The most popular incest taboo films and TV shows on Netflix.
With a plethora of genres, from sci-fi to supernatural, the streaming service has the perfect platform to cater to the needs of the viewing public.
But how do you choose?
For the uninitiated, incest is when two people have sex without the consent of their parents, which can include anal, vaginal, oral or anal penetration.
The first time a child is involved, the parents usually feel guilty, which is why many parents feel they need to cover up for their children in order to avoid accusations of incest.
This is especially true in the UK where incest is not illegal, though some states have introduced incest legislation.
However, the legal age of consent is 15, and many parents who are sexually active have chosen to limit the incest they have with their children.
For many viewers, the idea of watching a film or TV show with a child involved in the plot is traumatic, and their desire to be safe is often strong.
How to choose the most popular and taboo incest taboo shows for Netflix?
It’s not easy to pinpoint the best incest taboo show for a particular age, as some incest taboo titles may have their own themes or storylines.
To help you narrow down the best shows, we’ve compiled a list of the best movies and TV episodes that have the most incest taboo themes.
Here’s a look at the most common themes and themes in the top 20.
The Mummy and the Curse of the Mummy (2003) The Mummy series is a supernatural mystery about a mummy and a curse.
It was the first major supernatural TV series that focused on the mummy and the curse, with the show introducing the concept of the mummy, which acts as a guardian and protector of the human race.
Since then, the series has become a cult hit, and it has inspired countless spin-offs.
A film adaptation of the series was released in 2012, and is now one of the highest grossing movies of all time.
The Exorcist (1973) In the mid-1970s, director Wes Craven’s film Exorcism starred Jennifer Connelly, who was the only female lead in the series.
She was the love interest for a serial killer who kidnaps women, and was later murdered.
Connelly has been one of horror films’ most iconic characters ever since.
Mummy on Ice (1982) Mummy on ICE is a series that was based on a series of books written by British author, Bram Stoker, which were published in the early 1970s.
Based on the novel by Anthony Burgess, the film featured the mummy as a character played by Nicole Kidman.
The Lost Boys (2004) This series of short films, set in a haunted house, tells the story of a group of teenage boys in rural Pennsylvania, who meet an evil ghost.
Museums have been around since the beginning of time, and are believed to be a result of ancient spirits from other dimensions.
In this case, the ghost is played by Kevin Spacey, who plays a middle-aged man with no memories.
The Conjuring (2012) A supernatural horror film, Conjuring is a family-friendly horror film that follows a young boy and his family, who must go on a trip to a haunted hotel to solve a mystery.
While the film was directed by the likes of Sam Raimi and Wes Cravas, it was also based on the popular book series by Stephen King.
The Cabin in the Woods (1958) If there’s one movie that defines horror, it’s The Cabin, and that’s a fact.
Set in an old cabin, the cabin is haunted by the spirit of a man who once owned it, and the young boys (played by Will Smith, Zachary Quinto and Jason Bateman) must find him before he returns.
The Babysitter, The Black Dahlia Murder (1972) Released in the US in 1977, this horror film follows the lives of four boys, who are sent on a family reunion when they find themselves in a mansion where the family of a wealthy businessman has disappeared.
Babysitter stars Michael Caine, who will be the first person to ever play a character who looks and acts like Caine in a horror film.
The Shining (1980) While The Shining is a classic horror film which has spawned countless spinoffs, the sequel is still considered one of modern cinema’s best, with a sequel coming out this summer.
Tobe Hooper starred in this film as a haunted orphan named Jack Torrance, and he is played with great talent in this adaptation.
The Twilight Zone (1956) When