The 'Scariest Movie In Years' Is Now On Netflix – And It's Based On A True Story
That's fine yeah we didn't want to sleep tonight anyway
Just when you think you've seen the freakiest horror movie there is out there, yet another comes along that promises to scare you so much you'll never sleep again.
Why. Do. We. Do. This. To. Ourselves. WHY.
Does anyone even like horror films? We dunno what it is, but there's an addictive thrill from being scared to within an inch of your life while sitting safe and sound on your couch. Which explains why the latest scary flick on Netflix has us curious already...
Veronica is a Spanish movie based on a true story of the unsolved case of a young girl in Madrid in 1992 named Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro, who mysteriously died after using an Ouija board.
Her parents reported that the house became haunted after her death and police reports at the time give an insight into the freaky scenes at the time.
It's being called the Spanish version of The Conjuring and it's freaking people out big time
Seriously – people are raving about this
Started watching Veronica on Netflix (huge REC fan so interested in anything Paco Plaza is involved in) but the demon walking down the hallway scene freaked me out so much I had to turn it off... #SuchAWuss pic.twitter.com/4oCcjQUJST— Matt (@weyland76) February 25, 2018
Umm just watched the Spanish horror movie on Netflix “Veronica” and I legit almost cried bc it’s so scary holy shit. That was a well done possession movie. Never sleeping again.— Erin 🖤 (@erincandy) March 2, 2018
We're not so sure if we will be brave enough to watch this tonight. The Sunday fear is bad enough...