This Terrifying New Netflix Movie Will Scare Your Socks Off

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*Warning: Minor spoilers ahead*

If you enjoy the thrill of jump-scares and hair-raising suspense scenes, then we've got just the movie to give you all the chills.

Allow us to introduce you to Netflix's Don't Listen (also called Voces), an all-new Spanish horror film. Directed by Ángel Gómez Hernández, the film has already been compared to classics like The Conjuring and The Haunting of Hill House. And according to the movie's official synopsis, the main character is spurred to "seek out a famous paranormal expert" when he keeps hearing the voice of a ghost. Curious to learn more? Read on for details.

1. What is 'Don't Listen' about?

Don't Listen follows Daniel, his wife Sara and their 9-year-old son, Eric, as they move into their new home. However, Eric isn't too happy about the move because he's constantly hearing weird voices in the house. When Daniel then starts to hear a ghost crying out for help, he eventually turns to a supernatural investigator for assistance.

2. Who's in the cast?

Rodolfo Sancho plays Daniel, Belén Fabra plays his wife Sara and Lucas Blas plays Eric. Additionally, Ramón Barea (known for The Invisible Guardian) plays Germán and Nerea Barros (from Bitter Daisies) plays a small supporting role.

3. Is there a trailer?

Absolutely—and there's no shortage of heart-racing moments. In the short teaser, we meet Eric, who speaks with a child psychologist about the weird voices that keep him up at night. And then, after the professional dismisses his concerns, eerie things begin to happen around the home, and Eric actually admits that a mysterious ghost has been communicating with him.

4. Why should you watch?

Well, for one, several fans have been vocal about how terrifying the film is on social media. One person tweeted, "The movie Don’t Listen on Netflix it’s nonstop scary. No time to collect myself." Another tweeter said, "If you like scary movies, watch Don’t Listen on Netflix. I haven’t been scared in a long time by a movie but that one did what needed to be done from start to finish." Need we say more?

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