Amazon Prime viewers ‘freaked out’ and too ‘scared to sleep alone’ after seeing The House on Mansfield Street
- The creepy 2018 British movie sees Nick Greene record his move to London
- But there’s paranormal activity in his new home, as well demonic presences
Forget Paranormal Activity…. this horror movie is certain to give you nightmares if you live alone.
Amazon Prime viewers have reported being left too ‘scared to sleep’ after watching the creepy 2018 British movie The House on Mansfield Street.
The film, directed by Richard Mansfield, follows a documentary-maker film his life when he starts to notice paranormal activity – as well as a possible demonic presence – in his new home.
Nick Greene, who is recording his relocation from London to a smaller city, starts to notice strange happenings, and it’s not long before things take an especially sinister turn.
While many viewers have been raving about the film, others claim to have faced sleepless nights, saying the film has really ‘freaked’ them out.
Viewers of The House on Mansfield street on Amazon Prime were left ‘freaked out’ and too scared ‘to sleep alone’
Writer-director Richard Mansfield’s found footage horror film sees a Londoner move to the Midlands to find his new house possessed by a strange daemonic spirit
In the trailer for the eerie film, it states: ‘In 2015, Nick Green was making a film documenting his move to a new city.
‘He never finished it.’
While settling into his new abode, Nick starts to observe odd occurrences in his apartment. And from there, things quickly begin to spiral out of control.
Whether the documentary is based on a true story or not is left for the viewer to decide.
However, Mansfield Street is a real location; a street in Marylebone, central London.
And after watching the 74-minute movie, viewers said footage kept them awake at night.
Despite having a PG-13 content rating, people on Twitter were left with mixed feeling about the movie.
One person on the social media site wrote: ‘Just finished watching “The House on Mansfield Street” and it really freaked me out. Wish I wasn’t sleeping alone.’
After people watched it on Amazon Prime, they took to Twitter to comment on the movie. However, it was met with mixed reviews
Another said: ‘Yesterday I watched The House on Mansfield Street. A short little found footage film based in England. Worth a view as it had some unsettling moments.’
While a third put: ‘Just finished Watching The House On Mansfield Street Definitely Worth Watching and would recommend it Movie gave me the chills had my heart racing it will make you not wanna sleep.’
However, others have slammed the film, saying it is ‘not as good as the trailer.’
A Twitter user wrote: ‘The House on Mansfield Street 3/10. I mean, the movie is an hour of just s**t.’
A second person commented: ‘guys, the movie “the house on mansfield street” is terribly awful.’