Netflix fans are ‘utterly creeped out’ by ‘disturbing’ new horror film Tin And Tina – saying it’s going to give them ‘nightmares for days’
- Horror film Tin and Tina has caused a frenzy of ‘terrified’ Netflix viewers
- The thriller centers around newlyweds who adopt violent and eerie twins
- ‘You think the Shining twins were creepy… you ain’t seen nothing yet,’ one said
A ‘creepy’ and ‘disturbing’ Spanish horror film has left Netflix viewers frightened.
Tin And Tina, which was released on the streaming giant last week, is a longer-form adaptation of a 2013 short film with the same name, also directed by Rubin Stein.
The thriller is set in early 1980s Spain and follows the story of a woman who suffers a miscarriage on her wedding day.
She is informed by her doctor that she cannot bear children and her depression keeps getting worse.
But soon the newlyweds adopt twins Tin and Tina who follow strict religious teachings and share them with their new parents.
Netflix’s Spanish horror movie Tin and Tina, has caused a frenzy of ‘terrified’ watchers. The thriller centers around newlyweds who adopt disturbing twins
Netflix’s ‘Tin and Tina’ originated from Spain, and has been translated to English
Tin and Tina bring an eerie and strained energy to the couple’s house as mysterious and violent occurrences begin to take place.
Couple Lola and Adolfo are played by Milena Smit, 26, and Jaime Lorente, 31.
Twins Tin and Tina are portrayed by 11-year-olds Anastasia Russo and Carlos González Morollón.
And ever since it landed on Netflix, it’s left people petrified.
One scared viewer wrote: ‘Watched Tin and Tina on Netflix. You think the Shining twins were creepy… you ain’t seen nothing yet. They utterly creeped me out, and I will have nightmares for days.’
Another viewer chillingly added: ‘Me praying #TinandTina don’t come in my dreams tonight. Can’t even bare to watch the second half, whilst the house is so quiet. Why have I done this to myself.’
A third person said: ‘Need to watch a Barbie movie after watching Tin and Tina, that movie is so disturbing.’
Someone else added: ‘I haven’t had a movie creep me out in a long time as much as Tin and Tina.’
Viewers took to Twitter to share their terrified responses to the movie
‘Tin and Tina are literally the scariest children I’ve ever seen in a horror movie,’ one comment read.
One tweet jokingly spoke of the creepy twins: ‘Oh nah, I would’ve been scared of Tin and Tina the first time I saw them lol.’
The disturbing nature of the horror flick had some viewers warning about possible nightmares: ‘I made bebe watch Tin and Tina, and now she is whimpering in her sleep.’
Another disturbed viewer wrote: ‘Watching Tin and Tina, nah those kids never would’ve left the convent. They were creepy from the get-go.’
One Twitter user added: ‘OMG these kids gave me goosebumps.’
The eerie trailer starts off dramatically with the newlywed wife having a bloody miscarriage right outside of the church on her wedding day, as her family and friends stand in shock witnessing the blood appear on her pristine white gown.
When the couple looks to adopt, the nun introduces Tin and Tina, who have been abandoned at the church’s gates and states: ‘They are indeed special children.’
The husband tells the wife, ‘I know what you’re thinking, and they are just too old, and a bit strange.’
The wife argues that ‘these children need to be loved – same as us, we need love,’ adding: ‘Let us be a family.’
The trailer’s rundown quickly shifts from the adopted twins being playful and ‘innocent,’ to a fire in the house, and the wife screaming.
Recently Netflix fans said they were ‘scarred for life’ after watching the streaming service’s new horror film The Strays.
The film is set in early 1980s Spain and the story follows a wife who suffers a miscarriage on her wedding day
She is informed by her doctor that she cannot bear children, and her depression keeps getting worse. The newlyweds adopt twins Tin and Tina
Tin and Tina bring an eerie and strained energy to the couple’s house, as mysterious and violent occurrences begin to take place
The flick follows Neve (Ashley Madekwe), a light-skinned biracial woman who lives a suburban life in a small English town and works as a deputy headmistress.
She is married to a white man named Ian (Justin Salinger) and eschews anything that has to do with blackness.
Neve’s past threatens to unravel her idyllic life and she becomes deeply distressed by the arrival of two strangers in the town who appear to know her.
In the trailer for the film, Neve is seen driving her children when the two strangers appear on the side of the road, almost causing her to crash.
Later, Neve and her husband are entertaining guests in their home when she spots a man staring at her from the pavement.
Becoming startled, she stands up and points outside, saying: ‘What’s that at the window? Someone’s there, can’t you see?’
But the other guests stare at her in confusion, with one saying: ‘What’s wrong with you tonight?’
Taking to Twitter, one user said of the flick: ‘Just finished watching The Strays on Netflix and I think I’m scared for life because what the hell did I just watch!’
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