Survivalist mode activated! The Decline on Netflix will have your survival instincts kicking while you virtually explore the rough Quebec terrain. The new action-thriller is the streaming platform's first French Canadian film and it’s already topping the charts.\nAdded to Netflix on March 27, The Decline follows a man who joins a survivalist camp. However, on an expedition, the group is torn apart due to harsh terrain and weather conditions. It forces the team to “fight for their lives” while they suffer through a series of bizarre occurrences.\nAccording to CBC, the film is part of Netflix’s initiative that stated they would invest $500 million dollars into the Canadian film industry. The Decline is the first project from Quebec to be given the spotlight from Netflix’s deal.\nThe film stars Guillaume Laurin, Marie-Evelyne Lessard, and Réal Bossé who claim to have spent two weeks filming in Quebec’s Laurentides in below-freezing weather.\nTheir hard work may have just gotten the attention it deserves. After just a few days, it managed to slip into the platform's top 10 in sixth place.\nNot only that, but the film has been getting all the praise from viewers on Twitter. The thriller was described as “tense” and “gripping” by one fan.\nHighly recommend The Decline, a new Netflix film about a survivalists’ training camp. Really tense and gripping. Trigger warning: a couple of references to epidemics!— Mark Edwards (@mredwards) March 28, 2020\nSome Netflix subscribers are urging others to watch the chart-topping movie.\nThe Decline on Netflix. Thriller par excellence!— Stuart John Bulloch (@stubulloch) March 29, 2020\nI recommend you go watch The Decline! First French Canadian movie for Netflix, either in original French Canadian with subtitles or dubbed in English by the actors themselves. Great thriller about survivalists. Somewhat with the times. pic.twitter.com/sVLDr04bBd— Kris Michaud (@KrisMicho) March 29, 2020\nEveryone needs to do themselves a favour and catch The Decline on #Netflix - tight thriller flick with great characters and remorseless suspense the whole way through. Awesome.— Cameron McGrath (@camgottaplan) March 29, 2020\nThe fire emoji is even being used to describe how "on fire" the film is.\nThe Decline on Netflix is 🔥— F R A N K E (@FRANK_OHSHlT) March 29, 2020\nY'all are mostly stuck at home...so go watch "The Decline" on #NetFlix ..some folks trying to live off the grid in Canada but things take a turn for the worse.. #QuarantineMovies 🎬 👌🏿— Bentley Wilson (@BentleyWilson) March 31, 2020\nThe Decline(2020)The 1st Québecois Netflix film!A group of survivalists visit a camp in the remote hills of Québec. They find themselves in a difficult situation following an accident.Very thrilling. Raw, shocking, superbly directed. Beautiful wintery scenery.8/10 pic.twitter.com/VIFe3ryjf4— JR@🏠 (@JRDRD) March 31, 2020\nTo top it all off, the film has landed itself a 90% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.\nYou can watch the full trailer for The Decline below before streaming it on Netflix.