Netflix fans ‘scared out of their minds’ by ‘crazy’ horror No Escape Room that ‘leaves them sweating' | The Sun

NETFLIX fans have been left sweating over horror movie, No Escape Room.

The 2018 movie has dropped on the streaming service, allowing viewers to get involved with the horror movie for the first time.

And it's safe to say, it's gone down a storm.

The film follows a father and daughter, who decide to check out the escape room game of a small town while they kill time as their car is fixed.

However, soon weird and creepy things start to happen, and they begin to realise things are far more sinister than they seem.

The events that unfold have kept audiences gripped, with viewers getting the chills as the story plays out.


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Naturally, they've taken to Twitter to share their thoughts.

"Omg you guys have to watch #NoEscapeRoom on @netflix I'm scared outta my f***n mind," wrote one. "I need someone to watch it with before I literally scream."

"This movie has my stomach hurting, got me sweating, scared," said another.

While a third declared: "#NoEscapeRoom was the most insanely crazy movie I’ve ever watched."

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Horror fans have been making the most of Netflix of late, with films – both good and bad – keeping them glued to their sofa.

Choose Or Die left some viewers unable to sleep, while Old People left people disgusted by its "horrifying and sadistic" nature.

They better make the most of it considering Netflix is having a massive cull of its available titles this year – both original and bought films and TV shows.

With axing of shows including horror-mystery 1899, vampire teen drama First Kill and thriller The Midnight Club – it seems fans need their films more than ever.

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