NETFLIX viewers couldn’t sleep after watching the ‘grotesque’ horror film Viking Wolf.
The film, which is about a teenage girl’s transformation into a werewolf, contains disturbing scenes of people being torn apart, inciting “scare” among some fans.
Fans were afraid to go to bed after watching the film, which contained extreme violence.
Viking Wolf tells the story of Thale, a 17-year-old girl who moves to the Norwegian town of Nybo with her family.
She has a hard time adjusting to her new surroundings and fails to make many friends until one night when she is invited to a party by a young man named Jonas.
However, the party does not end well after Thale and other members of the group are attacked by a creature that also brutally murders a girl.
Thale is bitten by the creature and begins her own transformation into a werewolf.
The film includes disturbing scenes in which Thale once devours her friend after she has become bloodthirsty under a full moon.
Fans have now taken to Twitter to reveal their agony after seeing the film, with one saying: “My 8-year-old sister thought she was being smart and secretly watched Viking Wolf on Netflix. She snuck into my room around midnight to experience the nightmares are a nightmare. [sic].
He tweeted: “I’m currently watching the Netflix scary movie (Viking Wolf). I know it’s not a good idea at such a late hour 😁😤”
While another called the film “grotesque”.
It’s not the first time Netflix fans have been “traumatized.”
Just last week, viewers were shocked as they streamed the new documentary, House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths.
This documentary explores chilling truths and theories surrounding the deaths of 11 members of a Delhi family.
Ten members of the Chundawat family were found hanged in their home with their mouths and eyes taped shut, police said.
Many viewers got goosebumps after watching the terrifying three-part series.
One wrote, “I’ve never seen Netflix prepare a better documentary than House of Secrets… it gave me weeks of sleepless nights and I was afraid to walk around my house at night.”
Another wrote: “I want to watch the House of Secrets documentary on Netflix but the reviews I’ve seen are terrible.”
“I hate you for just that tweet. I watched House of Secrets and even at night when I live alone without my family I’m literally traumatized. Now I can’t sleep tonight. Why did I do this to myself? third said.
Another echoed, “I happened to be watching The House of Secrets after work and now I can’t sleep.”