Amazon Prime Horror Shows 2021 For the Entertaining Chills

Amazon Prime Video has a huge collection of TV shows and movies from different corners of the world. Whether it be horror, thriller, romance or drama, there’s something for everyone here. That being said, Amazon Prime horror shows 2021 is a bit on the slimmer side, with the Welcome to Blumhouse features dominating the release charts. If you’re wondering what Amazon Prime horror movies and shows to watch, here’s a list!


Following the topic of feticide and the pressures of pregnancy, ministered the horror along with something supernatural to gasp at, Chhorii has Nushrratt Bharuccha trying to protect herself and her unborn baby from everything and everyone that can hurt them. Although the length can get intimidating and a bit boring for some, the twists and turns and outcome at the end will be satisfying, and disturbing, enough to keep you waiting till the last with bated breath.

Watch Chhorii here. Or, you can check out our review.

Bingo Hell

Bingo Hell is such a very quirky horror movie. It’s funny and administers the fear of the old in your bones. Ok, that’s a bit over-the-top, but I mean it when I say that the movie focuses on the problems and grievances of a generation left behind in this fast-paced world. Bingo Hell is scary with its real-life implications and creepy and disturbing with its colourful imagery and gooey deaths. It’s not the best out there (I mean, if you’re interested to watch “colourful” horror movies, then check Color Out of Space), but it’s still pretty great.

Watch Bingo Hell here, or check out our review here.

Black as Night

Welcome to Blumhouse movies, this time around, were extremely focused on racial injustice and gentrification and Black as Hell is a testament of that. A vampire movie with a message at heart, this Amazon Prime horror movie 2021, starring Asjha Cooper as the kickass protagonist, delivers something worth thinking about. Although the movie feels a bit too long sometimes, it’s still a fun and entertaining watch for those of you who like vampires but in a much milder capacity.

Watch Black as Night here, or read our review of the movie here.


Another movie on racial injustice and inequality, but this time set in 1953 Los Angeles, Them, starring Deborah Ayorinde, Ashley Thomas, and Alison Pill, is creepy and disturbing. With amazing performances that will give you the chills, this Amazon Prime horror show 2021 will give you sleepless nights and something to think about.

Them can be watched here, or you can read our review of the TV show here.

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