Horror fans ‘shocked’ by terrifying ‘found footage’ movie Creep on Netflix
- The disturbing American psychological horror film came out in 2014
Horror fans have “panicked” after seeing a disturbing found footage film called Creep.
In the 2014 American psychological horror film, poor videographer Aaron takes a job in a remote mountain town to record a dying man’s latest messages to show to his unborn child.
However, the requests become more bizarre as the day progresses, as the dying man, Josef, exhibits eccentric and erratic behavior.
When Aaron learns the truth about his baby, he tries to run and manages to escape… but Josef continues to chase him.
The movie left viewers on the edge of their seats as they took to Twitter to say how creepy it is.
In the 2014 American psychological horror film, a money-poor videographer, Aaron, takes a job in a remote mountain town
The movie has left viewers on the edge of their seats, as they took to Twitter to say how creepy it is
One person said, “CREEP IS SO WILD, I LOVE IT. It’s brilliant and I love the way it’s filmed.”
They added, “It’s like a Blair witch style movie/camera. I think it’s still on Netflix! I want to watch it again. It scared me the first time lol.”
And a second person wrote, “I don’t know if you’ve seen it before, but one of my all-time favorite global horror movies that’s been on Netflix the longest is Creep and Creep 2. Highly recommended.”
Another Twitter user chimed in: “Creep on Netflix is INSANE.”
Another wrote: ‘The movies that scare me the most aren’t your run of the mill horrors, but the ones that are so normal can actually happen… if you want to know what I mean watch Creep on @netflix Mark Duplass is … I guarantee you will all be hanging on to the lightbulbs.’
Other users were also scared, with many saying they couldn’t sleep after watching it.
The 2014 movie has left viewers on the edge of their seats, as they took to Twitter to say how creepy it is
They wrote, ‘Couldn’t sleep so I watched something random on Netflix, ended up watching “creep”… screamed at the end and now the whole house is awake lol.”
And others said they really enjoyed the movie and wrote, “Such a great movie…sequel is good too.”
Another person wrote, “Have you seen Creep? Mark Duplas? On Netflix and very, very good.’
While a third said, “Omg scarier is so awesome I remember watching it when I just wanted to see a trashy netflix horror movie and was insanely surprised how good it was.”
The sequel, Creep 2, was released in 2017.