“I jumped through the whole movie!” Netflix Fans Admit They’re ‘Afraid To Be Alone’ After Watching The Terrifying Don’t Breathe 2
Netflix fans have admitted they’re “scared of being alone” after watching the terrifying sequel Don’t Breathe 2.
Viewers admitted to “screaming and jumping” the entire movie after it recently hit the streaming service.
The original 2016 film focused on a trio of thieves who hope to run away with a huge fortune and break into the home of a blind man Norman Nordstrom, who has other ideas.
And the 2021 sequel is set years after the deadly home invasion, as blind man Norman’s sinister past begins to catch up with him.
After the movie was released on Netflix, many terrified fans took to Twitter to admit their fear of being home alone after watching the movie.
Stretched! Netflix fans have admitted they’re ‘scared of being alone’ after watching the terrifying sequel Don’t Breathe 2
One of them wrote: ‘More awesome and gruesome than the first. The whole context changes from fearing the blind to rooting for the blind.
“I thought it wouldn’t work, but it really did. Perfect theater moments. Most of the movie stays true to the home invasion genre.”
Another wrote, “Don’t breathe 2, did what needed to be done. I may or may not have yelled/jumped a few times.’
Someone else added, “I finally watched Don’t Breathe 2 and my creepy ass jumped up the whole movie.”
One fan also tweeted, “Don’t watch breath 2 and if you know me I DON’T do scary movies. Yes, I’m not staying home alone tonight! I’m out of here.’
It comes after Netflix fans were briefly spooked by a “creepy” and “disturbing” Spanish horror movie called Tin and Tina.
Released on the streaming giant last week, Tin And Tina is a longer-form adaptation of a 2013 short film of the same name, also directed by Rubin Stein.
Set in Spain in the early 1980s, the thriller follows the story of a woman who has a miscarriage on her wedding day.
Explosive! The 2021 sequel is set years after the deadly home invasion of the 2016 original, as blind man Norman’s sinister past begins to catch up with him
So scared! Viewers admitted to “screaming and jumping” the entire movie after it recently came out on Netflix
She is told by her doctor that she cannot have children and that her depression is getting worse.
But soon the newlyweds adopt twins Tin and Tina who follow strict religious teachings and share them with their new parents.
Tin and Tina bring an eerie and tense energy to the couple’s home as mysterious and violent events begin to take place.
The couple Lola and Adolfo are played by Milena Smit, 26, and Jaime Lorente, 31.
The twins Tin and Tina are played by 11-year-old Anastasia Russo and Carlos González Morollón.
And since it landed on Netflix, it has left people petrified.
Netflix’s Spanish horror film Tin and Tina has sparked a frenzy from “terrified” viewers. The thriller revolves around newlyweds who adopt troubling twins
One frightened viewer wrote, “I watched Tin and Tina on Netflix. Do you think the Shining twins were scary… you haven’t seen anything yet. They have terrified me completely and I will have nightmares for days.’
Another viewer shudderingly added, “I pray #TinandTina, don’t enter my dreams tonight. Can’t even bear to look at the second half when the house is so quiet. Why did I do this to myself.’
A third person said, “Have to watch a Barbie movie after watching Tin and Tina, that movie is so disturbing.”
Another added, “I haven’t had a movie in a long time that scared me like Tin and Tina.”