Netflix's new horror movie, The Perfection, is making people physically ill with its graphic scenes and people can't stop talking about.
The film, which users across social media are warning people to watch blindly without reading a recap or watching the trailer, stars Logan Browning as a young musician, 'Lizzie,' and Allison Williams as a once-was musical prodigy, 'Charlotte.'
Scenes causing visceral reactions include bugs crawling under Lizzie's skin, multiple bouts of throwing up, blood splattering on Charlotte's face, and a perfectly timed edit (at least in the trailer) of raw poultry being chopped with a cleaver.
The gore in the movie has led to self-reported migraines and vomiting from viewers who have called the story line 'sick' and 'twisted,' but online reviews have urged people to watch nonetheless.
Twitter user 'josh' wrote, 'just finished @netflix’s “The Perfection” and HOLY F**K. movie was absolutely incredible. was definitely sick, twisted, and had me cringe at a couple scenes. we NEED more movies like this.'
Fans were enthralled with the latest release which dropped on the streaming service over Memorial Day Weekend in the US.
But while people were captivated by the story's twists and turns, they were also nauseated by the imagery.
Throughout the film, the audience sees Lizzie projectile vomit leaving puke smeared across the window, and viewers witness what look like maggots crawling underneath the skin of her forearm.
In a separate scene, Lizzie endures a bout of diarrhea on a bus. And that's only the foul content associated with bodily functions, for the most part.