A horror movie is supposed to have you on the edge of your seat, cowering in fear of the next jump cut, perhaps grossed out by some blood and gore, and maybe even make your palms sweat, but I am pretty sure watching a horror movie isn’t supposed to actually make you physicially sick.
“When troubled musical prodigy Charlotte seeks out Elizabeth, the new star pupil of her former school, the encounter sends both musicians down a sinister path with shocking consequences.”
Apparently one of those shocking consequences is the viewer may suffer side effects such as nausea, migraines, and vomiting, according to several folks on social media.
Who would believe that watching things like projectile vomiting, bugs crawling under someone’s skin, and bouts of diarrhea would make people nauseous?
That being said, many of the people who said they were made sick by The Perfection, would still recommend others watch it. I guess it’s kind of like when you smell something really bad your automatic reaction is to tell whoever is in the room with you, “Hey, you gotta smell this, it’s sooo bad.”
Don’t say you haven’t been warned.