Netflix fans say they ‘couldn’t breathe for 20 mins’ and ‘can’t sleep’ after watching gory horror Alive | The Sun03/17/2023
VIEWERS of the Netflix horror #Alive took to social media to share their terror.
The movie, that was released in 2020, terrified Netflix fans so much that they shared their thoughts on Twitter.
One viewer admitted: "#Alive was really a good movie 10/10. Now I can’t go to sleep lol. Bravo Netflix."
A second added: "You should add the warning "emotional rollercoaster" or "it's so intense you might pee yourself" to the movie #Alive.
"I was not prepared for the wonderful spectacular-ness of this masterpiece.
"My heart is still racing. I cried I laughed I was so scared for the characters."
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A third wrote: "We watched #Alive on Netflix and it's the only zombie movie that has ever scared me, I couldn't breathe for the first 20min."
Another fan recommended viewers to not watch the film alone, stating: "I just watched #Alive on Netflix alone in a dark room jumping out my bed every 10 minutes scared.
"What’s wrong with me? Anyways it was good movie I recommend it but watch it with others."
"I love a slow burner type of zombie movie. If we are going for TV then in my opinion Kingdom on Netflix is another Korean series that is just so amazing and kept me scared the whole way through," gushed another.
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The plot of the movie, which is rated 15, is described on the Netflix website as: "A grisly virus rampages a city, a lone man stays locked inside his apartment, digitally cut off from seeking help and desperate to find a way out."
Directed by Cho Il-hyung, the Korean zombie movie follows a video-game streamer who lives in Seoul, struggling to survive a zombie apocalypse.
At the time of release the gut-wrenching horror garnered a lot of attention and entered the all-time Netflix top 10 non-english language movies.
Despite dropping out of the top 10 since, the movie raked in 54.62 million hours watched in the first 28 days.
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