Only 1% of Viewers Had the Guts To Finish This Horror Movie On Netflix


Buckle up and get ready to dive into the realm of terror with what many are hailing as the “scariest movie ever made.” Picture this: a film so profoundly horrifying that, according to view stats, only one in a hundred people mustered the courage to sit through it until the credits roll. We’re talking about none other than “Veronica,” a bone-chilling masterpiece that has become the stuff of legend since its release in 2017.

Set in the eerie streets of Madrid circa 1991, “Veronica” follows the harrowing journey of a teenage girl thrust into a nightmare after a seemingly innocent encounter with a mysterious Ouija board. It is called the Devil’s board for a reason, and anyone who picks it up should know that it has a terrible power to open the gates of an ancient evil that will surely mess you up.

The main character, fifteen-year-old Veronica, helps her mother raise her younger siblings. The girl misses her recently deceased father, so on the day of the solar eclipse, she decides to take a desperate step: in the hope of talking to her father, Veronica arranges a spiritual seance. Together with two friends, they try to appeal to his spirit with the help of a Ouija board, but instead open a gate to the demon world. Now, danger threatens not only Veronica but also her loved ones.

But here’s where it gets even more spooky–Veronica is based on real events that happened to Spanish schoolgirl Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro, who reportedly died after playing with a Ouija board. So this film isn’t just a work of fiction, which makes it even more terrifying than what was written in the script. Imagine delving into a story so disturbingly authentic that it leaves you questioning the very fabric of reality itself.

Now, as whispers of “Veronica” spread like wildfire across social media, people throw their hands up in disbelief. From heart-pounding suspense to gut-wrenching scenes of gruesome terror, viewers have found themselves taken aback by a cinematic experience unlike any other. Some have even watched it on a dare and failed, if the Internet is to be trusted. They couldn’t get through the first half and had nightmares for a whole week!

But one question still remains unanswered: what is so unbelievably scary about “Veronica”? Is it the hauntingly realistic portrayal of supernatural forces that you should never mess with? Or perhaps it’s the sinking feeling of it being a true story that lingers in the back of our minds, reminding us that sometimes, the most terrifying stories are the ones that are all too real.

Nah, it was definitely the scene with the demon walking down the hallway. That kind of stuff can traumatize you for life. So, if you’re brave enough to confront your deepest fears head-on, dim the lights, grab your popcorn, and prepare yourself for a cinematic experience that will leave you questioning the very essence of fear itself. Welcome to “Veronica”–where hellish nightmares come to life, and only the bravest souls dare to tread.