Horror fans ‘scared s***less’ after watching heart-stopping movie on Netflix | The Sun

HORROR fans have been scared "s***less" after watching terrifying movie There's Someone Inside Your House.

The 2021 American slasher film directed by Patrick Brice and written by Henry Gayden, is an adaptation of the 2017 novel of the same name by Stephanie Perkins.

It follows Makani Young, a senior transfer student from Hawaii who finds herself in the centre of gruesome murder cases after recently moving to a small town in Nebraska.

The graduating class at Osborne High is being targeted by a masked assailant, intent on exposing the darkest secret of each victim, and only a group of misfit outsiders can stop the killings.

However some viewers have been left feeling sick over the grisly murders.

One person wrote: "Just watched 5 mins of There's Someone Inside Your House and I’m already scared shitless….dare I go upstairs?"


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Another posted: "WOOOAAAHHH THERE. There's Someone Inside Your House on Netflix is a f****** great horror film. It’s like Scream (my fav movie of all time) re-booted for a new generation. Five bloody stars."

A third frightened viewer commented: "The plot twist….. the storylines…. Are small towns really like this???"

"There's Someone Inside Your House is scary lmao I gatta watch Alvin and the chipmunks after this," a fourth tweeted.

Another added: "Watching There's Someone Inside Your House, I don't know why I’m watching it so late cause I’m scary."

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This isn't the only film that has given streaming users nightmares.

Netflix fans have been left "terrified" and "wetting themselves" after watching horror movie Run.

Some viewers have begged fans not to view Korean film The Call alone.

While Spanish film Voces, or Don't Listen as it's billed in the UK, has been giving audiences nightmares.

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