TikTokers are obsessed with Netflix’s latest Tawainese horror film, Incantation. The movie, directed by Kevin Ko, is inspired by real events from 2005. Incantation tells the story of a mother who must save her 6-year-old daughter from a curse after committing a religious taboo.
The movie went viral on TikTok after user @notjustbored1214 declared that there’s no way anyone could watch the film without getting scared.
“I don’t give a f*** how hard or desensitized you think you are; there’s no f****** way any of you are actually watching this entire f****** movie from start to finish without skipping a scene getting jump-scared at least once. Or physically having a guttural reaction of looking away because of how f***** up some of the scenes in this s*** are,” the TikToker said.
He added that the “hardest part” to watch was at the 1:16:22 mark in the movie.
The hashtag #Incantation has over 139 million views on TikTok. People are sharing their reactions to the chilling horror.
The user @louisshiii and friends literally had to hide under the covers during some of the movie’s scariest parts.
TikToker @x.lindsay.cx said she “literally stopped watching. I couldn’t handle it” after sharing her stunned reaction to a few scenes.
Meanwhile, TikToker @tian.delier was more inclined to make fun of the movie than to be scared of it.
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