If the concept of swiping to find love sounds absolutely horrific to you, don’t fear because we’ve got you covered this Valentine’s Day. While your Roku player can certainly be your ultimate wingman, it can also help all of you single ladies/men out there say, “to heck with love,” and survive V-day with some good old-fashioned scare tactics.
The search for love may make you want to vomit but your Roku player and the ever-handy Roku Search feature won’t leave you hanging, unlike your right swipe. Here are some of the top searched* horror flicks for your Valentine’s Day enjoyment.
The Visit (2015): A teen and her younger brother discover a shocking secret about their seemingly charming grandparents while staying at their remote Pennsylvania farm. Available to stream on Amazon Video, Google Play, M-GO, and VUDU.
Crimson Peak (2015): A woman investigates ghostly visions at a remote gothic mansion where she lives with her new husband and mysterious sister-in-law. Available to stream on Amazon Video, Google Play, M-GO and VUDU.
Bone Tomahawk (2015): In the Old West, a sheriff, his deputy, a gunslinger, and a cowboy embark on a mission to rescue three people from a savage group of cave dwellers. Available to stream on Amazon Video, Google Play and VUDU.
What We Do in the Shadows (2014): Vampire housemates try to cope with the complexities of modern life and show a newly turned hipster some of the perks of being undead. Available to stream on Amazon Video, Google Play, HBO GO, M-GO, and VUDU
The Thing (1982): Antarctic outpost men fight a slimy alien able to assume the form of the life it engulfs. Available to stream on Amazon Video, CinemaNow, ENCORE PLAY, Google Play, M-GO, Time Warner Cable, and VUDU.
*Based on U.S. Roku search data from 2/1 – 2/13/16