Netflix has been adding more interesting horror TV series from all over the world in the past couple of months, and for the most part, the series from Asia have been hitting all the marks for purists fans of the genre. Over the years, Hollywood studios have delivered with the much loved Mike Flanagan series The Haunting of Hill House and its anthology companion Haunting of Bly Manor, but even those beautiful art-house genre standouts were more aimed towards casual
“The film industry is out of ideas!” “Ugh, when are they going to stop making the same stories over and over again?!” “ANOTHER remake? Seriously?!” These are often the complaints I see in comment sections of any new movie being churned out by the film industries’ blockbuster conveyer belt. If we’re being honest, they are somewhat warranted issues for the most part when it comes to the movies that are marketed to us in theaters or even Video on Demand.