If you’ve been hankering for an honest ol’ scare, we may have the blood-drenched ticket for you.
That’s right, a replacement horror film has landed on Netflix recently and is allegedly so scary that it’s
been profoundly disturbing the bulk of its viewers.
Specifically, the movie in question is Travis Stevens’ psychological haunted house chiller, Girl On
The Third Floor, and while it’s resonated surprisingly well with critics – the pic currently sits at an
impressive 80% critical rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes at the time of writing –
many are left somewhat distressed by the streaming giant’s latest terrifying offering.
Y’all I’m watching this movie called GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR and this shit mad scary! BRUH 🥴😳🤯
For the foremost part, it seems like Girl On The Third Floor has provoked tons of interesting
discourse and positive buzz over its creepy and disturbing themes and imagery. However, some
weren’t very impressed by the film in the least, as evidenced below:
Admittedly, this isn’t the primary time that Netflix has released a horror flick that’s disturbed audiences. you’ll remember 2018’s The Perfection, which left viewers feeling a touch queasy,
too, with its gory imagery and creepy maggot-infested body horror. While it wasn’t exactly a
perfect film intrinsically, Richard Shepard’s mysterious drama was fairly suspenseful and boasted some pretty memorable scenes.
On the opposite hand, Girl On The Third Floor is claimed to be inspired by genre classics like Stanley
Kubrick’s The Shining and Eyes Wide Shut. From a narrative perspective, the pic focuses on the lifetime of a husband attempting to renovate a newly acquired, dilapidated house for him and his wife to measure in. Unfortunately, though, the house finishes up having a supernatural presence that decides to offer its new residents a spook. Eerie, right?
Tell us, though, have you ever had an opportunity to see out Girl On The Third Floor yet? If so, was it as scary as most are making it bent be? allow us to know within the usual set down below.