The Outsider: “In the Pines, In the Pines” Review

Following the biggest cliffhanger the series has thrown at us thus far, the latest episode takes its time and makes us wait, but it ends up being worth it…mostly. On the surface, “In the Pines, In the Pines” is without a doubt the most tense and thrilling episode of the series, but beneath all that, there’s so much more to it. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve … Continue reading The Outsider: “In the Pines, In the Pines” Review

The Outsider: “The One About the Yiddish Vampire” Review

In a season that’s admittedly been moving slower the last few episodes, “The One About the Yiddish Vampire” picked up the pace a little. It still contains more set up than payoff, but everything seems to be moving into the direction it needs to. Chasing the Boogeyman Following her frightening encounter with the mysterious figure, Jeannie reaches out to Glory Maitland, and her daughters, as … Continue reading The Outsider: “The One About the Yiddish Vampire” Review

The Outsider: “Dark Uncle” Review

After an explosive and intense series premiere, The Outsider took a step back this week to get its bearings and set up what is to come.  By no means was this a bad thing, but there’s a lot to unpack, so let’s get started. Wave of Mysteries Following the discovery in the abandoned barn, the police department follow up, gathering further evidence and adding to … Continue reading The Outsider: “Dark Uncle” Review

Servant: “Cricket” Review

As Servant continues to relish in making its audience cringe and feel uncomfortable, “Cricket” takes this a step further.  In a series known for its smaller moments, this episode really ups the tension and flips the leverage into another direction.  So let’s all squirm together as we take a closer look at “Cricket”. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned!!! Trust No One As Sean and … Continue reading Servant: “Cricket” Review

Servant: “Reborn”/”Wood”/”Eel”

As Apple TV enters the arena of the Great Streaming War, its star-studded series such as The Morning Show, as well as its period drama Dickinson, have now been complimented by entirely different fanbase: the horror/thriller crowd. With a huge name like M. Night Shyamlan attached (as executive producer and director of the first episode), Servant certainly has enough buzz to get noticed.  But does … Continue reading Servant: “Reborn”/”Wood”/”Eel”

AHS 1984: “Final Girl” Review (Spoilers)

As another season of American Horror Story comes to a close, we can’t help be dwell on the emotional and poignant season finales of the past.  One thing that AHS has usually delivers in their final episodes is some sort of character-driven, emotional catharsis, that’s been built towards all season. And in that respect, “Final Girl” succeeds immensely.  Ultimately however, it doesn’t really live up … Continue reading AHS 1984: “Final Girl” Review (Spoilers)

“In the Tall Grass” Review

For anyone who’s ever wondered what Field of Dreams would look like as a horror film, wonder no more!  This latest Netflix original film adapts a novella co-written by Stephen King and his son Joe Hill.  While the plot begins as simple and straightforward, it goes down a trippy rabbit hole that we’ve come to expect from the master of horror. No Good Deed Goes … Continue reading “In the Tall Grass” Review