Creepshow The TV series, was a delightful treat when it was annouced. All kinds of ghouls and boils rejoiced when the news broke. The new show would air on the streaming service Shudder. At the time, I had never heard of of the streamer. My knowledge grew as my anticipation for the show grew. All I really knew about the service was it featured an assortment of horror, supernatural, thrillers, and suspense films. I had grown tiresome of Netflix and other services barely offering horror in the general sense. Libraries always felt empty. Shudder, now just reaching over 1 million subscribers is set to grow into its own powerhouse. Slowly growing up its power and influence. I've gone out of my way to subscribe to Shudder right before it turns into its own force to be reckoned with, owned by AMC. This is the scary uncle in the dark corner during the holidays.
At its core 'The Haunting of Hill House' is a family drama, centred around the lives of the Crain family, with splashes of horror mixed in. Based on Shirley Jacksons gothic-horror novel from 1959, the series goes back and forth between modern-day life and flashbacks to each characters childhood, starting with Steve, the oldest.
Some may have never heard of Shudder. To be fair, they recently hit one million subscribers, and growing. I on the other hand, specifically became a member for a Shudder Original Show, Creepshow. Based on the beloved 80's dark, comic horror film and subsequently influenced by EC Horror comics of the 50's. George A. Romero and Stephen King crafted a cartoonish yet frightening anthology. Stories cater to different tastes. One thing stands out though, and thats the Fun! "The Most Fun You'll Ever Have... BEING SCARED!" If you like your camp dark, join us as a counselor.
With The award winning 2009-2017 tween vampire drama leaving Netflix this November , I decided it was time for a re-watch/final season watch. While there are massive ups and down for all the characters, this article will showcase the top ten and reasons why. Some emissions may shock you but frankly, Elena doesn’t deserve to be in the top ten anyway.
Supernatural returned on Oct. 8, 2020 for the final 7 episodes it will air as a series. This is the return to the end of a series that has been on for 15 years and a devastated but proud fandom has sending tributes to it since we found out last year.
Let me tell you everything I know about Holliston. It currently resides in Massachusetts. That ended faster than expected. That is the extent of my knowledge of the location. My knowledge of Holliston the universe is growing quickly. The television show paints the idea that in this universe horror references abound, and horror celebrities inhabit the strange, absurd, rock fueled, scare grasped world. There are no sitcoms on quite like Holliston. Perhaps never will be. Yet, it never quite got the fanfare it deserved until it was all but too late.
Welcome to Bly Manor. There are several tales to tell on the haunted grounds.
The Haunting of Bly Manor is a 2020 Netflix gothic series. A young woman is hired to be a nanny to two children at Bly Manor. During her stay, she notices odd spectacles and the children are acting strangely. Digging into their subconscious, the residents reflect on their lives.
Whether you’re here because you need your Halloween fix of horror, or you’re a year round connoisseur of the creepy, you were probably pulled in by the title. Hulu has officially cornered the market on paranormal investigation with their plethora of offerings in the genre. But even with all the shows in one place, it can be a daunting task to figure out which are actually worth your time. So instead of wasting your time, I wasted mine! I’ve compiled a list of different TV show offerings, all of which are sure to scare your socks off! And regarding the title, I have nothing against Ghost Adventures, but I think it’s safe to say that they’ve dominated the airwaves for long enough! It’s time to introduce some fresh favorites!
This Halloween I wanted my self portrait series to give homage to the one and only teenage troubled queen, Laura Palmer.
I got into Twin Peaks about three years ago through a friend, who said I'd love it stylistically. (They were very right.) David Lynch, man. David Lynch. While I haven't seen many of his other works like Mulholland Drive or Blue Velvet (I know), I have recently watched Dune, which I loved, and which also stars the absolute baddie Kyle MacLachlan. But I mostly haven't gotten around to Lynch's other films because I've been so busy watching, and rewatching, Twin Peaks!
I hate the Walking Dead. So if you love it and your curious why, read on. If you want to know why so you can convince me otherwise, find a new motivation. I just want something different from television. The most frustrating thing about The Walking Dead (T.W.D.) for me is the lack of a full story arch, followed by Rick just generally, closing that there is no sound decision maker.
The Haunting of Bly Manor was created by the same people that made The Haunting of Hill House, the Netflix mini series that reinvented horror. This is a synopsis for the characters that made me fall in love with the series
Beware, dear reader, as you forge ahead into this article! Beware… mostly of spoilers and not much else. The scares in this creepy tale are not that impressive for a hardened horror fan like me but it is still a pleasant watch.