13 horror movies and thrillers leaving Netflix in January 2022

A new month is approaching and unfortunately that means that while many great new movies and shows are coming to Netflix in January 2022, there are also many leaving Netflix in January.

All of the horror and thriller content exodusing this month is already gone, with most of it leaving on January 1 and Snowdrops making its quick exit a day later. If you had any of the following movies on your watchlist and missed the opportunity to watch them while they were available on Netflix, you may still be able to watch them on another platform. form of streaming.

Horror leaves Netflix in January 2022

JAN. 1

  • Case 39 (2009)
  • Forensic files (Collections 1-9)
  • Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)
  • Pet Sematary 2 (1992)
  • Premonition (2007)
  • The fourth kind (2009)
  • Step-father (2009)
  • The foreigners (2008)
  • Underworld (2003)
  • Underworld: awakening (2012)
  • Underworld the uprising of the Lycans (2009)
  • Zodiac (2007)

JAN. 2

Additionally, while this isn’t a horror franchise, vampire fans will want to jump on The Twilight Saga before he’s gone. The franchise leaves Netflix January 16 and move to Peacock, which will become their new streaming home.

Several of the above movies haven’t even been on Netflix for very long, but it’s not uncommon for movies to come and go, especially since some of them were likely added specifically for the season. Halloween and have now entered into their brief licensing agreements.

The good news is that some of the movies listed above are available to stream on other platforms.

  • Case 39 is available to stream on Hulu and EPIX.
  • Forensic files is available for free streaming on Tubi, Pluto or IMDb TV, or with a subscription on Peacock.
  • Pet Sematary 2 is available to stream on Starz.
  • Premonition is available to stream on Starz.
  • Snowdrops is available to stream on HBO Max.
    • You can also now watch the first two seasons of Snowdrops, the TV show, ahead of the Season 3 premiere.

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