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Netflix Is Giving People The Creeps With This New Horror Show

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Netflix original series are some of the most buzzworthy things in Hollywood. Their engaging storylines are perfect for watercooler talk. Just in time for Halloween, one series has been taking the streaming service by storm. If you’re looking to sleep with the lights on, this show is for you.

In Perfect Company

Based on the 1959 novel of the same name, The Haunting of Hill House is a complete fright fest. The series is directed, produced, and written by Mike Flanagan, who is best known for Oculus and Absentia. When you have someone who’s delivered modern-day horror gems, you’re in good hands.

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Praise At Every Turn

The series has gained universal acclaim from various critics. “The Haunting of Hill House contains some of the most unforgettable horror imagery in film or television in years. The best horror film of the year also happens to be one of the best TV shows of 2018,” Brian Tallerico from RogertEbert.com stated in his review.

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Fun For Everyone

You don’t need to be able to hear to enjoy a good scare, either. “As a deaf person, i am not scared easily, lacking sound cues. is freaking the CRAP out of me. I have fallen off my Airwalk machine twice and shouted ‘What the actual F**K’ at the screen,” twitter user DeadStillPretty stated.

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The King Of Horror Loves It

The show also gained the respect of iconic author Stephen King. “I don’t usually care for this kind of revisionism, but this is great. Close to a work of genius, really. I think Shirley Jackson would approve, but who knows for sure,” he tweeted. Flanagan will work on the film adaptation of King’s Doctor Sleep.

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Back For Round Two?

With all of the positive response, everyone’s wondering about a possible season two. Everyone on and off screen are up for another dive into the crazy world. “We’re just gonna wait and see how the audience responds to it and then we’re gonna figure out whether there’s gonna be a second season and if that’s gonna be, like, a sequel. It could also be an anthology which excites me,” Michiel Huisman said in a Build Series interview.

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