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Netflix has come out with a list of movies that are supposedly so scary, people can’t finish watching them.  How did they figure that out?  Well, their methodology isn’t remotely scientific…

Basically, these are movies that a lot of people have turned off after watching them least 70% of the way through.  Netflix figures that people would only stay with the movies that long if they liked them.  So turning them off MUST be a sign that they got scared.

 

 

I’d be more likely to believe that some of these were turned off because they were just too gross . . . like “The Human Centipede 2” . . . which really isn’t remotely scary.

 

 

Same for “Piranha” . . . which is practically a comedy, but does have a healthy serving of gore.

 

 

Legit or not, here’s the list:

 

 

1.  “Cabin Fever”, 2016

 

2.  “Carnage Park”, 2016

 

3.  “Mexico Barbaro”, 2014

 

4.  “Piranha”, 2010

 

5.  “Raw”, 2016

 

6.  “Teeth”, 2007

 

7.  “The Conjuring”, 2013

 

8.  “The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence”, 2011

 

9.  “The Void”, 2016

 

10.  “Jeruzalem”, 2015