Netflix viewers rave about 'anxiety-inducing' horror movie that's rocketed to No. 1 spot 3 weeks ago

Netflix viewers rave about 'anxiety-inducing' horror movie that's rocketed to No. 1 spot

The surprise horror hit comes from the writers of A Quiet Place.

Netflix viewers have been raving about the horror movie Haunt that was recently added to the service, with several saying that it gave them "anxiety".


Released in 2019, the film takes place on Halloween and centres on a group of friends who visit an 'extreme' haunted house that promises to feed on their darkest fears.

"The night turns deadly as they come to the horrifying realisation that some nightmares are real," the plot synopsis adds.

Haunt was written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods (who are best known for working on the A Quiet Place screenplay) and was produced by horror icon Eli Roth (Hostel, Thanksgiving).


And upon initial release, it was well-liked by critics - scoring a 70% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Despite this, however, the movie only earned a limited US cinema run and did not arrive to theatres in Ireland and UK.


New Netflix addition Haunt has been called "pretty terrifying" and a "must-watch"


Thankfully though, it has since gotten a surprise second-life having been added to Irish and UK Netflix last week.

It even nabbed the number one spot on the streamer's film chart in the United Kingdom, with some viewers rushing to social media after watching it to leave the following positive reviews:



Haunt is streaming on Netflix in Ireland and the UK right now.

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