As horror films ramp up the terror, movies makers feel the pressure to make the scariest film.

And first-time director and writer Travis Stevens didn't disappointed with his 2019 Netflix horror, Girl On The Third Floor.

The film follows Don Koch - who is played by wrestler CM Punk, also known as Phillip Brooks - as he starts renovations on his new home, which, spoiler, doesn't go to plan.

And to set the scene a little more, Travis actually wrote the script based on the exact house it was filmed in.

There are terrifying reports it is really, genuinely haunted - and this is one of the reasons fans are calling it the most "disturbing" horror to date.

With every attempt to fix the house, came consequences for Don

Don, unsurprisingly, had his work cut out for him as his new Victorian home was full of burst pipes and rotting walls just to mention a few of the terrifying decor extras.

And with Don knocking the house about, it didn't take long for him to conjure up some unwanted visitors - and consequences.

With each attempt to fix the house, there would be a leak of a milky looking liquid from the pipes.

But that's not even the weirdest part, you'll have to watch it to find out.

The film also stars Trieste Kelly Dunn and Sarah Brooks.

Fans of the film were quick to comment, with one saying "Girl On The Third floor” is trippy and those are the type of movies I LOVE!"

Another agreed: "'The Girl On The Third Floor’ has now become the most disturbing film I’ve ever watched."

But there was on particular special effect that had fans retching - the kealing, white liquid that appears out of nowhere.

One fan wrote: "About a half hour into girl on the third floor and I’m convinced that the house is just leaking c** everywhere."

Another added: "the house was a former brothel, it’s haunted and randomly shoots semen."

Meanwhile one fan said: "We watched The Girl On The Third Floor last night & I just canny stop thinking about how much semen was involved in the film."

The film received a 79 per cent rating from Rotten Tomatoes, which said: " Girl on the Third Floor  proves a good old-fashioned haunted house story can still be entertaining -- and put a fresh spin on established genre formula."