Every month, Netflix streams plenty of new movies to its costumers worldwide and April is no exception. They have revealed their spring line-up for the month ahead, and it includes two new horror releases that you simply can't miss. Especially if your already did so when they were in the theater. We also get three classic sequels, one franchise starter that launched an epic series, and a couple of lesser known oddities for the horror aficionado who thinks they've seen it all. Well, we're here to say you probably haven't! Take a look at the 9 can't miss horror movies coming to Netflix over the course of the next couple of weeks. You'll want to make sure you queue them up, and keep the lights on!
 The Babadook
A troubled widow (Essie Davis) discovers that her son is telling the truth about a monster that entered their home through the pages of a children's book. Streaming: April 14.
 The Quiet Ones
An unorthodox college professor leads his best students off the grid to perform a dangerous experiment to create a poltergeist. Operating under the theory that paranormal activity is triggered by negative human energy, the group uses a series of tests to push a young woman to the edge of sanity. Frightening occurrences with unspeakable consequences subsequently unfold, leading the researchers to the realization that they have unleashed a force more terrifying than they could have imagined. Streaming: April 3.
Residents of a worn-down Iranian city encounter a skateboarding vampire (Sheila Vand) who preys on men who disrespect women. Streaming: April 21.
 The Awakening
In post-World War I England a writer and sometime-ghost hunter (Rebecca Hall) investigates a reported haunting at a boys boarding school. Streaming: April 10.
An anesthesiologist (Wrenn Schmidt) must awaken her animal instincts when she, her husband and her brother-in-law become the quarry of unseen hunters who want to turn them all into trophies. Streaming: April 7.
Under cover of night, vampires engage in an age-old battle with their sworn enemies, the Lycans, a clan of violent werewolves. Selene (Kate Beckinsale), a vampire orphaned in the wake of a bloody Lycan attack, works for the vampire clan as a trained killer. When the Lycans take a mysterious interest in Michael Corvin (Scott Speedman), an exceptional mortal doctor, Selene struggles to save him from Lucian (Michael Sheen), a ruthless Lycan leader hellbent on ending the vampire bloodline. Streaming: April 1.
 Leprechaun 3
One night in Las Vegas, a pawn shop owner purchases a statue of a leprechaun from a mysterious stranger. He ignores the stranger's warning to never remove the statue's golden medallion and takes it for himself. Instantly the statue transforms into the murderous Leprechaun (Warwick Davis), who vows to kill anyone who takes his gold. Scott McCoy (John Gatins), who unwittingly took a gold coin from the pawn shop, and Tammy (Lee Armstrong), Scott's new friend, are first on the list. Streaming: April 1.
 Leprechaun 4: In Space
Resurfacing on an alien planet, the Leprechaun (Warwick Davis) abducts a member of the world's royalty, Princess Zarina (Rebekah Carlton), in an attempt to wed her and become the supreme ruler. Unfortunately for the diminutive schemer, well-armed soldiers arrive to foil his plans. Not easily defeated, however, the feisty Leprechaun continues to battle the warriors while also contending with the warped scientist known as Dr. Mittenhand (Guy Siner). Streaming: April 1.
 Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood
City hairdresser Emily Woodrow (Tangi Miller) finds the answer to her financial problems when she stumbles upon a chest brimming with gold. Although she and her friends quickly go from rags to riches, they discover that the gold belongs to someone else: an evil leprechaun (Warwick Davis) who has returned from hell to claim his treasure. Speaking in riddles and rhymes, the demon stalks his victims with ruthless determination -- and scores some really good pot along the way. Streaming: April 1.