NETFLIX users have been left feeling sick after witnessing the 'goriest scene ever made' in a horror film where a woman is attacked with a cheese grater.
Evil Dead Rise quickly became one of the most watched films on the streaming platform as horror fans headed to Netflix for their autumnal fix.
But even viewers who love spooky season were left horrified by one scene in particular.
The fifth film in the Evil Dead franchise follows the reunion of two long lost sisters, which quickly goes downhill.
When Ellie's teens accidentally summon demonic beings after stumbling across an ancient occult book, she gets possessed.
Beth is left trying to protect her nephew and nieces from her sister, who keeps trying to get into the flat and murder them all.
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Bridget is the first kid to get infected after her mum attacks her, and she soon starts wreaking havoc on the rest of the family too.
In the film's most gruesome scene the aunt and niece battle for control using kitchen implements – and this is where Bridget turns to the cheese grater to get the upper hand.
Director Lee Cronin told Entertainment Weekly he was inspired by lockdown to film a scene where a brutal struggle took place where household items were the only weapons.
He added: "I knew people would enjoy it. I didn't realise it would become the meme that it has become from the moment that trailer dropped, but I'm happy with that.
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"It's fun in a movie to have something [like that], to see some of the artwork that people have created around it, to have found myself outside screenings signing cheese graters for people."
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