This streamed version may work better than it did in the theater, if you're in a smallish room and it's dark.
I don't think it's really scary anyway, but very realistic regarding the Irish telling stories. And I agree with the other poster that it's more about loneliness and making a connection (I think that's what they said). Very pertinent to the current times.
(For me, it helps that I've been listening to the true-crime podcast West Cork.)