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Netflix Fans Forced To Switch Off New Horror Movie After It Leaves Viewers Screaming In Terror

Even the most fearless horror fans are feeling scared by one of the newest popular movies on Netflix.

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Even the most fearless horror fans are feeling scared by one of the newest popular movies on Netflix.

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Released in 2020, His House is a unique horror film about a couple who flee war-torn South Sudan to settle in an English town, only to discover that there is a hidden evil that will soon threaten them.

The movie features a great cast, including Matt Smith from Doctor Who and The Crown, Wunmi Mosaku from Luther and Loki, and Sope Dirisu from Gangs of London.

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Upon its release, the film was praised by critics for the way it merges political themes with classic horror thrills. Critics loved His House so much that it has even got an impressive 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes, with every single one of its 122 viewers thinking of the film positively.

“First-time director Remi Weekes serves up plenty jump scares, but his real-world terrors are much more frightening,” Paul Bradshaw of NME wrote.

The Radio Times’ Emma Simmonds said: “Both visually and narratively imaginative, the film’s most impressive attribute is the fact that, despite the ghoulish happenings, it never loses sight of the stories that inspired it.”

Regular moviegoers have also been expressing their admiration for the film and using social media to share their opinions.

One wrote: “Y’all need to watch his house on Netflix it is insane.”

Another put: “His House on Netflix is pretty good!! Very different from the average horror movie. It’s about refugees escaping from Sudan.”

A third wrote: “10/10 I’ll think about it for days.”

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