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12th Mar 2018

These Are The 10 Scariest Movies That Irish People Just Can’t Finish On Netflix

Darragh Berry

Following the addition of Veronica, one of Netflix’s best ever scares to the streaming service, Netflix have released a list of films that have always forced Irish people to press stop before they reach the end. 

It’s a list of the top horror films on Netflix that committed Irish viewers just couldn’t finish – they made it at least 70% of the way through, they made it past the climax, but they just couldn’t survive until the end.

How many have you finished (or not) on this list and how do these stack up to the films that frightened your fancy?

Blair Witch

After finding footage of his long-missing sister, James Donahue heads into the woods to find her, accompanied by friends and a documentary film maker

Darna Zaroori Hai

An old woman who lives in a dilapidated mansion narrates six scary stories to a group of children who have dropped in to take shelter from the rain.


Three unwary students travel to Slovakia looking for a hostel said to be brimming with wanton women, only to become objects of imaginable torture.


A family starts to lose it Christmas spirit and is soon terrorised by a demon destined to punish those who don’t give the holiday its proper due.

Paranormal Activity 2

When Katie and Micah their home may be haunted by a demonic presence, Micah sets up a video camera to document all the action

The Descent

Six girlfriends on spelunking trip become trapped under the earth, where they start to suffer from limited oxygen and delusions – or are they?

The Fog

A coastal Oregon town is visited by malevolent spirits of lepers and sailors aboard a ship that town forefather steered astray on purpose.

The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence

After their car breaks down while in Germany, two American women wind up a remote villa and soon find themselves trapped in a nightmare

The Omen

When adoptive parents raise a boy in place of their still born infant, all is well until it is foretold that the child is the spawn of the devil.


The four part anthology of short horror films features stories that include some traditional themes but all are shown from a female point of view.

We double-dare you to watch any of these movies before bedtime, or in the middle of the day for that matter. 

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