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Earlier this month, Highsnobiety wrote about Veronica, Netflix’s Spanish horror movie that had a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and was described as so scary, viewers had to turn it off. Now Netflix has unveiled data on other horror movies that it claims are “too scary to finish.”

According to the data, viewers made it through at least 70 percent of the following movies before turning them off before finishing them — presumably because they were too terrifying.

Of course, it’s hard to tell if someone turns something off because it’s too scary or because they simply don’t like it. That’s why Netflix used the 70 percent threshold, claiming people turn off movies they don’t like much earlier.

So, if you’re looking for movies that will test your resolve and push you to the edge, scroll through the list below. The movies are in no particular order and are listed along with their Rotten Tomatoes score and trailer.

Cabin Fever (2016, Rotten Tomatoes score: 0 percent)

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Carnage Park (2016, Rotten Tomatoes score:: 61 percent)

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México Bárbaro (2014, Rotten Tomatoes score: 60 percent)

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The Conjuring (2013, Rotten Tomatoes score: 86 percent)

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The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence (2011, Rotten Tomatoes score: 30 percent)

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The Void (2016, Rotten Tomatoes score: 75 percent)

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Jeruzalem (2015, Rotten Tomatoes score: 59 percent)

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Piranha (2010, Rotten Tomatoes score: 74 percent)

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Raw (2016, Rotten Tomatoes score: 90 percent)

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Teeth (2007, Rotten Tomatoes score: 80 percent)

Do you think any of these movies are scary enough to turn off? Let us know in the comments below.

In other news, ‘Rick and Morty’ co-creator Dan Harmon has confirmed the show has not been renewed for a fourth season. Read more on that here.

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