Netflix's latest horror movie The Perfection is scaring the shit out of people, with viewers calling it 'sick', 'twisted' and 'disturbing', while others have said it left them wanting to throw up. Sounds good, eh?
The movie, which landed on 24 May, stars Allison Williams (seen in Get Out) as Charlotte and Logan Browning (from Netflix series Dear White People) as Lizzie, two talented cellists who attended the same prestigious music school.
Meeting as adults, the two women hit it off but it's then things start to go pear-shaped - and when I say pear-shaped, I mean, throwing up maggots, dismembered limbs and bugs under the skin; there's also a bout of diarrhoea for good measure.
With such shocking scenes, viewers were left feeling 'physically sick' with 'migraines' and 'wanting to be sick', what more can you ask for from a horror movie?
Taking to Twitter one viewer said: "Just watched The Perfection on Netflix and felt sick pretty much the whole way through. Gory and disgusting."
woke up early to watch the perfection before work this morning... literally bout to call in sick lmao that was fucked UPPPP
- rico salty (@kylielipclit_) May 27, 2019
Another wrote: "Have y'all watched The Perfection on Netflix? Because I'm sick to my stomach."
While a third posted: "I got a migraine just by watching The Perfection on Netflix. I wanna vomit."
But not everyone was grossed out, one guy loved it, posting: "Just finished Netflix's The Perfection and holy fuck. The movie was absolutely incredible. Was definitely sick, twisted and had me cringe at a couple of scenes. We NEED more movies like this."
Another lover of gore added: "The Perfection was a wholly fucked up movie, and I mean that in a good way. I screamed, my skin crawled, and I didn't expect any of that. The cinematography was phenomenal. The directions it took blew my mind."
The film was described by one person as 'Black Swan meets Get Out meets The Human Centipede'.
Woah. #ThePerfection goes way darker than expected.
This movie deserves all of the attention it's currently getting. A masterfully directed, disturbingly violent trip. There's no other way to explain it. pic.twitter.com/WLkIKCQHVC
- Chris Higgins (@bambamchiggalo) May 26, 2019
The Perfection has enough twists and turns to keep you guessing right up until the very end, with Netflix describing it as a 'twisty horror-thriller'. Just as you think you know what's going on, you'll quickly be proven wrong.
You can watch The Perfection on Netflix right now, if you think you've got a strong enough stomach, of course.
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