Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, a true blood-curdling crime show released on Netflix last week. Directed by Joe Berlinger, this American docu-series stars Viveca Chow, Judy Ho and Artemis Snow as main leads.
Centred around the scandelous Cecil, a sombre hotel in downtown Los Angeles, the story relovles around Elisa Lam, a Canadian student who went missing in the hotel under mysterious circumstances. She is later discovered drowned.
So, if you are in two minds and are wondering to give it a go or not, here are some tweets you can read before making your decision. Check it out.
Unpopular opinion but I would happily have a week of quarantine in the Cecil Hotel just to feel something at this rate 🥺🥺— Nick Charles (@iamnickcharles) February 15, 2021
I’d rather be going the Cecil Hotel than work today— Morgan (@xxmsfxx) February 15, 2021
TBH #CecilhotelNetflix is worth your time if you’re into a story full of shitty people with an unreliable narrative. 👎I’ve had more fun shoveling snow.— deadcomma (@deathtocommas) February 15, 2021
Man this creepy and bizarre as hell. Definitely similar to the move Dark Water in some aspects of the movie. They need to destroy that building. #CrimeSceneTheVanishingAtTheCecilHotel— ᔕᗩᗰOᑎᗴ🍷 (@StaceySamone) February 16, 2021
The Cecil Hotel was on some American horror story type shit.— daejah (@Allhaildaejahhh) February 15, 2021
After watching 4 hour long episodes of The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel pic.twitter.com/iEbwFWW9D4— Kayla Sulz (@kayskullz) February 15, 2021
Omg 3 episodes into CRIME SCENE: THE VANISHING AT THE CECIL HOTEL and I have, like, ALL the questions rn. pic.twitter.com/NVPrNhuLIJ— Thomas Stoneham-Judge (@beingTSJ) February 15, 2021
OK, enough Cecil Hotel, I gotta go to bed! pic.twitter.com/oBl8et8W72— Gregory Harshfield (@HarshfieldGreg) February 15, 2021
Watching the vanishing at The Cecil Hotel while staying the night at a hotel really wasn’t the best idea lol i couldn’t sleep all last night :/— kathy (@floreskathyyy) February 15, 2021
Started to watch that ‘Cecil Hotel’ documentary on Netflix, I feel it could’ve been shorter, doesn’t need to be like 4 hours.— Harry (@HarryfromTTP) February 15, 2021
Booked a trip to the Cecil Hotel for Valentine’s Day 2022. Hear good things! ♥️— Steven James Music (@StevenJamesLive) February 15, 2021
Whom are you binge watching this nail-biting docu-series with?