World News – CA – Here’s why Netflix’s Rebecca is more likely to stress you out than scare you


There is something to be said about the weird sensation you get after hearing the first lines from Rebecca: « Last night I dreamed I went to Manderley again » Basically, the Netflix adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s novel of the same name, which premieres 21, is an enthralling mystery begging to be unraveled as the trailer takes you with the romance of Lily’s unnamed heroine James and Armie Hammer’s charming Maxim de Winter, you soon find yourself with a disturbing sense of dread during the introduction of Mrs Kristin Scott Thomas Danvers In the presence of the first Mrs. de Winter always felt within Manderley’s walls, the question remains, how scary is Rebecca?

If you were hoping that the ghost of the titular Rebecca would scare you insane, you are going to be sorely disappointed. Although you could technically think of Rebecca as a ghost story, ghosts are not supernatural – they are simply the brainchild of the the fragile imagination of our nameless heroine, stimulated by the vicious taunts of revenge Ms. Danvers That’s not to say that Rebecca isn’t suspenseful or scary – it’s absolutely both

You will certainly be on the edge of your seat while you wait to see if Ms. Danvers succeeds in breaking the second Ms. Winter’s psyche The mystery of Rebecca and Maxim’s true relationship will also keep you on your toes As for scary, Mrs. Danvers fills more than this quota with her obsession with the dead Rebecca; Plus, Maxim’s description of Rebecca’s corpse courtyard (and the look we get of it before that) is especially vivid.If you end up needing to leave the lights on to watch it, we won’t would not want it

Rebecca, Netflix, Lily James, Armie Hammer, Daphne du Maurier, Ben Wheatley, Mme de Winter, Alfred Hitchcock

World News – CA – Here’s why Netflix’s Rebecca is more likely to stress you out rather than scare you


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