Netflix horror flick Within is a “mind f***” says viewers.
A newly-added Netflix horror movie has left viewers “sh**ing themselves”.
Within sees a family move into a new home, but teenage daughter Hannah begins to notice paranormal activities which lead her to a spooky discovery.
The 2016 flick, which was added to the media service earlier this month, also features a creepy locksmith which adds tension as viewers are kept in suspense as to what is going on.
The film’s outcome has been described as spine-tingling and viewers have taken to social media share their views on the scary movie.
One penned: “I’m watching Within on Netflix and keep literally s******g myself every seven minutes.”
Another added: “Both films: Within and Fractured on Netflix are deffo mind f**ks.”
A third tweeted: “Do not watch Within on Netflix it’s literally the scariest film.”
Director Phil Clayton admitted he was surprised to find his work on Netflix earlier this month.
He took to Twitter to share his exciting news.
Phil wrote: “I get an Netflix email saying what’s new and it’s a horror movie I directed a few years ago Within so yeah that’s on Netflix now.”
Phil also directed comedy Lesbian Vampire Killers, starring Gavin and Stacey stars James Corden and Matthew Horne.
The movie was released in 2009 at the height of the pair’s fame on the BBC One sitcom but was slammed by critics.
Discussing the release of Lesbian Vampire Killers, Phil told Deadline: “Having James and Matt attached, it wasn’t the total green light, but it was the sexy package.”
Speaking about the concept of the film, he said: “I just wanted to make something that was real popcorn, real entertaining and had all those elements that you really liked.
“It was a straight comedy to begin with, which I really liked – it was a lot of fun.”