After watching Tarot in theaters, check out these 5 similar horror movies on streaming

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Now that Tarot is out, tons of horror fans are flocking to the movie theater to see it. In fact, some people have already watched the film and are now looking for something similar to watch. If you're one of those people, you can stop your search now because we have just what you need. Below, we shared a list of some similar movies to the supernatural horror flick that are streaming right now.

Note: Two of the horror movies on this list aren't actually available to stream. However, we just had to include them on the list. You can still rent or purchase them on digital platforms.

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Imaginary (2024)

Maturity rating: PG-13

Cast: DeWanda Wise, Tom Payne, Taegen Burns, Pyper Braun, Matthew Sato, Veronica Falcón, Betty Buckley

When children's book author and illustrator Jessica moves back into her old childhood home with her new husband and step-children, she's looking forward to a fresh new start. But things go terribly wrong when her youngest stepdaughter, Alice, finds a teddy bear named Chauncey in the house and begins acting erratically. Jessica soon realizes that only she and Alice can see the bear because it's her old imaginary friend from when she was a kid. But Chauncey isn't a friendly imaginary friend. He's an evil spirit who is back with a vengeance after being abandoned by Jessica.

Where to watch: Available to rent or purchase on digital platforms like Amazon Video, Google Play, Vudu, Apple TV

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Smile (2022)

Maturity rating: R

Cast: Sosie Bacon, Caitlin Stasey, Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner, Kal Penn, Rob Morgan

Based on the short horror film Laura Hasn't Slept by Parker Finn, Smile centers around a therapist named Rose Cotter, who after witnessing a patient commit suicide, starts experiencing disturbing visions and occurrences that she can't explain. In order to survive, she must confront her dark past, figure out how to stop the horrifying entity haunting her, and beat the trauma-related curse before it's too late.

Where to watch: Paramount+, Amazon Prime Video, available to rent or buy digitally

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Talk to Me (2022)

Maturity rating: R

Cast: Sophie Wilde, Alexandra Jensen, Joe Bird, Otis Dhanji, Miranda Otto, Zoe Terakes

Talk to Me was arguably one of the best horror films to be released in 2022. It stars Sophie Wilde as Mia, a teen girl who is still struggling with the loss of her mother two years after her death. One day, Mia and her best friend Jade are hanging out looking at a video of a girl who looks to be possessed. Mia is intrigued by the video, but Jade not so much. In the end, Mia is able to convince Jade to sneak out of the house to attend a party of a classmate's. This is where the possessed girl was, and Mia wants to see if the girl was really possessed. Jade's younger brother tags along and they head to the party.

When they get there, they soon find out after playing with a mysterious severed and embalmed hand that they're able to conjure spirits by touching it and saying a certain phrase. It eventually turns into a party game where each partygoer takes turns contacting spirts. But someone ends up taking it too far and releases a sinister supernatural force.

Where to watch: Paramount+, available to rent or buy digitally

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The Boogeyman (2023)

Maturity rating: PG-13

Cast: Sophie Thatcher, Chris Messina, Vivien Lyra Blair, David Dastmalchian

Based on the short story of the same name by Stephen King, The Boogeyman centers around a grieving family who becomes haunted by a terrifying supernatural entity that feeds off of trauma after a disheveled man enters their house and leaves it behind.

Where to watch: Hulu, available to rent or buy digitally

Lights Out (2016)

Maturity rating: PG-13

Cast: Teresa Palmer, Gabriel Bateman, Alexander DiPersia, Billy Burke, Maria Bello

Another supernatural horror film similar to Tarot is Lights Out, which involves an evil entity haunting people. It's based on the short film of the same name by David F. Sandberg and focuses on a family tormented by a sinister supernatural force that kills its victims in the dark.

Here's the official synopsis via Rotten Tomatoes:

"When Rebecca (Teresa Palmer) left home, she thought that her childhood fears were behind her. As a young girl growing up, she was never really sure of what was real when the lights went out at night. Now, her little brother Martin (Gabriel Bateman) is experiencing the same unexplained and terrifying events that jeopardized her safety and sanity. Holding a mysterious attachment to their mother (Maria Bello), a supernatural entity has returned with a vengeance to torment the entire family."

Where to watch: Available to rent or purchase on digital platforms like Amazon Video, Google Play, Vudu, YouTube, Apple TV

Will you be watching any of these horror movies?

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