‘Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight’ to hit Netflix in October
It’s been dubbed the “first Polish slasher” and it’s due to hit Netflix this October. Directed by polish director Bartosz M. Kowalski Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight is being released in time for Halloween. This is not the only foreign Horror that Netflix is importing for Halloween, it seems that the streaming service is set for a whole host of terror from elsewhere this year. Films such as The Paramedic and Ratched have already hit the service.
The Polish horror films synopsis reads…
The movie begins innocently enough – a group of technology addicted teenagers finds themselves in an off-line camp. However hiking in the woods with no smartphone in sight will not go as planned. They will have to fight for their lives against things they never have seen before, even in the darkest reaches of the Internet. Faced against the dangers lurking in the forest, they will find true friendship, love and sacrifice. Will they come out of it in one piece, or in bloody bits?
The film will be slashing it’s way onto the streaming service on October 28th, with other films looking like this.
- The Paramedic – September 16 – Spanish
- Ratched – September 18 – American
- La Révolution – October – French
- Oktoberfest: Beer and Blood – October 1 – German
- To the Lake – October 7 – Russian
- The Haunting of Bly Manor – October 9 – American
- Rebecca – October 21 – British
- Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight – October 28 – Polish
- His House – October 30 – British
- The Day of the Lord – October 30 – Spanish
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