Gruesome new Netflix found footage horror movie has a perfect 100% Rotten Tomatoes score
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Netflix's newly uploaded horror movie has 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and people are absolutely raving about it.
Creep 2 is a prequel to Creep - pretends to be shocked - which came out in 2014.
The original found-footage film is about a videographer, hired by a stranger to film him, who explains that the video will be passed down to his unborn son.
As you can imagine, things don't exactly go as planned.
The second film, which was actually released in 2017 but is new to Netflix, sees the stranger from the first movie make a return.
This time, he convinces a YouTuber to create a documentary on his life.
Basically if you're a fan of being creeped out, then this film definitely doesn't disappoint.
The official synopsis for Creep 2 reads: "A video artist who craves shocking stories realises she has made a mistake when she meets a serial killer in a cabin."
Commenting on the film, one Rotten Tomatoes critic wrote: "For fans of the original who don't mind the loss of scares, Creep 2 improves on the first film in nearly every way, from tone to dialogue to plot."
Another added: "Creep 2 is the type of film that makes you squirm in your seat due to its uncomfortable nature, but your eyes remain glued to the screen because the thought of missing some crucial detail is just as horrific as a serial killer videotaping all of his kills."
Despite living up to the hype of being a scary film, viewers can't keep their eyes off it, with one person tweeting: "Rewatched Creep 2 today and God I just love that movie so much. it's a complete masterclass in how to do a sequel well."
Another added: "I really want to see Mark Duplass do a third Creep film. Creep 2 might be one of my favorite horror movies.
"Great meta-study of the found footage genre, twice as scary as it has any right to be because of how funny it is. Catches you off guard and you never get your footing back."
"Watching Creep 2 for the millionth time. I love this movie so much," a third person thought.
Someone else commented: "Creep 2 (2017) lived up to the hyped! The sense of unease all throughout the film keeps you engage."
The film, which is written by Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass, stars Karan Soni as Dave, Mark Duplass as Aaron and Desiree Akhavan as Sara.