a maniacal mob of parasite-infected shoppers descend on a toy store, forcing the employees to fend off the ravenous hordes.

Revisit the Golden Age of slashers with Sleepaway Camp, a disturbing tale of the shy Angela sent to summer camp after a family tragedy, where campers start meeting bizarre and violent ends.

Brace yourself as the phone rings and the haunting words echo: “Have you checked the children?” Experience unrelenting terror in When A Stranger Calls, as a psychopathic killer stalks and threatens a babysitter before returning seven years later to continue his twisted hunt.

Abandon hope and surrender to the unholy terror soon to rise, summoned forth by Crackle’s chilling catalog of horror arriving this November. Check below for the complete list of frights coming your way, as the cold winds howl.

Black Friday (Available: November 1st)
A group of toy store employees must protect each other from a horde of parasite-infected shoppers.

Cast: Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead), Devon Sawa (Final Destination), Ivana Baquero (Pan’s Labyrinth)

Havenhurst (Available: November 1st)
Havenhurst’s newest tenant Jackie finds herself drawn to the the mysteries of this gothic building. As she investigates the disappearance of her apartment’s previous occupant, she discovers there’s much to fear within the walls of Havenhurst.

Cast: Julie Benz (Dexter), Belle Shouse (Queen America), Josh Stamberg (The Affair)

Sleepaway Camp (Available: November 1st)
After a terrible boating accident killed her family, shy Angela Baker is sent to Camp Arawak. Shortly after her arrival a series of bizarre and violent “accidents” begin to claim the lives of various campers.

Cast: Felissa Rose (Krampus: The Devil Returns), Jonathan Tiersten (Plan 9), Christopher Collett (The Langoliers)

Shrooms (Available: November 1st)
Five American college students experience a particularly bad trip while vacationing in Ireland.

Cast: Lindsey Haun (Village of the Damned), Jack Huston (American Hustle), Max Kasch (Holes)

Chopping Mall (Available: November 1st)
Eight teenagers are trapped after hours in a high-tech shopping mall and pursued by three murderous security robots out of control.

Cast: Kelli Maroney (Fast Times at Ridgemont High), Tony O’Dell (The Karate Kid), Russell Todd (Friday the 13th: Part II)

The Delivered (Available: November 1st)
Fanny Lye lives a quiet Puritan life with her husband John and young son Arthur, but her simple world is shaken to its core by the unexpected arrival of a mysterious young couple in need. An unexpected visit from the local Sheriff causes events to escalate that changes Fanny’s disciplined life forever.

Cast: Maxine Peake (Shameless), Charles Dance (Gosford Park), Freddie Fox (The Three Musketeers)

When A Stranger Calls (1979) (Available: November 1st)
A psychopathic killer terrorizes a babysitter, then returns seven years later to menace her again.

Cast: Carol Kane (Scrooged), Charles Durning (Dog Day Afternoon), Rutanya Alda (The Deer Hunter)

The Children (Available: November 1st)
A nuclear plant leak turns a bus-load of children into murderous atomic zombies with black fingernails.

Cast: Martin Shakar (Saturday Night Fever), Gil Rogers (Breaking Point), Gale Garnett (My Big Fat Greek Wedding)

Howl (2015) (Available: November 1st)
On a stormy night, passengers on the last train out of London begin to panic after coming to a sudden halt. They soon realize there’s something dangerous lurking in the forest, and it’s stalking the besieged train and picking them off one-by-one.

Cast: Elliot Cowan (Alexander), Rosie Day (Outlander), Calvin Dean (Doctor Who)

Rampant (Available: November 1st)
Returning from a long imprisonment abroad, Prince Ganglim discovers that it will take the strength of his entire kingdom to stop the bloody rampage of murderous creatures known as Night Demons from overrunning ancient Korea.

Cast: Hyun Bin (Secret Garden), Seo Ji-hye (Punch), Jang Dong-Gun (A Normal Family)

Prom Night (Available: November 1st)
The anniversary of the death of a girl playing hide-and-seek with four friends coincides six years later with prom night. One by one the remaining four are killed until only one remains.

Cast: Leslie Nielsen (The Naked Gun), Jamie Lee Curtis (Knives Out), Casey Stevens (Threshold)

Apartment 143 (Available: November 16th)
A team of parapsychologists try to figure out a strange phenomenon occurring in an apartment building.

Cast: Kai Lennox (Green Room), Gia Mantegna (Unaccompanied Minors), Michael O’Keefe (Caddyshack)

Satanic (Available: November 16th)
4 friends seek dark adventure and end up in a demonic time loop.

Cast: Sarah Hyland (Vampire Academy), Steven Krueger (Yellowjackets), Justin Chon (Twilight)

So, douse the lights and bar the doors, as Crackle’s November offerings dredge up horrors from the darkest corners of your imagination, filled with blood-curdling scenes destined to haunt your nightmares. From unsettling psychological terrors to visceral slasher carnage, this curated collection of cruel and macabre cinema will drag you into the very depths of fear.

Gather your courage If you dare to delve into this lineup, but do not expect to emerge unscathed. Crackle’s nightmare-inducing schedule will leave you sleepless, dreading what fresh horrors each new day brings. For this November offers a relentless onslaught of terrors wrought to torment body and soul alike. By dawn, you may find yourself irrevocably changed, haunted by the grim revelations of mankind’s infinite capacity for evil.

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