Netflix Movie Veronica is Actually Horrifying
Netflix Spanish horror film Veronica has scored 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. Insert spooky shit and possible death.
Netflix recently released a Spanish original movie titled Veronica. The film is directed by renowned Spanish horror director Paco Plaza and has already received a 100 percent rating on review website Rotten Tomatoes.
The film is based loosely around a real life story surrounding the accidental possession of a young Catholic teen girl named Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro. It’s an Ouijia-board horror film where a young teen played by newcomer Sandra Escacena decides to hold a seance in her school, while the rest of the ladies in her school are on the roof watching a solar eclipse.
She takes the opportunity to hold a seance to contact her late father alongside two other gal pals, but things go south midway through the procession and poor Veronica gets picked to be the vessel for an evil entity. After returning through some sort of demon doorway, she makes her way back home but realises that things aren’t the same. *insert spooky shit and possible death*
Still not riveting enough? Well the film has been getting rave reviews from horror fans because it’s terribly shocking, paralyzing and has an insane plot. I have personally tried watching the film and have not felt the need to burn sage yet, so it’s not the scariest thing you will ever see, but the imagery and shock factor is definitely there.
Honestly, I hope this movie serves as reminder to everyone out there to never ever use an Ouijia board to summon entities!
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