NETFLIX’s latest horror film Veronica is based on a true story.
The film Verónica, takes place in Madrid on June 1991. Veronica is a teenage girl who tries to cope with her life after her fathers recent death. Her mother works all day at a bar and she must take care of her three younger siblings Lucia, Irene and Antoñito. Mourning her father’s death, Veronica decides to play with a Ouija while hanging with her friends Rosa and Diana, during a total solar eclipse. While trying to contact their deceased relatives something happens to Verónica. She begins to feel strange presences inside the house and fears that the entities will hurt her siblings.
Verónica tries to break away from the entities, but suffers hallucinations and horrible visions that progressively end up in violence. This turns the house into place of violence where no one is safe.
Watchers have been recently tweeting about not being able to finish the film because it’s ‘so goddamn creepy’ and ‘terrifying.’
Veronica on Netflix is so goddamn creepy and terrifying that I refuse to finish it without daylight #veronica
— burnt chicken nugget (@vegan_farts) March 1, 2018
— Cinepocalypse (@cinepocalypse) February 27, 2018
What is it??
— Maria™ (@themulligan14) March 1, 2018
If you’re looking for a scary movie on Netflix, I def recommend Veronica.
— genn 🕷 (@g_livesfordance) March 1, 2018
Scary film recommendation: ‘Veronica’ on Netflix. Those true story horror films really do their job. I watched a good hour of it through my hand. Looking forward to my nightmare fuelled sleeps. 🤢💀
— Amber-Jay Poulter (@AjPoulter) March 1, 2018
Will you dare to watch the movie?