It was last 2021 that one of the most successful serial productions in history reached Netflix playlists, and it is “The Squid Game”, which according to data revealed by the CEO of Netflix, was consolidated as the production of only one more watched season in the history of this entertainment site.
Since then, streaming services have received a high demand interest from users who enjoy the horror genre and sinister movies, so here are a series of recommendations that will leave you cold if you are a lover of fear.
This Netflix original movie tells the story of a boy named “Eli”, who suffers from an autoimmune disease that prevents him from having close contact with the outside world, which leads him to a mysterious medical center where they promise to give him the treatment he needs. needs to.
His parents, who cannot tolerate seeing him this way, seek help from a medical center where he receives a “special” treatment that could change his life. This is where the real terror begins, as Eli begins to have supernatural visions that reveal to him that the clinic is not what it seems.
However, upon reaching the place, the child begins to have visions of other children and begins to think that this place is not what it claims to be.
This is the film “Midsommar”, an outstanding British horror bet, which even ensures the specialized film could become a cult film due to its intense story, which is inspired by real events, derived from a spring festival in a remote village in Sweden.
This film that recently came to the Netflix catalog recounts the adventure of a couple who enjoy the summer festival that is celebrated every 90 years in this Swedish village, where everything goes well until the protagonists are invited to participate in the festive rituals.
From this moment on, everything will turn dark even though there is sunlight, this is because they will begin to dialogue their ideas with nature, which will be distressing and dissonant for the minds of the protagonists until the viewer is immersed in a horror loop even though the film takes place with daytime scenes.
“The Witch,” tells the story of a 17th-century Puritan family who encounters the forces of evil in the woods beyond their New England farm.
But inside this farm, in addition to being isolated from people, they begin to experience certain supernatural experiences that begin to affect the whole family physically and psychologically.
The production now hosted by the streaming giant, Netflix, was an international co-production of the United States and Canada, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2015, and was later released on a large scale in various countries. , such as Mexico on February 19, 2016.