Veronica (Spanish: Verónica), a film by Paco Plaza who is best known for writing and directing the REC film series debuted in the Contemporary World Cinema section of the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. Since it’s surprise release on Netflix late last month, the film has been dubbed as Netflix’s ‘scariest movie ever’. Why, you ask? Honestly, I don’t see it that way but that doesn’t erase the fact that Verónica is a good horror film worth the stream.
If you’ve seen “The End of the F***ing World”, I’m 100% sure you enjoyed it. But if you haven’t seen it let alone heard of it, I suggest to give it a little attention. The series tells the story of a boy and a girl who embarked on a journey of self-discovery while losing their f ***ing minds in the process. 😉 Don’t be scared. It’s a great highly-recommended series. Promise!
Ah Netflix! Ever since you came, “staycations” and work-free days became a lot better. Subscribers can binge-watch past TV shows, anime, cartoons and of course, movies. If you prefer watching something new, no worries because they have a selection of Netflix Originals like Stranger Things! Speaking of which, 2017 was a good year for the American entertainment company as they did not only give us another lineup of original content but also acquired exclusive international broadcast rights to some great series as well as adapted novels into an original television series.