‘I’m going to pass out from fear’: Haunting Of Hill House
August 27, 2019
NETFLIX fans have claimed that The Haunting Of Hill House is so scary they’re almost passing out.
The new horror series has scared the living daylights out of viewers who can’t sleep after watching it, reports The Sun.
Taking to Twitter, horrified fans have expressed their feelings.
“I’m watching The Haunting Of Hill House and a jump scare actually got me to scream. Like mostly I just yell ‘oh sh*t’ or ‘f**k’, but it was a genuine scream out of me,” @graytheocelot tweeted.
“This f***ing show on Netflix The Haunting Of Hill House gave me a heart attack about three times today I don’t think I can go to sleep at all …” tweeted @Jennesyx.
“The Haunting Of Hill House is so f***ing good. Scariest TV show ever created,” tweeted @danieldanger.
The Haunting of Hill House on @NetflixUK is one of the most terrifying, nail biting, hide behind the couch, don’t even breath, I’m going to pass out from fear things I have ever watched. In. My. Life.— Baby Jane (@babyjanequeen)
Watching The @haunting of Hill House on Netflix. Alone. In the dark. And it has proven to me that my scary bone is definitely still intact. 😱😱😱😱😱😱😱
I just need to not have a heart attack before I finish watching it…— Nadine 🎃💜👻 (@Nahdeen18)
HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE: Genuinely scary and creepy (a few jumpscares made me yell out loud), but it’s the attention to character, the drama that unfolds within this family, that makes this show truly special. Great performances, stunning direction. Tearjerker. Don’t miss it— Matthew Simmons (@MattSimmonsBSU)
The Haunting of Hill House was brilliant but terrifying and I’ll never sleep again— Maddie Taylor (@maddie__taylor)
The Haunting of Hill House is probably the scariest show I’ve ever seen. Except for Toddlers & Tiaras— ryan (@fullofshitley)
I can’t watch The Haunting of Hill House past 9pm or I have to sleep with the light on— Hannah Cozens 🔮 (@HannahCozens)
The new horror show has already received rave reviews and currently has an 88 per cent fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes.
It stars Mckenna Grace, Carla Gugino, Michiel Huisman, Timothy Hutton, Violet McGraw and Victoria Pedretti.
The show, based on Shirley Jackson’s 1959 horror novel of the same name, focuses on the emotional trauma a family endures growing up in the haunted Hill House mansion.
It’s not the first time the horror novel has had its story told on a screen.
In 1963, it was adapted in a film titled The Haunting, which was well-received by critics at the time.
It got the Hollywood treatment again in 1999, starring Liam Neeson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Owen Wilson, but disappointed fans.