The last few years have seen the horror genre surge in a way that hasn't been seen in a long time. Scary flicks are dominating the box office, but there's also no shortage of excellent horror content on streaming services as well. In fact, Netflix has become the home of several terrifying scary movies that many viewers can't even finish.
That's what we're discussing today. Using new data provided to Bloody Disgusting about the habits of Netflix horror viewers, we're diving into the ten horror movies that Netflix users were only able to make it through 70% of before giving in and turning them off. On that note, let's kick things off with an infamous splatterfest from Hostel's Eli Roth.
If you have seen Cabin Fever, then there is a good chance that you already know why some Netflix users can't make it all the way through. Centering on a group of college students vacationing in a remote cabin, the film takes a grotesque turn when they find themselves confronted by a flesh-eating virus. Once things start to go wrong, they only get worse until the credits roll.
Supposedly based on real events, Carnage Park is one of those movies that terrifies audiences because of its shocking plausibility. Taking place in the middle of a remote California desert, the film follows a bank robber and a hostage that he has taken as they fight for their lives against a mysterious sniper who won't leave them alone. The film is creepy, stylish and downright disturbing.