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Netflix Users Are Warning Each Other About A Must-See 2019 Horror Movie

On Netflix in the United Kingdom, the 2019 horror film "Haunt" turned enough heads to become No. 4 on the streaming service's Top 10 in

February 2024.

Over on X, formerly known as Twitter, @aquilah_3 said, "'Haunt' on Netflix is actually very [traumatizing]. And this is coming from someone that watched ['Human Centipede']."

Directed by "A Quiet Place" writers Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the film sees several teenagers visit a haunted house on Halloween, only to be hunted by a gang of masked killers.

The film premiered on Shudder in 2019, and has since moved around on streaming platforms. The film is now available to watch on Amazon Prime in the U.S.

Critics generally liked "Haunt" when it came out. Earning 70% on Rotten Tomatoes, the film was praised for its scares, which, while inspired by other films, still stand out.

Justin Lowe from The Hollywood Reporter said, "Haunt's pedigree, underlined by Eli Roth [...] should prove a draw for both devoted horror fans and the simply curious."