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The Hole In The Ground Now On Netflix And Dubbed One Of The Best Horror Films Of 2019

The Hole In The Ground Now On Netflix And Dubbed One Of The Best Horror Films Of 2019

If Christmas is getting a bit much for you already, you might be looking for something to take the edge off all that joy - and Netflix has given us just the ticket. Watch the below trailer at your peril:

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Irish film The Hole in the Ground has landed on the streaming service, and people are already saying it's up there with their favourite horror films this year.

The film was out on limited release earlier this year, but now it's been added to Netflix it'll no doubt be a hit with horror fans.

The plot sees young, single mother Sarah move to a rural, run-down and extremely creepy house right next to a thick forest. Classic.

Credit: Savage Productions/Vertigo
Credit: Savage Productions/Vertigo

From the trailer, we see her son Christopher go missing in the forest and when he comes back there's something not quite right about him. We soon realise that something less than pleasant went on in the woods.

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Directed by Lee Cronin, the official synopsis reads: "A young mother living in the Irish countryside with her son suspects his increasingly disturbing behavior is linked to a mysterious sinkhole in the forest, and fears he may not be her son at all."

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Those quick off the mark have already got on to the film and have taken to Twitter to show their appreciation.



Looks like this is the perfect festive antidote for all the scrooges out there.

The Hole In The Ground is available to stream on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Savage Produtions/Vertigo

Topics: TV and Film, Horror, Netflix

Amelia Ward

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