NETFLIX viewers are too scared to go to bed after watching horror film Hush on the streaming service.
The terrifying film follows a deaf woman who is stalked by a murderous masked stranger in her remote woodland home.
The plot revolves around a deaf writer who faces off against a maniac in her home[/caption]
The jumpy, largely dialogue-free flick has has such an impact on those who’ve watched, they’ve claimed they’re ‘rocking themselves to sleep’ afterwards.
One terrified viewer tweeted: “Well Hush has left me rocking myself to sleep, paranoid a serial killer is in the house and I can’t hear them. #Hypochondriac”
A second posted: “”Can’t look at Halloween masks the same way after watching Hush. Swear it’s turned me into a paranoid wreck…”
A third said: Swear down Hush on Netflix is such an underrated movie! One of scariest, most claustrophobic horrors I’ve seen in ages.
Viewers complain they can’t sleep after watching[/caption]
Kate Siegel wrote and stars in the film[/caption]
A fourth wrote: “Hush on Netflix! It’s so real and scary.”
And a fifth added: “Last night I was home alone & thought the smartest idea was to watch the horror movie #Hush on #Netflix. It scared the crap out of me.”
Hush was made on a tiny $1million (£775,000) budget but has received huge critical acclaim.
Even horror titan Stephen King said: “How good is Hush? Up there with Halloween and, even more, Wait Until Dark. White knuckle time.”
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Another critic called it “one of the best horror films in modern history”.
Hush stars actress Kate Siegel, 37, who also co-wrote the movie.
Katie has appeared in several other terrifying Netflix offerings, including Gerald’s Game and The Haunting of Hill House.
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