Not only is there a coronavirus pandemic, but it’s also Friday the 13th. It’s the perfect time to cuddle on the couch with your sweetie and scare yourself silly. Thanks to modern day streaming technology, you can easily practice social distancing while watching your favorite horror flick. No need to leave home, but for many of these movies, you should wait for your kids to go to sleep so they don’t have nightmares.

We’ve compiled a list of 13 horror movies that are available to stream today. You’re welcome. Get ready, get set, hit play!

  1. “Friday the 13th”

    This is the obvious movie to stream on Friday the 13th, so it’s number one on our list. You can find the 2009 version of the classic horror flick streaming on Netflix.

  2. “It”

    It’s hard to beat a horror movie based on a Stephen King novel. This 2017 adaptation is available to stream on YouTube and Amazon Prime.

  3. “A Quiet Place”

    Do you like scary movies that involve aliens? This 2018 movie is sure to please. You can stream it on Hulu.

  4. “Babadook”

    Want to see a movie you’ve probably never seen before? Check out this 2014 Australian hit. It’s available on YouTube, Amazon Prime and Hulu.

  5. “Don’t Look Under the Bed”

    Disney+ is the place to relive some of the movies you grew up with. This Disney Channel Original Movie from the ’90s is a great throwback.

  6. “Zombieland”

    We’re currently in a pandemic not the zombie apocalypse, but you can get your fill of zombies in this 2009 movie. Stream it on Hulu.

  7. “Unfriended”

    Ghosts, bullying and video chat. This 2015 movie is available on Hulu, Amazon Prime and YouTube.

  8. “The Haunted Mansion”

    Turn to Disney+ for this tale based on the popular theme park attraction.

  9. “Scary Movie”

    Another obvious movie title for when you want a scary movie, so we couldn’t leave it off our list. This parody is good for a laugh. Stream it on Netflix.

  10. “The Nightmare Before Christmas”

    If you’re looking for a movie you can watch with the kids, this is probably your best bet. We’re never really sure whether this is a Christmas movie for people who love Halloween or a Halloween movie for people who love Christmas. Either way, it’s appropriate for Friday the 13th. Stream it on Disney+.

  11. “Midsommar”

    Looking for a horror comedy? Yes, that’s a thing. Check out this movie on Amazon Prime.

  12. “Little Monsters”

    Another comedy, but this one involves zombies. Yes, it’s still a horror movie. Your kids will probably like it too, unless they’re really young. Stream it on Hulu.

  13. “Rosemary’s Baby”

    This well-crafted film is definitely worth watching even if you’ve already seen it. It’s available to stream on Amazon Prime.