People Can’t Sleep And Are Having Nightmares After Watching ‘Warped’ Netflix Horror ’Wounds’
The spooky season is almost upon us, and we've already got a whole array of Halloween movies and series' ready to torture ourselves with.
But one film you might seriously have to mentally prepare for is Wounds, if some of the reviews are anything to go by.
Starring Armie Hammer and Dakota Johnson, the movie - which landed on the platform on Friday 18th October - has left some people legitimately fearing they won't be able to sleep a wink.
Meanwhile others have taken to social media claiming they'll almost certainly be getting nightmares after watching.
Directed by Babak Anvari, Wounds is based on the novella The Visible Filth by Nathan Ballingrud, and focuses on protagonist Will (Hammer), whose life starts to unravel after he discovers some disturbing images on a lost phone.
The terrifying images Will looked at on the phone begin to take root inside him as the film goes on, and he begins getting disturbing visions turning him against his girlfriend Carre (Johnson), which he eventually cannot distort from reality.
The official synopsis reads: "When bartender Will discovers a cell phone after a violent brawl, he begins to receive ominous messages and his life quickly descends into a nightmare. Starring Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson and Zazie Beetz."
Reacting on Twitter after watching the movie, one viewer wrote: "Wounds on Netflix, absolute warped film, roll on nightmares tonight".
While another agreed: "Jesus christ, I just watched "#Wounds" on #Netflix and I guess I won't sleep tonight. This is the most terrifying movie I have watched in a very long time."
A third chipped in: "Why did I decide to watch wounds on Netflix before bed".
Jesus christ, I just watched "#Wounds" on #Netflix and I guess I won't sleep tonight. This is the most terrifying movie I have watched in a very long time.
- Diana Jonkman (@dianitajonkman) October 18, 2019
Wounds on Netflix is so scary :sweat_smile::sweat_smile:
- olivia :flag_white:️:rainbow::heartbeat: (@oliviamaylinton) October 21, 2019
Wounds on Netflix, absolute warped film, roll on nightmares tonight
- Darryl (@DarrylMch) October 21, 2019
As a fourth added: "Wounds means no sleep and no phone for me anymore FFS."
But if you're umming and ah-ing about watching it, we'd advise that it probably depends how easily you scare.
Other more hardened scary movie addicts were slightly less impressed at the movie, claiming it didn't quite manage to give them the heebie jeebies, and warning that the ending was pretty lacking.
We guess there's only one way to find out, right?!
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