The Platform: Fans Are Scared To Sleep Alone After Watching This Netflix Movie

Netflix's horror film The Platform is giving many fans sleepless nights. A lot of viewers have shared on social media that they are completely shaken after watching this horror film

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The Platform: Fans Are Scared To Sleep Alone After Watching This Netflix Movie
Horror is not for all and Netflix's recently released film The Platform is definitely not for faint-hearted. At least that's what we can derive from reviews shared by fans on social media. The story is about a vertical jail and its inmates, with only one platform that transports food in between cells. Two members each cell and only 2 minutes to eat food. The film stars Ivan Massagué, Zorion Eguileor, Antonia San Juan and others and has a rating of 7 on the scale of 10 on IMDB. The horror film is leaving fans in shock and many are having a tough time sleeping alone too after watching The Platform.

On of the users of Twitter wrote, "I’m watching the platform on Netflix and I’m highly disturbed." Another one said, "The Platform is a f***ing insane movie! WTF AM I WATCHING?” One of the users called The Platform as the most f*cked up movie ever. The user wrote, "I thought that The Human Centipede was the most f**ked up movie I’ve ever watched but then I watched Platform and HOL(Y) SH*T." One of the viewers is so petrified that he can't sleep without lights being on. "If you regularly sleep or eat, prepare to be terrified. All the lights are on now in my apartment."

A viewer of The Platform also shared on Twitter that it is the most disturbing movie he has seen. "I"The platform" is the most disturbing movie I've seen in a long long time. I'm pretty sure I'm going to have nightmares when I sleep tonight.," the user wrote.

So just in case, you are on a mission to finish all the content on Netflix when quarantined, beware of The Platform.

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