Ranking “Into the Dark” Season 2

Technically spanning 3 years (late 2019-early 2021) the second season of Hulu’s Into the Dark certainly faced hardships, in the wake of worldwide challenges.  While it took 5 months longer than usual, they still delivered 12 unique tales of terror, all based around a different holiday. So with the second season now ended (and hopefully a third one on the way), we thought it would … Continue reading Ranking “Into the Dark” Season 2

Into the Dark: “Good Boy” Review

Pets can be a great way to reduce stress in your life. However, with the wrong pet, it can turn your life upside down. Hulu’s latest entry of Into the Dark “Good Boy” takes a concept we’re familiar with, thanks to Stephen King’s Cujo, and blends it with psychological horror that makes us question our sanity! Last Chance at Happiness 40 year old Maggie (Judy … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Good Boy” Review

Into the Dark: “Delivered” Review

Just in time for Mother’s Day weekend, Hulu’s Into the Dark released its latest episode, demonstrating just how frightening motherhood can be. Despite being a bit derivative of a famous Stephen King story, “Delivered” is creepy, emotional, compelling, and probably the best installment of this Hulu series in well over a year! Camaraderie in Motherhood The story begins with Valerie and Tom, attending Lamaze classes … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Delivered” Review

Into the Dark: “Pooka Lives!” Review

As we’re all hunkered down in quarantine, Hulu’s Into the Dark saw fit to resurrect their creepiest character for this year’s Easter episode. After Pooka drove us all to madness in Christmas 2018, he’s back to bring Easter cheer and terror in “Pooka Lives!” The Return of Our Favorite Villain The film begins with the tragic and disturbing backstory of Pooka’s creator, thus cementing the … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Pooka Lives!” Review

Into the Dark: “Crawlers” Review

After two rather disappointing entries in their Into the Dark series, Hulu and Blumhouse redeemed themselves with the latest installment of holiday horror; a St. Patrick’s Day themed alien invasion film titled “Crawlers”. For anyone who’s tired of only watching the Leprechaun films on Saint Patrick’s Day, here’s a fun sci-fi horror alternative1 Not Your Typical Bar Crawl The usual drunken March 17th festivities are … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Crawlers” Review

Into the Dark: “My Valentine” Review

Another month, another holiday, another installments of Hulu’s horror anthology Into the Dark! “My Valentine” doesn’t deal with Valentine’s Day directly, but it analyzes a common issue among relationships and runs with it to a horrifying extreme, all while jamming in the meantime. Not Your Typical Concert The film opens with a performance by Valentine (Britt Baron) at a local club. All seems to be … Continue reading Into the Dark: “My Valentine” Review

Into the Dark: “Midnight Kiss” Review

With the myriad of Christmas themed horror films, New Year’s Eve so often gets overlooked.  Hulu’s holiday horror anthology, Into the Dark remedied this in 2018 with “New Year, New You”, and now they’ve done so again with “Midnight Kiss”.  While this New Year slasher does a lot for representation in the genre, ultimately it falls short in the horror department.  So let’s take a … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Midnight Kiss” Review

Into the Dark: “A Nasty Piece of Work” Review

In keeping with the tradition of giving us new holiday classics each month, Hulu’s Into the Dark delves back into Christmas, in one of the most off the walls insanity they’ve ever done!  “A Nasty Piece of Work” relates to all of us who have ever been frustrated by a job, and the intense hoops we must jump through to get ahead. Spoiler Free – … Continue reading Into the Dark: “A Nasty Piece of Work” Review

Into the Dark: “Pilgrim” Review

Every year at Thanksgiving, many of us go around the table to divulge that which we are most thankful for.  For many, it’s the only time of year they take out even a brief moment to contemplate their gratefulness for all they have, and maybe that’s the problem. The newest entry in Hulu’s anthology horror series Into the Dark, takes a closer look at just … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Pilgrim” Review