Netflix and its macabre horror film that generates controversy

The streaming service Netflix has a horror movie which is considered a “macabre” event that even generated some controversy after its premiere. Plus, it’s inspired by a classic from the 80s.

‘The Thing from Another World’ is the 2011 horror film directed by Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. It is a prequel to ‘The Thing’ by John Carpenter, which generated a great impact after its premiere in 1982.

It is starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Joel EdgertonUlrich Thomsen, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Eric Christian Olsen, who portray an important group scientists who discover the existence of a strange and very strange alien creature frozen in the Antarctica.

However, it will not be long before this discovery, which was initially described as a “victory of science”, ends up becoming a macabre drama when the creature wake up threatening their lives and provoking an entire plot full of terror and suspense.

The controversy that generated this movie It was based on the way the topic is portrayed, since various conversational sectors still refuse to recognize the existence of alien creatures.

Trailer for ‘The Thing from Another World’:

And you, will you watch this horror movie in Netflix?

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