Tag: Horror

SHINING GIRLS EPISODE 8 (ANALYSIS)SHINING GIRLS EPISODE 8 (ANALYSIS)

Shining Girls Episode 8 is the eighth (and final) instalment of an American thriller streaming television series based on the 2013 novel The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes. Though ostensibly about a serial killer, there are supernatural horror elements in this series that recalls the Stephen King HBO adaptation The Outsider from 2018.

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SHINING GIRLS EPISODE 7 (ANALYSIS)SHINING GIRLS EPISODE 7 (ANALYSIS)

Shining Girls Episode 7 is the seventh (and penultimate) instalment of an American thriller streaming television series based on the 2013 novel The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes. Though ostensibly about a serial killer, there are supernatural horror elements in this series that recalls the Stephen King HBO adaptation The Outsider from 2018.

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SHINING GIRLS EPISODE 5 (ANALYSIS)SHINING GIRLS EPISODE 5 (ANALYSIS)

Shining Girls Episode 5 Analysis

Shining Girls Episode 5 is the fifth instalment of an American thriller streaming television series based on the 2013 novel The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes. Though ostensibly about a serial killer, there are supernatural horror (and possibly scifi) elements in this series that recalls the Stephen King HBO adaptation The Outsider from 2018.

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IS SHINING VALE WORTH BINGE-WATCHING?IS SHINING VALE WORTH BINGE-WATCHING?

Shining Vale

Shining Vale is an American horror comedy television series created by Jeff Astrof and Sharon Horgan. The series stars Courteney Cox, Greg Kinnear, Sherilyn Fenn, Mira Sorvino, Merrin Dungey, and Judith Light. The premise is a little stereotypical though, basically, a family moves to a small town into a house in which terrible atrocities have taken place. But no one seems to notice except for Pat (Cox), who’s convinced she’s either depressed or possessed – which turns out, the symptoms are exactly the same.

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FROM SEASON 1 EPISODE 10 (STORY ANALYSIS)FROM SEASON 1 EPISODE 10 (STORY ANALYSIS)

From Season 1 Episode 10 Story Analysis

From Season 1 Episode 10 is the finale of the first season of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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FROM SEASON 1 EPISODE 9 (STORY ANALYSIS)FROM SEASON 1 EPISODE 9 (STORY ANALYSIS)

From Season 1 Episode 9 Analysis

From Season 1 Episode 9 is the penultimate instalment of the first season of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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MOON KNIGHT EPISODE 1 (ANALYSIS)MOON KNIGHT EPISODE 1 (ANALYSIS)

Moon Knight Episode 1 Analysis

Moon Knight Episode 1 is the first instalment of a six-part American television miniseries created by Jeremy Slater for the streaming service Disney+, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Moon Knight is ostensibly a superhero with psychological horror elements, as the character is suffering from dissociative identity disorder (DID). There is also a supernatural aspect to Moon Knight as he is the avatar of the Egyptian god Khonshu.

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FROM SEASON 1 EPISODE 8 (STORY ANALYSIS)FROM SEASON 1 EPISODE 8 (STORY ANALYSIS)

From Season 1 Episode 8 Story Analysis

From Season 1 Episode 8 is the eighth instalment of the first season of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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FROM S01E07 (STORY ANALYSIS)FROM S01E07 (STORY ANALYSIS)

From S01E07 Story Analysis

From S01E07 is the seventh instalment of the first season of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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FROM S01E06 (STORY ANALYSIS)FROM S01E06 (STORY ANALYSIS)

From S01E06 Story Analysis

From S01E06 is the sixth instalment of the first season of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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FROM S01E05 (STORY ANALYSIS)FROM S01E05 (STORY ANALYSIS)

From S01E05 Story Analysis

From S01E05 is the fifth instalment of the first season of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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FROM S01E04 (STORY ANALYSIS)FROM S01E04 (STORY ANALYSIS)

From S01E04 Story Analysis

From S01E04 is the fourth instalment of the first season of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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FROM S01E01 – S01E03 (REVIEW)FROM S01E01 – S01E03 (REVIEW)

From S01E01 - S01E03 Review

From S01E01 – S01E03 are the first three episodes of an American science fiction-horror television series created and written by John Griffin and executive produced by the Russo brothers. The premise – a seemingly normal middle American town is actually a nightmarish trap which keeps unwilling residents captive. But worse than that, at night murderous monsters roam the town and are only kept at bay if residents stay indoors and are protected by strange artefacts. Staying alive and searching for a way out occupy the minds of these unfortunate victims.

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IS YELLOWJACKETS WORTH BINGE-WATCHING?IS YELLOWJACKETS WORTH BINGE-WATCHING?

Is Yellowjackets worth binge-watching?

Yellowjackets is an American survival horror drama television series created by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson. The series cross-hatches several genres successfully by combining influences from popular TV series like Lost, True Detective and every teenage coming-of-age drama out there. The series has been well-received with a second season now in the works. Deservedly, it must be said.

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ARCHIVE 81 (TV REVIEW)ARCHIVE 81 (TV REVIEW)

Archive 81 TV Review

Archive 81 is an American supernatural horror mystery streaming television series developed by Rebecca Sonnenshine, written by Paul Harris Boardman and executive produced by Sonnenshine, Boardman, and James Wan. The series is based on the podcast of the same name, about researchers cataloging the video archive of a missing filmmaker. 

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HELLBOUND SEASON 1 (REVIEW)HELLBOUND SEASON 1 (REVIEW)

Hellbound Season 1 Review

Hellbound is a South Korean dark horror fantasy streaming television series directed by Yeon Sang-ho, based on his own webtoon of the same name. Yeon, of course, is the film-maker behind the hit zombie flick Train to Busan and its sequel, Peninsula. Consisting of six episodes, season 1 introduces viewers to the basic premise of Hellbound, and the several characters caught up in its events.

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LAST NIGHT IN SOHO (REVIEW)LAST NIGHT IN SOHO (REVIEW)

Last Night in Soho Review

Last Night in Soho is a 2021 British psychological horror film directed and co-written by Edgar Wright. Set in modern day London, the film moves between this contemporary setting and the 1960s in a fantastical premise, that is good fun overall but stretches the bounds of the suspension of disbelief somewhat. 

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