A sinister new horror film has left viewers feeling cursed.
Incantation debuted on Netflix earlier this month and has since become one of the streaming service’s most popular films, with over 10 million hours viewed.
The Taiwanese horror story is told through ‘found footage,’ ala Blair Witch Project, and revolves around a mother, Li Ronan, who awakens a curse after disturbing an eerie shrine.
Soon after, chaos ensues, and Li desperately tries to protect her young daughter from the evil hex.
According to those who have seen it, Incantation, which the trailer claims is based on “true events,” is not for the faint of heart.
Many people who have persisted to the end have reported feeling cursed.
One worried user asked: “I just finished watching Incantation. Am I also cursed now?”
“Just watched Incantation owemji I’m so cursed now,” said another.
“I think this Incantation movie just cursed me,” said a third.
“Incantation scared the s**t out of me, I feel cursed after watching it,” said another.
So, you’ve been warned.
The film was released in Taiwan last year and quickly became the country’s most successful horror film.
However, despite the film’s apparent widespread terror, critics have not been as impressed.
According to Rotten Tomatoes, the film currently has a 50 percent approval rating from a handful of journalists.
It’s not much better for regular fans, who have only scored it 58 percent so far.