Although it has been available for some time on Prime Video, where it has been seen exclusively for several months, it is the turn of the widest platform:Veronica‘ comes to Netflix following its recognition as one of the biggest box office hits of 2017 and perhaps the most talked-about Spanish horror film of recent times. It is inspired by the only case in history that the Spanish police classified as supernatural and which continues to be classified as unsolved.
It tells us the story of a group of three friends who, During an eclipse, they make a ouija to invoke the spirit of the deceased father of one of them., Veronica. But in the process the board breaks and the girl gets inebriated. When he recovers from it, he starts seeing strange happenings in his house.
With a pulse for eerie images and an impact that rivals that of “Rec,” which he co-directed with Jaume Balaguero, Paco Plaza establishes a terrifying tale of teen mediums with “Veronica” that draws from its sublime setting. benefitted. Among other things, the film managed to bring Silent Heroes back into fashion, which play strongly throughout the film and help place us in a very specific era.
The film grossed over six million dollars, and landing on Netflix is the perfect appetizer for the spin-off that Paco Plaza himself is currently preparing to stage. streaming, It will be titled ‘Sister Death’ and Film will narrate experiences of iconic blind nun during Spanish Civil War, Until then, ‘Avalanche’.