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Viewers Feel Like They've Been Cursed After Watching Dark Netflix Horror
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Viewers Feel Like They've Been Cursed After Watching Dark Netflix Horror

The Taiwanese movie is not for the faint-hearted

A sinister new horror has left viewers feeling as if they've been cursed. Watch the trailer below... if you dare:

Incantation landed on Netflix earlier this month, and has become one of the most watched movies on the streaming service, with over 10 million hours viewed so far.

The Taiwanese horror story is told through the medium of 'found footage' - a la Blair Witch Project - and centres around a mum, Li Ronan, who awakens a curse after disturbing an eerie shrine.

Soon after, all hell breaks loose, and Li tries desperately to protect her young daughter from the wicked hex.

And going by the reactions from those who have seen it, Incantation, which the trailer claims is based on 'true events', is not for the faint-hearted.

Many who've dared to stick to the end have reported feeling as if they've been cursed.

The horror is said to be based on 'true events'.

One concerned user asked: "Just finished watching Incantation. Am I cursed as well now?"

Another chipped in: "Just watched Incantation owemji I'm so cursed now."

"Think this Incantation movie just cursed me," put a third.

While another added: "Incantation scared the s**t out of me, I feel like I've been cursed after watching it."

So yeah, you've been warned.

The film originally hit cinemas in Taiwan last year, becoming the country's most successful horror film ever.

But despite the seemingly widespread terror being caused by the film, it hasn't impressed critics quite as much.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, the flick currently has a score of 50 percent from a handful of journalists.

And it's not much better for regular fans, either, who have scored it just 58 percent so far.

Blasting the movie, one critic wrote: "The horror familiarity and inconsistent logic choices work against a creative approach to the found footage format anchored by solid performances and a memorable conclusion."

While another described it as: "Incantation feels less like an attempt at exploring the possibilities of the [found footage] format and more like an attempt at getting away with terrible cinematography."

But maybe you should watch it yourself and make your own mind up.

Incantation is available to watch on Netflix now.

Topics: Netflix, Entertainment, Horror