Stephen King Movies On Netflix
We can all agree that Steven King is one of the best story writers to ever live. He has delivered some of the most memorable and astounding stories that grip you until the very end. So it is always an amazing gift when his stories are brought to life and are put on our screens. At least when executed correctly. Luckily, Netflix has a handful of Stephen King movies and shows for you to enjoy!
That brings us to why you are here. You must obviously be a Stephen King fan and must also have the ever appreciated Netflix service. So, to please people like you we have decided to bring you an epic list of all the best Stephen King movies on Netflix right now. Before we get started we will say we left the 2002 Carrie off this list. That’s simply because it sucks and should stay away from your screen. If you want to watch Carrie you should watch the original 1976 film. That one is worth the watch. Nevertheless, just keep on scrolling to see what incredible movies we have in store for you!
Theres no doubt in our minds that you are a Stephen King fan. Because of that, you should check out our ultimate Stephen King movies list to make sure you’ve seen them all!
1. Gerald’s Game
The first of the Stephen King movies on Netflix is one that really knocked it out of the park. Gerald’s Game is such a great psychological horror film and it will keep your heart pounding throughout the entire film!
If you liked Gerald’s Game, then you have to check out our list of the best psychological thriller movies you need to watch.
Gerald’s Game Movie Description
Married couple Jessie (Carla Gugino) and Gerald (Bruce Greenwood) have decided to take a trip to an isolated cabin for the holidays. While there they decide to try and spice up their sex life by trying a kinky sex game. However, after Jessie is handcuffed to the bed Gerald ends up having a heart attack and dying, leaving his wife tied up with nowhere to go. No matter how loud she screams, no one will hear. As time goes by she begins to hallucinate and hear strange noises. With no food or water, Jessie must figure out how to escape before she inevitably runs out of time.
2. The Shawshank Redemption
There’s not much to say about this one other than if you haven’t seen it there is definitely something wrong with you. This is one of the best movies ever made and you must watch it at all costs.
Check out our post on all the amazing location used to film The Shawshank Redemption.
The Shawshank Redemption Movie Description
Serving two consecutive life sentences for a crime he did not commit, Andy Dufresne’s (Tim Robbins) life will never be the same. He has been convicted for the murder of his wife and her lover. Andy will serve his time at Shawshank Prison known for its rough nature. While there he befriends a man named Red (Morgan Freeman), learns the extreme brutalities of the prison life, learns to adapt and survive, and much more, all within 19 years.
This movie will teach you to never mess with a man’s land. Even if he’s your husband. It’s a great thriller and we’re very happy it’s on Netflix!
1922 Movie Description
Willfred (Thomas Jane) a farmer who lives with his wife Arlette (Molly Parker) and son Henry (Dylan Schmid) in Nebraska is plotting the murder of his wife. They have been arguing about whether they should sell the land which Arlette had inherited, and move to Omaha once it’s sold. Willfred wants to keep the land and won’t even consider selling it. He manages to convince his young son Henry to help him kill his mother. Together they work on the best way to murder Arlette and get away with it.
4. In The Tall Grass
So this was received with mixed feelings by everyone. Now, it isn’t the best adaptation of a Stephen King novel, however, we do believe it’s a pretty good horror film that does offer some good scares. All in all, it was enjoyable!
In The Tall Grass Movie Description
Cal (Avery Whitted) along with his pregnant sister Becky (Laysla De Oliveira) are traveling to San Diego so that Becky can go live with their aunt. On the way there they end up stopping near an old church and hear a boy named Tobin (Will Buie Jr.) yelling for help from a close-by field of tall grass. Concerned by this they end up entering the field to search for the boy. However, as they will soon find out, there is an evil lurking within the grass that will not let them escape.
5. The Mist
Now we come to The Mist! And this one is actually a show and not a movie. There is a movie also called The Mist but that isn’t on Netflix. It’ll definitely keep you captivated and if you haven’t seen it you should go ahead and watch it!
The Mist Movie Description
Kevin (Morgan Spector), his wife Eve (Alyssa Sutherland), and daughter Alex (Gus Birney) live together in a small town. While attending a party Alex is raped and her close friend Adrien (Russell Posner) lets her know it was the football team quarter back Jay Hiesel (Luke Cosgrove). All the while an eerie thick mist begins to swallow the town. Something sinister lurks in the mist and begins to kill people who find themselves in it.
To end off all the Stephen King movies on Netflix we actually have another show! We’re just giving you everything that’s Stephen King on Netflix so that means shows as well! Except for Carrie and you know why! Back to this, if you haven’t seen Haven it’s worth a watch, it’ll suck you into its story real quick!
Haven Movie Description
Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) is an FBI agent who has a new case to work on. At first, she believed it would be a routine close and shut case. However, when she arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine she begins to become swallowed into the return of The Trouble. It’s a plague that has afflicted the small town at least twice before and has supernatural occurrences that can’t be explained.