Netflix subscribers are appalled by the “most horrific film” they’ve ever seen.

People have gone to social media to alert others about the situation.

Netflix users have dubbed a dark and gritty criminal thriller based on a true incident as the “most terrifying” film ever.

The Ariel Castro kidnappings in the early 2000s inspired the film Cleveland Abduction. Despite the fact that it was released in 2015, Netflix only recently added it to their library.

Michelle Knight, a single mother, is the first victim of diabolical kidnapper Ariel Castro, and she spends 11 years locked in his home. Michelle, who is played by Taryn Manning from Orange is the New Black, soon becomes a friend and sister to two other women who are also kidnapped by Castro.

Michelle vanished after leaving a friend’s residence in August 2002. She accepted Castro’s offer of a ride because he was the father of a classmate.

While many people are praising Cleveland Abduction, it has also frightened several viewers. Rohan Carrington took to Twitter to say: “Cleveland Abduction is one of the most disturbing things I’ve ever watched. There’s some sick people in this world.”

Jayme Lee said: “So many tears, hardest movie I’ve ever watched”. Mila T said it was a “horrific story” and called Castro a “monster”.

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