Amazon Prime viewers ‘freaked out’ and ‘s***ting themselves’ watching terrifying horror The House on Pine Street | The Sun

AMAZON Prime viewers have been left shaken by the horror film The House On Pine Street.

The drama horror film, which is available to watch on the popular streaming service, premiered back in 2015.

The blockbuster follows the life of a woman called Jennifer, who is going through an unwanted pregnancy at the time, and moves into a haunted house.

It stars the likes of Emily Goss, Taylor Bottles, Cathy Barnett, Jim Korinke, Natalie Pellegrini, Keagon Ellison and Tisha Swart-Entwistle

Those who have watched the movie has been left petrified.

One wrote on Twitter: "Want to be freaked out, watch this, I just shit myself. THE HOUSE ON PINE STREET."

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"I’ve just watched The House on Pine Street. First time I a king time I’ve been freaked out by a film!," another tweeted.

A third chimed in: "I finished watching a Prime movie called The HouseOnPineStreet Scary movie Check if out."

But this isn't the only film that has left horror fans quaking in their boots.

Others were left "afraid to go to sleep" after watching a terrifying movie Gonjiam Haunted Asylum on the streaming service.

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Viewers have admitted they "screamed out loud" watching the movie, which tells the story of a group of amateur ghost hunters.

The Korean film, which brought in a mammoth £16million at the box office on its release, tells the story of a crew behind a horror series.

One said of the movie: "Me watching this random movie not thinking it was going to keep me up at night. It took me all the way out."

"Now I'm afraid to sleep," a second said, while a third admitted: "It still haunts me in my dreams."

A fourth chimed in: "I regret watching this, I have not been this scared from a horror movie since I was a f***ing child."

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