Netflix’s new horror leaves a trail of corpses in the top 10 in 80 countries

There’s no timetable for when you can enjoy horror – as the genre’s popularity in all seasons proves – but releasing a brand new slasher weeks before the scariest day on the calendar, the industry’s biggest streaming service, was an equally smart tactical move as he was obvious, with The conference already one of Netflix’s biggest hits.

Per FlixPatrolThe Swedish original debuted as the most-watched new film in the content library, peaking at number five on the global charts and achieving a top 10 placement in 80 countries around the world. What’s more, it took first place in eleven of them, and its proximity to Halloween should ensure it stays at the top for a while longer.

Still image of the fearsome murderer in Netlfix's new Swedish slasher
Image via Netflix

In a rather monotonous situation, a group of city employees attend one of those team building conferences that everyone in the corporate world hates so much, only to find salacious gossip, juicy rumors, and rumors of corruption spreading among the attendees. As if that weren’t enough, there also happens to be a mysterious masked murderer among them who drops bodies with reckless abandon, picking off those present one by one.

With a solid 83 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, The conference wasn’t quite as enthusiastically received by audiences given its average user rating of 50 percent, but a streaming-only slasher premiering in October will be a surefire hit, whether it’s trash or treasure. However, there’s only one way to find out for sure, and that’s exactly what subscribers did.

Lindsay Lowe

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