Are you looking for the best of the best when it comes to streaming horror content? Did you take a look at the Fright-A-Thon Horror Movie Marathon 2021 schedule and go “damn, I don’t own that movie, where is it streaming?” Well you’re in luck, because our friends at Peacock have a metric ton of horror and slasher content coming to their platform starting October 1st. When I say this is a lot of content, I mean it. If there’s an 80s slasher series that you love, it’s here. Whether that’s A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Child’s Play, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or Halloween Kills. They’ll have it. The only one missing is the Halloween series, but that’s locked up by Shudder at the moment. You can check out the full schedule below.

Coming October 1st To Peacock

30 Days of Night, 2007
Alien vs. Predator, 2004
Bad Moon, 1996
The Blob, 1988
Bride of Chucky, 1998
The Burbs, 1989
Cat People, 1982
Child’s Play 2, 1990
Child’s Play 3, 1991
Cult of Chucky, 2017
Curse of Chucky, 2013
Curse of the Fly, 1965
Day of the Dead, 1985
Devil, 2010
Dracula, 1931
Dracula, 1979
The Fly, 1958
Freddy Vs. Jason, 2003
Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare, 1991

Friday the 13th, 1980
Friday the 13th – Part II, 1981
Friday the 13th – Part V: A New Beginning, 1985
Friday the 13th – Part VI: Jason Lives, 1986
Friday the 13th – Part VII: The New Blood, 1988
Friday the 13th – Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, 1989
The Funhouse, 1981
Gremlins, 1984
Gremlins 2: The New Batch, 1990
The Hills Have Eyes 2, 2007
I Know What You Did Last Summer, 1997
It Follows, 2015
Jason X, 2001

A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984
A Nightmare on Elm Street, 2010
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, 1985
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors, 1987
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, 1988
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, 1989
The Omen, 2006
The People Under the Stairs, 1991
Predator, 1987
Predator 2, 1990
Predators, 2010
Prince of Darkness, 1987
Prometheus, 2012
Psycho IV: The Beginning, 1990
Return of the Fly, 1959
Rings, 2017
Saw, 2004
Saw 2, 2005
Saw 3, 2006
Saw 3D, 2010
Saw 4, 2007
Saw 5, 2008
Saw 6, 2009
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, 2019
Seed of Chucky, 2004
Separation, 2021
Shocker, 1989
The Sixth Sense, 1999
The Skeleton Key, 2005
Slither, 2006
Tales from the Hood 3, 2020
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, 2003
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, 1986
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, 2006
Videodrome, 1983
Village of the Damned, 1995

Coming October 2nd

Tales from the Hood 2, 2018

Coming October 13th

Dead Silence, 2007

Coming October 15th

Halloween Kills, 2021

Coming October 21st

The Girl In The Woods Season 1

Why It’s Insane And Awesome For Peacock To Have This Much Content

Normally around this season, you see the streaming services advertising their horror content. Most of the time it’s not really anything to write home about. You might have ONE series represented here, and in some cases, not all the movies. Not only do you have the big mainstream horror franchises represented here, you have more obscure gems that normal fans might not know about. Shocker? The People Under The Stairs? Cat People? It’s going to be great for someone who hasn’t seen all these movies to check them out. And on Peacock, besides their terrible UI, it’s got other great horror content already.

Remember back to when you first started getting into horror movies. For some it might be before the internet, some might be like me and caught the movies on cable or early streaming. This is someone else’s chance to watch these films for the first time. Streaming is basically the new cable, and these are the full length versions of the films. No edits. No tricks. No weird TV cuts. This is just the horror movies and their theatrical versions.

We all start somewhere in horror, this time it might be on Peacock for a budding horror fan.

For more on horror, check out Fright-A-Thon for the entire content marathon, or stay tuned to That Hashtag Show.