Netflix to take away ‘worst horror film ever made’ after rating of ZERO on Rotten Tomatoes

NETFLIX is taking away the supernatural horror movie Polaroid after handiest two years at the streamer.

The 2019 movie a couple of haunted polaroid digicam, has been dubbed the “worst horror film ever made” and is ready to be got rid of from Netflix. 

2019 supernatural horror movie Polaroid is being got rid of from NetflixCredit score: Spyglass Media / Rotten Tomatoes

The movie, which stars Madelaine Petsch, Kathryn Prescott and Grace Zabriskie, is set a haunted polaroid digicamCredit score: Spyglass Media / Rotten Tomatoes

The 2019 movie a couple of haunted polaroid digicam, has been dubbed the “worst horror film ever made” and is ready to be got rid of from Netflix. 

Norwegian director Lars Klevberg helmed the supernatural horror movie which stars Riverdale actor, Madelaine Petsch, Skins alum Kathryn Prescott, Dual Peaks celebrity Grace Zabriskie. 

In line with the legit synopsis, the plot follows “highschool loner Fowl Fitcher [who] unearths a antique Polaroid digicam that holds darkish and mysterious secrets and techniques.

“She quickly realises that those that get their image taken through it meet a sad and premature dying.”

However, even with the horror flick’s abnormal premise, it’s been labelled the “worst horror film on the earth” through critics and audience alike.

When it used to be launched, Polaroid didn’t obtain any certain essential opinions, and handiest raked in critically detrimental evaluations on Rotten Tomatoes. In reality, the movie has a Tomatometer ranking of 0% after handiest 5 opinions. 

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One critic referred to as it “a padded-out endeavour that may’t relatively justify a feature-length operating time,” whilst some other mentioned, it’s “so underdeveloped you’ll wish to shake it.”

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“A horror movie that are meant to simply be forgotten,” added some other critic. “The gimmick doesn’t paintings, the actors glance bored, the consequences are terrible. This looks as if a nasty X-Information episode.” 

Polaroid is now set to be got rid of from Netflix in August, after simply two years at the streaming platform. 

Alternatively, Netflix to begin with anticipated the film to accomplish higher, and used to be willing to take a position cash into it ahead of it used to be launched in 2019.

Netflix made a deal to procure the manufacturing rights to Polaroid in 2018 after Spyglass Media (previously Lantern Leisure) behind schedule the movie, which used to be in the beginning scheduled for liberate in 2017. 

Alternatively, that deal fell thru, and as an alternative Netflix picked the streaming rights to the movie in 2020.

Polaroid can be got rid of from Netflix on August 9.