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The recently released horror movie on Netflix that won’t let you move from your couch

The recently released horror movie on Netflix that won’t let you move from your couch
February 29, 2024 – 19:33

The film focuses on the terrifying figure of a forest spirit. Critics and viewers praised it highly and it is already the most viewed on the platform.

Do you dare to see it? On February 27th he reached Netflix an extraordinary horror movie which has already caused a sensation among the users of the platform and which It won’t let you move from the chair (or will it). In a few hours, In the Earth It became the most watched film of its genre.

It was originally released in 2021 and has a duration of 1 hour and 47 minutes. The film explores themes of horror and mystery, offering an intense and captivating experience for viewers. The protagonist? A macabre and terrifying spirit that lives in the forest.

In the Earth managed to capture the attention of both critics and viewers, praised both for various aspects of the production, such as directing Ben Wheatley and the intriguing plot. Thus, it established itself as an attractive option for those who enjoy science fiction and psychological horror.

Synopsis of In the Earth, a good option to watch on Netflix

Martin Lowery, played by Joel Fry, is a scientist who ventures into a forest to search for his missing colleague, Olivia Wendle, played by Hayley Squires. As Martin immerses himself in the search, the plot takes a terrifying turn as it reveals a dark and disturbing side that hides in the nature of the forest.

In the Earth Trailer

Embed – IN THE EARTH Official Spanish Trailer SUBTITLED (2021)

In the Earth cast

  • Joel Fry (Martin Lowery)
  • Reece Shearsmith (Zach)
  • Hayley Squires (Olivia Wendle)
  • Ellora Torchia (Soul)
  • John Hollingworth (James)
  • Mark Monero (Frank)

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