Netflix has revealed the top 10 horror movies that were so scary, users couldn't finish them.
The criteria for the list was that the watcher made it through at least 70 percent of the film before chickening out and turning it off.
When you read the synopses for some of these films, you can see why they might have made the viewer squirm.
Cabin Fever (2016)
Five friends face the horrors of a flesh-eating disease while spending a weekend at a remote cabin in the woods.
Carnage Park (2016)
The 1970s-style thriller follows a failed bank robber and his hostage as they run from a psychotic sniper through the Californian desert.
México Bárbaro (2014)
The film is divided into eight segments, each delving into one of Mexico's most terrifying legends.
A group of strangers band together to try and save themselves from a prehistoric man-eating fish, released into the ocean from the underworld.
A vegetarian student develops a taste for raw meat after trying to fit in during a vet school initiation.
A high school girl discovers she has a condition called "vagina dentata" after deciding to lose her virginity to her boyfriend.
The Conjuring (2013)
Two demonologists visit a family being terrorised by a dark presence in their old house.
The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence (2011)
A disturbed loner decides to create a 12-person 'human centipede'.
The Void (2016)
A police officer becomes trapped in a hospital, along with other patients and staff, by a group of mysterious cloaked figures.
Two American tourists visit Jerusalem for the first time and find themselves in a biblical nightmare when winged demons invade the city.