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Netflix's new religious horror is a total 'mindf**k', fans say

Netflix's new religious horror is a total 'mindf**k', fans say

Brand new horror film Hellhole is the latest to take Netflix by storm after fans brand the ending a 'mindf**k'.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Netflix is really coming through with the goods this Halloween season. Earlier this month, the streamer released new series The Midnight Club which just so happens to have broken the world record for the most jumpscares in a single episode of television.

The excellent star-studded anthology series Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities draws to a close today after unfolding over the past four days. Horror movie Creep 2 was also recently added which has a very impressive perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes. What I’m saying is, there are plenty of spooky choices for you but if you’re looking for one more option, look no further than Hellhole.

Check out the trailer for the aforementioned The Midnight Club below.

Hellhole is Netflix’s new religious horror film that has fans calling it a “mindf**k.” Directed by Bartosz M. Kowalksi, Hellhole is set in a Polish monastery in 1987. A police officer is drawn to the remote monastery whilst investigating a string of disappearances. I bet you can see where this is going. It turns out, the monastery's clergy are concealing a dark secret. How intriguing.

Users have taken to Reddit’s r/horror/ thread to share their thoughts. StudMuffinNick wrote, “Probably one of the better horror movies to have come out in the last year [...] The final scenes had me sitting still, glued to the screen with my mouth open, marveling that the director not only had the balls to execute something countless directors ‘leave to the imagination,’ but that it was done so, IMHO, perfectly! The ending is a mindf**k.”

User blankedboy added that the “ending was flat out brilliant,” while nicq97 said the film “really blew me away,” explaining that the “earth-shattering ending gave me goosebumps all over my body.” This is one of those films I’m going to have to get someone else to watch and describe to me I think.

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Topics: Netflix, TV And Film