AMAZON Prime fans have been left shocked and stunned by the ending of one its films, with one saying they didn’t see it coming.
A little-known made-for-TV movie has been gaining traction on social media for being “creepy and strange”.
Finding a decent horror movie that can scare you silly and keep you guessing until the end is near impossible, however, Amazon Prime fans think they’ve found a gem.
Nightmare At The End of The Hall tells the story of a woman haunted by the death of her college best friend.
Courtney, played by Sara Rue, is plagued with regret and sadness over the suicide of her pal Jane, who died by suicide while they were at university.
Years later she lands a job at the college to teach and ends up in the same dorm where the sad incident occurred.
Struggling to process Jane’s death still, Courtney is stunned to meet Laurel, who is the spitting image of her late friend.
It isn’t long before unnerving things begin happening and Courtney is convinced she’s being terrorised by the ghost of Jane but nothing is as it really seems.
Taking to Twitter to share their thoughts on the film, one person wrote: “This film is so creepy and strange, At The End Of The Hall.”
“Nightmare at the end of the Hall had me glued and the ending whew this was one movie i couldn’t predict [sic],” added another fan.
If you love horror and jump scares, viewers of the 2023 flick, Malum, have admitted their terror after tuning into the seriously frightening film.
The movie made its debut in March of this year and is available to stream on Amazon Prime.
A premise for the movie reads: “A rookie cop takes the last shift at a decommissioned police station where members of a cult committed suicide years prior.
“When she begins experiencing paranormal occurrences throughout the night, she begins to uncover the truth about the cult and its connection to her family’s past.”
The movie is a reimagining of the 2014 horror film Last Shift, with both movies directed by Anthony DiBlasi.
Malum and Nightmare At The End Of The Hall are available to watch on Amazon Prime.