Netflix Fans ‘Scared to Turn the Lights out’ After Watching New Movie

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Netflix’s latest horror movie launch has got people terrified to turn out the lights, and it’s not hard to see why.

Feeling tempted to take on the challenge? Keep scrolling to see which film is creating such a fuss and to watch the trailer for yourself…

Nothing about being completely creeped out, jumping out of your skin, or sleeping with the light on after embarking on a late-night horror movie viewing seems all that appealing. But somehow, the horror franchise has racked up quite a significant fanbase.

From ghosts and demons to gore and cold-blooded murder, there seems to be no end to what producers can come up with for their latest horror-related ventures, and for what we are willing to endure.

No matter how frightening or gory, it seems we just can’t stop watching.

With decades worth of horror cinematic history, we have gotten used to the usual horror tropes thrown at us on-screen, so writers are constantly having to find frightening new avenues to explore to add a new narrative to the classic horror franchise.

The platform seems to be really good at roping in horror fans with its tantalizing spooky offerings.

Of course, we all know The Haunting of Hill House.

The series gave a prolonged adrenaline-inducing experience of the horror genre.

Take creepy new horror series like Marianne (read more about it at the end) for instance, or the mind-bending movie Eli. 

Or how about The Perfection?

That movie was both bizarre and creepy.

Gerald’s Game… the adaption of Stephen King’s creepy thriller had us well and truly biting our nails.

That’s why we love Netflix so much, right?

Proceed with caution…

Who accidentally invents a device that amplifies the paranormal activity in his house.

He comes home to be with his 2 younger siblings – bringing the machine along with him.

But it soon becomes clear that they have unleashed the wrong kind of spirit – and it’s certainly not their parents.

As well as the classic tropes like jump scares and am overall chilling atmosphere.

Horror movies aren’t always known for scoring highly, so this is a pretty impressive feat.

Viewers had some very strong reactions.

“our house on netflix good asf.”

And have been left keeping a watchful eye open for demons in their own home.

Looks like this is a movie is sure to play on your mind.

“Well, guess I’m not sleeping for the next month then FML,” penned one user.

“Keep convincing myself there are shadow figures outside my room so am resorting to buying a night light… I’m 30.”

Want more like this? Scroll on to learn more about a horror series that people are saying you shouldn’t watch alone…