This Netflix Horror Movie Has People So Scared That They're Turning It Off Halfway Through

People are freaking out about this movie like no other.

This Netflix Horror Movie Has People So Scared That They're Turning It Off Halfway Through
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There’s scary, and then there’s Veronica.

Leave it to Twitter to create a torrential experience for the masses. The latest Netflix phenomena that’s taken the world by storm is the horror flick Veronica. Apparently, the movie is so intensely frightening that viewers can’t even get through an entire screening of it! In fact, people have been live-tweeting their reactions while watching the Spanish film.

Set in 1991, Veronica tells the story of a teenage girl who uses a Ouija board during a solar eclipse to contact a deceased loved one. While babysitting her younger siblings, Veronica begins to feel the presence of evil forces inside the house. The movie features an onslaught of moving objects, freaky sound effects, and a creepy chain-smoking nun who also happens to be blind.

In addition to having a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Veronica is loosely based on a true story. According to The Sun, Madrid police investigated the mysterious death of a young girl in 1992, who passed away after playing with a Ouija board. The case was reportedly never solved.

Of course, people have been going wild about Veronica and have been documenting their experiences as if their lives depended on it. Check out the craziest tweets below.

Good luck to anyone who decides to watch Veronica. Make sure to report back to Twitter ASAP, otherwise what’s the point of even watching, right?!

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