Amazon Prime Video’s Halloween Category is Not For The Faint of Heart




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couple watching scary movieHalloween is just around the corner, and Amazon Prime Video has made it’s ultimate scary movie category, appropriately called “Chillers and Thrillers.” You don’t have to look any further for your Halloween horror fix.

If scary movies aren’t your jam, Prime has you covered with a different type of nail-biter – Thursday Night Football! It’s back with some exciting new features we talked about here. The TNF schedule on Prime Video kicked off September 26.

Whatever you choose, your October watchlist just became a lot more thrilling.

Here’s a list of what will be available in the Chillers and Thrillers category:

Included with Prime Video

Available for Rent and Purchase

Available on Prime Video Channels

Which do you prefer for your fall lineup – football or scary movies?

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