Netflix really stepped up its Halloween game this year, launching more exclusive horror series in October 2022 than any other non-themed streaming service in North America. Horror fans have grown accustomed to building their excitement for Mike Flanagan’s annual addition after The Haunting of Hill House series aired in 2018, but this year, a new

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Brandon Lutz is a screenwriter at Rogue Raven and the comic for Ascension is only one part of a much wider plan. He has worked on his development of a new Intellectual Property for several years and aims to create a highly successful television series. Early in his career, Brandon studied game design at the

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Queer for Fear: The History of Queer Horror is a four-part docuseries about LGBTQIA+ authors, directors, and more in the horror realm, and historical events that factored into the creation of iconic milestones within the genre. Featuring actors, directors, experts, drag stars, and more weighing in with their experiences, it has a fascinating, rounded, and

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  Let’s jump straight to the point for once: Netflix has largely succeeded in adapting Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman, a popular and critically-acclaimed graphic novel which had been deemed “unfilmable”. With Gaiman onboard, a Doctor Who director (Jamie Childs) attached for most of the episodes and a cast comprised of veteran British actors, it’s ultimately

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One of Netflix’s most popular original series builds the action, leans into horror, and sets up the final, fifth season! **This review contains spoilers** “What have you done?”   Full disclosure: I’ve never been a huge fan of this series. I’ve always liked it, but never loved it. Maybe it’s because I was born in

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Despite having little promotion budget or recognizable cast to draw interest – Netlflix’s latest horror series, Archive 81, has quickly sky-rocketed to the #1 most-watched American series within its first week of release. Based on the first season of the popular found footage podcast of the same name, Archive 81 is a supernatural thriller that follows

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In the past few years, Facebook Watch has grown in popularity, consistently releasing quality web-series. Debuting in 2017, Facebook Watch is a video on-demand service that is available to viewers free of cost and offers an assortment of shows that vary in length from just a few minutes to some that are over a half

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Warning: This article contains mild SPOILERS for season one.   Showtime’s latest series has it all. Teen cannibalism, affairs, corrupt politicians, a haunting soundtrack, and Cristina Ricci. When Warner Bros. announced plans for a new film adaptation of William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, with the unexpected caveat that it would be about teenage girls

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Horror television shows are having a special resurgence in an era of lockdowns perfect for sedentary binging – production values have also been drastically amplified as these start to resemble mainstream movies; cinematography, star power and SFX are all bountiful along with competent. The focus, too, has increased as these become ‘mini-series’ to contain a

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Mike Flanagan is a filmmaker who, in my opinion, has consistently turned in efforts into the horror genre that I’ve yet to find disappointing. With this latest show from the creative behind The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor (among other works), here is yet again a heart-wrenching and gut-wrenching slice

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