Netflix fans claim they'll 'never sleep again' after terrifying trailer for Riverdale star's new horror Sightless

NETFLIX fans have been left terrified and unable to sleep after watching the new film Sightless.

Starring Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch, Sightless follows her character, Ellen, who is left unable to see after a serious assault.

The former violinist starts to become very suspicious of new people in her life and their "alarming behaviour".

The thriller just dropped on Netflix in the UK this week and people have been losing their minds over it, with some saying "it's so scary and tragic".

For some fans even just watching the trailer was enough to scare them witless.

"The trailer for Sightless is so scary I LOVE IT I AM SO INTERESTED SIGN ME UP," wrote one Twitter user.


And a third said: "I wanna watch sightless but it’s 9:35 pm and i’m not trying to go to bed scared s***less bc i can’t do scary movies by myself."

Lucifer actor Alexander Koch also stars in Sightless which has received a respectable 80% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Sightless' addition to Netflix comes as the streaming giant promises to drop one new film a week on its service.

It released its slate of 70 films which it plans to release this year and feature some of Hollywood's biggest names.

Some of the stars include: Leonardo DiCaprio, Sandra Bullock, Dwayne Johnson, Idris Elba, Meryl Streep, Zendaya, Jennifer Lawrence, Ryan Reynolds and Jennifer Garner.

Major filmmakers such as Jane Campion will premiere their films on Netflix and the slate also includes and the directorial debuts from Halle Berry and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

"One of the interesting things you recognise when you've got a global audience is you're trying to assimilate and make the films that they love," Netflix's film boss, Scott Stuber told Variety.

"I see very diverse taste around the world. One of the things we're most proud of as a company is recognising the romantic comedy people love those in different variances, but particularly in the YA space.

"It's great to see To All The Boys and Kissing Booth come to their culmination this year."

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