NETFLIX viewers have been left "seriously disturbed" by the terrifying new horror Ju-On: Origins that's a prequel to The Grudge.
Despite graphic rape and child abuse scenes, the series is rated a 15, with a warning of "sexual violence, sexual threat and injury detail".
The series follows a young actor who starts to record the strange goingons inside the haunted house.
One viewer said: "Watched all of Ju-On Origins on @netflix. I am intrigued, confused, and a bit disturbed by it. I don't really know how to feel about it. But I didn't hate it."
Another added: "Damn… there really are no trigger warnings for the Ju-On: Origins Netflix series, just watched the first 2 episodes (of six) & i'm enjoying it so far but that s*** made me rly uncomfortable."
Someone else said: "I watched the first episode of Netflix's Jo-On series and while it's the creepy, atmospheric show I wanted it to be, damn it's pretty rough.
"I wish Netflix had added a pair of trigger warnings (child abuse, rape)."
A viewer raged: "Just finished Jo-On: Origins and damn I am so stressed out! Also trigger warnings plz!"
Ju-On: Origins spans different timelines over the course of its six, 30 minute episodes.
The synopsis reads: "The J-Horror classic franchise was actually based on real events that occurred over four decades – and the truth is even more terrifying.
"Can the people haunted by this house escape from its curse? And what kind of grim incident occurred in this cursed house in the past?"
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