12 Noteworthy Genre Movies to Stream at Home in June 2023

Written by on June 2, 2023

Welcome to June, a hefty month for horror on streaming. As we rapidly approach the halfway point of 2023, this month’s new additions to various streaming platforms lean heavily on recent releases. That means an extra packed month, giving you plenty of time to catch up on many of 2022 and 2023’s biggest releases. 

Here are thirteen noteworthy horror titles available for streaming in June 2023 on some of the most popular streaming services, along with when/where you can watch them.

Baby Ruby – Hulu (June 3)

Baby Ruby

Writer/Director Bess Wohl’s debut feature, Baby Ruby, uses psychological horror to put viewers in the shoes of a new mother unraveling after giving birth. Jo (Jumbo’s Noémie Merlant) exudes style and perfection. She’s an influencer with a blog so successful that she has a staff, including a close assistant. But her carefully curated idyllic life unravels when newborn Ruby enters the world. Everyday maternal anxieties crescendo into full-blown paranoia and fear that Ruby might be out to get her the more bizarre her baby behaves.

Margaux –Paramount+ (June 5)


Director Steven C. Miller (Silent Night, First Kill, Escape Plan 2) takes on smart technology horror. As a group of seniors celebrate their final college days at a smart house, the house’s highly advanced AI system, Margaux, begins to take on a deadly presence of her own. A carefree weekend of partying turns into a dystopian nightmare as they realize Margaux’s plans to eliminate her tenants one way or another.

Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares: The Robert Englund Story – SCREAMBOX (June 6)

SCREAMBOX Celebrates Robert Englund With Epic Documentary, "Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares"!

This intimate portrait of the horror icon features interviews with Robert Englund, his wife Nancy, and such genre favorites as Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Lance Henriksen, Bill Moseley, Eli Roth, Lin Shaye, Heather Langenkamp, Mick Garris, Andrew Divoff, William Katt, Jeffrey Reddick, Corey Taylor, and more! The perfect watch to celebrate #RobertEnglundDay.

Brooklyn 45 – Shudder (June 9)

Brooklyn 45

Despite the spooky séance setup in Brooklyn 45, writer/director Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still HereMohawk) is less interested in exploring a literal interpretation of ghosts. Instead, the filmmaker connects the ghosts of our past as a metaphor for present-day national turmoil and paranoia. The period-set chamber piece gives precedence to fraught tension as a séance among friends goes horrifically awry.

Renfield – Peacock (June 9)

Renfield VOD

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Director Chris McKay (The Tomorrow War) and writer Ryan Ridley (“Rick and Morty”) bring Universal classic characters Dracula (Nicolas Cage) and Renfield (Nicholas Hoult) into the modern world for a horror-comedy about a toxic relationship between a megalomaniac and his bug-eating servant. McKay unleashes the gore and laughs in spades in his tribute to these classic characters.

There’s Something Wrong with The Children – Prime Video (June 16)

There's Something Wrong with the Children

A weekend getaway becomes an intense nightmare when the children disappear one night only to return the next day, acting peculiarly. Director Roxanne Benjamin (Body at Brighton RockSouthbound) and screenwriters T.J. Cimfel and David White make it apparent early on that they’re more interested in using a familiar setup to explore new angles within the subgenre, subverting a few tropes in the process.

New Religion – SCREAMBOX (June 20)

New Religion

After her daughter’s death, divorced Miyabi begins working as a call girl. One day, she meets an unsettling customer who wants to take pictures of her body parts. Soon, she realizes that her daughter’s spirit gets closer every time she allows her body to be photographed. She must decide how far she will go to connect with her daughter again. Expect things to get surreal in this body horror feature by Keishi Kondo.

Infinity Pool – Hulu (June 23)

Infinity Pool

Writer/Director Brandon Cronenberg returns to the deep well of surreal, grotesque sci-fi horror. Cronenberg doles out heady, warped horror at the resort-set Infinity Pool, which sees James Foster (Alexander Skarsgård) caught in a vicious cycle of violence and debauchery when he meets Gabi (Mia Goth). It’s as starkly funny as it is shocking.

Barbarian – Hulu (June 25)

Barbarian "Mother"

A simple rental nightmare sets up an intense pressure cooker scenario without limits to the midnight madness. At its core, Barbarian presents two sides of the same coin reacting to one hellish scenario. From it, it unleashes one sadistic and gruesome horror thriller unafraid to be as biting with its pitch-black humor as its horror.

Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham – Max (June 26)

Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham Max Streaming June

Inspired by the comic book series by Mike Mignola (Hellboy), Richard Pace, and Troy Nixey, Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham is a brand-new animated movie that embraces horror. The logic/science-driven Batman must battle Lovecraftian supernatural forces threatening the sheer existence of Gotham, along the way being aided and confronted by reimagined versions of his well-known allies and enemies, including Green Arrow, Ra’s al Ghul, Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc, Two-Face, James Gordon and Bruce’s beloved wards.

M3GAN  – Prime Video (June 27)

M3GAN Blu-ray

M3GAN reunited producer James Wan and screenwriter Akela Cooper, responsible for 2021’s highly entertaining Malignant, and put Housebound’s Gerard Johnstone at the helm. It resulted in a murderous killer doll with style and dance moves, ensuring the year kicked off with a meme-able horror comedy that had everyone talking.

Run Rabbit Run – Netflix (June 28)

Run Rabbit Run june streaming netflix

Sarah Snook (“Succession”) plays a fertility doctor who believes firmly in life and death, but after noticing the strange behavior of her young daughter, she must challenge her own values and confront a ghost from her past. Daina Reid  (“Shining Girls,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “The Outsider”) directed the film, written by Hannah Kent (The Good People, Devotion). 

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