You Need To Watch New Netflix Horror 'The Perfection'
UK subscribers (or those who leech of their friends' subscription) can now watch The Perfection on the streaming platform.
Starring Allison Williams (aka Marnie in Girls), it follows the story of a troubled musical prodigy and a new star pupil embark down a sinister path. You can watch the full official trailer from Netflix here:
Rated 84 per vent on Rotten Tomatoes, viewers are promised plenty of dark twists and turns that they never could have predicting coming to keep them on the edge of their seats throughout the entire flick.
A spokesperson for Netflix said: "In this twisty horror-thriller, a once-promising music prodigy reconnects with her former mentors, only to find them taken with a talented new pupil."
The movie is split up into four parts - Mission, Detour, Home and Duet - with each part becoming even more chilling than you could have ever expected.
Directed by Richard Shepard, the cast includes the likes of Allison Williams (of Get Out fame), Logan Browning (Brotherly Love) and Steven Weber (Single White Female) plus more, and it's fair to say The Perfection has people on Twitter gripped by its plot.
Looks familiar right? You've seen split diopter shots in some of your favorite movies. Cinematographers have used this striking optical technique in everything from Jaws to Pulp Fiction to Star Trek: The Motion Picture. pic.twitter.com/xaNpdTwyoK
- Netflix Film (@NetflixFilm) May 24, 2019
"I WASN'T READY @LoganLaurice @SaltyShep #ThePerfection had more twists in it than a roller coaster," one person shared on social media.
While another urged: "Holy sh*t, #ThePerfection is ... like- what the f*ck (watch it).
And a third person who'd watched the flick declared: "The Perfection on Netflix is the biggest mind f*ck movie i have ever watched in my life and i highly highly recommend."
"#ThePerfection was a wholly f*cked up movie, and I mean that in a good way. I screamed, my skin crawled, and I didn't expect any of that. The cinematography was phenomenal. The directions it took blew my mind," offered a final.
if y'all ain't seen that new movie on Netflix "The Perfection" go watch it :flushed::fire:
- ✪ (@IAMNickBeem) May 27, 2019
We watched #ThePerfection last night because Cinespia cancelled our outdoor movie night and all I can say is yes, YES, Y-E-S! So much fun. pic.twitter.com/mhGc3ZrUPY
- Clarke Wolfe (@clarkewolfe) May 27, 2019
#ThePerfection is wild, yet so mesmerizing, that you simply can't look away.
When you think it's going one way, BOOM, it slaps in the face and tells you "no, we're going in a whole other direction."
Whether you love it or hate it. This is something you have see to believe. pic.twitter.com/9wf3eMlqvX
- Ronald Smith (@Just_Ron10) May 25, 2019
And by the looks of the reviews, you will never see the ending coming, but we won't ruin that one for you.
That said, the movie is rated an 18 and has some pretty disturbing content so it's definitely not one for those who hate horrors.
You can stream The Perfection on Netflix now.
Featured Image Credit: Netflix