Netflix Fans Horrified By ‘Most Disturbing’ Film Yet As Dark Scenes Sicken Them

Netflix viewers have been left horrified by its ‘most disturbing’ film yet.

The streaming platform is home to numerous dark movies and TV shows, though some go unnoticed. One such film has recently grabbed attention, prompting people to express their disbelief on X (formerly Twitter).

“It is so scary and stomach-churning,” one viewer wrote.

Another said: “The movie is so graphic and horrifying to watch.”

“Crying my eyes out,” commented a third person.

Someone else added: “That has to be one of the most heartbreaking, gut-wrenching stories I’ve ever heard of.”

The TV movie, directed by Alex Kalymnios, stars Taryn Manning from Orange Is the New Black, Raymond Cruz from The Closer, and Joe Morton from Justice League.

The film is based on the kidnapping of three Cleveland women in the early 2000s and the memoir Finding Me: A Decade of Darkness, a Life Reclaimed by Michelle Knight. The drama’s description reads: “Abducted and held captive for 11 years by Ariel Castro, three women form an unlikely bond due to their shared trauma before they are rescued.”

Between 2002 and 2004, Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus were kidnapped by Castro and held captive in his home in Tremont, a neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio.

The three women remained imprisoned in the house until 2013, when Berry managed to escape. Knight, DeJesus, and Berry’s six-year-old daughter—born during captivity—were then rescued. Castro was subsequently arrested.

Castro was sentenced to life imprisonment plus 1,000 years without the possibility of parole.

At his sentencing, he claimed he was addicted to sex and pornography, stating (per NBC News): “I’m not a monster. I’m sick.”

Just one month into his sentence, the 53-year-old took his own life.

According to a report on Castro’s death by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, via CNN, he left a note saying those who confessed with their heart ‘will be saved.’ He reportedly wrote in all capital letters: “God loves you, for all are sinners, we all fall short of the glory of God. Christ is my savior and yours!!”

After discovering that Cleveland Abduction is based on a true story, viewers have taken to social media, expressing how deeply disturbed they are.

Cleveland Abduction is one of the most disturbing things I’ve ever watched,” one viewer commented.

Another added: “Watching Cleveland Abduction and I’m currently deeply disturbed.”

Cleveland Abduction has found a new wave of viewers following its release on Netflix in the U.S. It’s also available to stream on Prime Video in the U.K.

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