A good Evil 1.3 last night, which pits hacking vs. possession as the reason a victim's Alexa-like device is plaguing him.
I caught up with Evil, which debuted on CBS a couple of weeks ago. Or maybe Evil caught up with me. No, I caught up with Evil.
A really excellent second episode of Evil, confirming what I thought after the debut of this series: it's the best new series I've seen so far this season on network television.
It's finally fall! Which means, by extension, it's finally Halloween!
Have you checked out The CW's Two Sentence Horror Stories yet? Originally set up for The CW's Seed app, Two Sentence Horror Stories made its CW network premiere on August 8. With eight stand-alone episodes in its first season, tuning in late won't be a problem.
Devils’ Line is a dark fantasy manga series created by Ryo Hanada that consists of thirteen volumes and was completed in 2018. An anime television series adaptation by Platinum Vision aired from April 7 to June 23, 2018.
Do you remember a time when you were at summer camp and your counselors gathered all the kids together to tell scary stories that most likely still haunts your nightmares up till this very day? Or maybe you and your friends telling each other very vivid horror stories? Well, whatever the case, maybe we've all had a time where we were either the vocalist of a horror story or the unwilling victim of one.
Let me start off this review by stating the absolute obvious to any of my frequent readers who have been following me on all platforms since my days at the Radio Station had ended, you know this. But for those of you who are new: I love this book.
These are some of my absolute FAVORITE Netflix Originals and my go-to list of recommended documentaries, shows, and movies. See the list and watch their trailers below! Can you tell I binge watch Netflix often? Grab some popcorn, a cozy blanket, and enjoy! (P.S. these are not in any particular order).
On April 11, Netflix released the first season of Black Summer, a series set in the early days of a zombie apocalypse. The series unfolds in a series of vignettes that are focused on two small bands of survivors. In the eight relatively short episodes, we follow a handful of ordinary people as they form alliances, avoid becoming zombie chow, and work toward the ultimate goal of a football stadium where they will be evacuated to safety.
Uh… was that supposed to frighten us? Welcome to WatchMojo and today we are counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Worst Horror Anime."
If you are wowed by Train to Busan (2016), the South Korean “zombies-on-a-train” blockbuster film, Netflix’s Kingdom will impress you just as much, if not more.