The terrifying film Talk to Me appeared on Netflix this week and causes viewers to suffer from ‘nightmares’ after watching.
Horror fans have branded the film ‘deeply disturbing and disturbing’ as they warned others.
The critically acclaimed Australian horror film was released in cinemas in July, but fans can now watch it at home after it was added to the streaming service just in time for Halloween.
Viewers are already terrified as some claim they ‘didn’t want to be alone’ after watching and wish they could ‘erase it from their memory’.
One person shared their thoughts on X (formerly known as Twitter): Talk to Me on Netflix is a great watch. Very disturbing and disturbing, so if that’s your thing, give it a try. Best horror movie I’ve seen in a long time.’
Horrifying: Terrifying film Talk to Me was released on Netflix this week and has given viewers ‘nightmares’ after watching it (Sophie Wilde pictured as Mia)
Another added: ‘I watched Talk to Me on Netflix yesterday and was done for the night, I had nightmares about being possessed. I honestly thought I was too old for scary movies to bother me that much.”
“Well I just climbed on the couch and screamed at the horror movie ‘Talk To Me’ on Netflix so I guess that’s a recommendation,” shared a third.
‘I just watched that creepy Talk To Me movie on Netflix. I’m currently trying to get my cat to walk with me to the kitchen so I don’t feel alone,” someone else wrote.
One fan wrote: ‘Just watched Talk To Me on #Netflix. Yes, I need to erase the last two hours of my memory and rinse my eyes with bleach.’
Someone else added: ‘Just watched #TalkToMe and it’s hands down the best horror movie I’ve seen this year. On Netflix. GO LOOK!’
‘We’re watching Talk To Me on Netflix. This is a fucked up scary movie. Like pretty terrifying. It’s an ace,” another agreed.
The film from directors Danny and Michael Philippou follows a group of friends who use an embalmed hand to summon spirits.
Sophie Wilde plays the main character Mia, who struggles with grief after her mother’s death by suicide.
Spooky: The critically acclaimed Australian horror film was released in cinemas in July, but can now be watched at home after the film was added to the streaming service this week
Scary: Viewers are already terrified as some claim they ‘didn’t want to be alone’ after watching and wish they could ‘erase it from their memories’
Speaking about her role, Sophie told Russh.com: ‘It’s quite an intense role and definitely takes a lot out of you physically and emotionally.
“It’s actually really exciting as an actor to have the opportunity to have a character with so much range. But you know, that’s definitely a challenge.”
The film was a box office hit when it hit screens this summer, grossing a total of $90.5 million worldwide.