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The Ten Horror Movies Netflix Says Are So Scary, Viewers Can’t Finish Them

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Last week I wrote about Veronica, a Spanish horror film about an Ouija board demon haunting a family. It has a great cast, but I found it to be a bit bland overall. I may be in the minority opinion there, however, as the film was being sold as “so terrifying that Netflix users were saying they had to turn it off.”

Well, it turns out that may be a fairly common thing. Netflix has actually just sent me a list of ten films that their data shows them are similarly scary/horrifying that their users can’t actually make it all the way through them.

The criteria was that Netflix users made it at least 70% of the way through the movie, but turned it off en masse before finishing it. So if you want a horror movie experience to truly test your mettle, it appears these films are what you’re looking for. Here are the ten, in no particular order, along with their Rotten Tomatoes score and IMDB ratings:

  1. Cabin Fever (2016, RT: 0%, IMDB: 3.7)
  2. Carnage Park (2016 RT: 61%, IMDB: 4.9)
  3. México Bárbaro (2014, RT: 60%, IMDB: 4.9)
  4. Piranha (2010, RT: 74%, IMDB: 5.5)
  5. Raw (2016, RT: 90%, IMDB: 7.0)
  6. Teeth (2007, RT: 80%, IMDB: 5.4)
  7. The Conjuring (2013, RT: 86%, IMDB: 7.5)
  8. The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence (2011, RT: 30%, IMDB. 3.9)
  9. The Void (2016, RT: 75%, IMDB: 5.8)
  10. Jeruzalem (2015, RT: 59%, IMDB: 4.7)

Some caveats here. I asked Netflix how they decided when people were turning off movies because they were scared, versus when they just really hated a movie. They said that by using the 70% threshold, that if most people

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