This Japanese Netflix Series Is Some Unbelievably Scary Nightmare Fuel Made for Only the Bravest Horror Fans… You’ve Been Warned

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

3 Darkly Addictive Shows to Get You Through September

Letting go of summer is not that easy for some, but having new creepy shows to watch may just help with the transition. There are of course some perks of entering into a new season, such as, reasons to never leave your couch and the greatest holidays happening but it does feel a bit like we were robbed this year of much needed time with friends and family. With an uncertain future for theatrical releases as Fall approaches, we’re left

An Unsettling & Unpredictable Netflix Double Feature: 1BR (2020) & Eli (2019)

Feeling trapped inside your home is something that we’re all too familiar with at this point, and within genre films, it’s often a theme that is tackled in numerous creepily creative ways. Netflix is often criticized for having a lackluster horror category, but when it comes to movies about being stuck at home, lately their selection has been twisted and frightfully entertaining. Whether they are behind the production or merely just adding the content to their collection, some of the

5 September Releases to Get Excited About

September is a somewhat dreaded time for many of us, as summer comes to a close and the hot weather slowly turns to that mild Fall chill. It’s an end to those long days and longer nights, but on the plus side, it is closer to Halloween which usually means a flood of all things spooky making its way to our TV screens. This year, the thrills and scares start a bit early making the closing of summer seem not