There’s nothing quite like snuggling up in front of the TV on a gloomy day and enjoying a film – and there are plenty of gripping horror and thriller titles on the streaming platform for you to choose from.
And now one of the biggest horrors of the year has dropped on the platform and it’s leaving streamers feeling terrified.
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Evil Dead Rise, which was both written and directed by Lee Cronin, premiered in theatres this April and it’s now available to watch on Netflix.
It’s the fifth instalment of the Evil Dead franchise.
The horror centres around a family’s discovery of an enigmatic book concealed beneath their Los Angeles apartment building in California.
Following this finding, events take a sinister turn as the family falls victim to a malevolent and horrifying demon.
It stars Morgan Davies, Alyssa Sutherland, Lily Sullivan, and the iconic franchise actor, Bruce Campbell.
Evil Dead Rise has earned a Certified Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, boasting an impressive 84% score on the Tomatometer.
Additionally, it’s garnered a commendable 76% audience approval rating.
Movie fanatics from all across the globe have taken to TikTok to share their thoughts on the recently uploaded horror.
“Evil Dead Rise now on Netflix, if you love gory horror and love the Evil Dead films you’re in for a treat!” comments one user.
Another adds: “So I watched Evil Dead Rise on Netflix and yep… by far the best Modern ED Film to date, though I can’t tell if it’s a sequel, a reboot or its own universe.”
“Evil Dead Rise is on Netflix already. Saw it at the cinema and bloody loved it. (Warning: don’t watch it while eating),” somebody else comments.
A fourth person pens: “Evil Dead Rise is on Netflix UK, a fine addition to an expansion of the franchise with some fun nods to the originals and the cast giving it their absolute all. Recommended.”
“Just watched Evil Dead Rise right now, and I liked it. I thought it was pretty scary and really grossed me out,” shares another.