Superstitious folk, the day you’ve been fearing has arrived.

As if you don’t have enough to be worried about already, March 13 falls on a Friday this year. So what should you do about it?

Scare the bejeezus out of yourself with a horror movie, naturally!

What should you watch on this unlucky day, other than the obvious “Friday the 13th” franchise? There are plenty of horror options from the last century, and even from the past year. But we’ll limit this list of picks to 13 films, in no particular order, that are worth watching on the 13th through scared, squinted eyes.

The 13th falls on a Friday this month. Will you watch a horror film to mark the occasion? In that case, we have some suggestions.

1. ‘The Hunt’ (2020)

What is it? President Trump has tweeted disapprovingly about this controversial and satirical horror film about a cabal of liberal “elites” who hunt and kill kidnapped conservative “deplorables.”

What will it make you afraid of? Polarizing political ideologies. 

How can you watch? The film’s release was delayed in the wake of mass shootings, but it’s finally heading into theaters on Friday.

2. ‘It Follows’ (2015)

What is it? After a sexual encounter, a college-age woman is followed by a haunting, supernatural presence. The low-budget flick had big box-office success.

What will it make you afraid of? The indie horror film cautions against sleeping with strangers, like many slasher films have before.

How can you watch? Amazon Prime, iTunes, Vudu

3. ‘Get Out’ (2017)

What is it? “Get Out” is the award-winning film about a black man who meets his white girlfriend’s family, and learns there’s something sinister going on.

What will it make you afraid of? Plenty of things, including people running at you, sets of china and fake smiles. 

How can you watch? YouTube, Amazon Prime, Vudu, iTunes, Google Play, Hulu

4. ‘It’ (2017)

What is it? The Stephen King adaptation still has the biggest horror opening weekend of time. Set in 1989, the film features the infamous evil clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgard) who scares kids. It’s better than the 2019 sequel.