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The Best TV Anthologies of All Time

This is my list; there are many like it, but this one is mine; I worked really hard on it and I hope you enjoy it. If I completely forgot to even mention a great anthology series, please do suggest it in the comments below. But, beyond that, remember, a list is only a personal

I Love Creepshow

The title really says it all, but I’ll elaborate. I must have been 11 or 12 when I first watched Creepshow. My grandmother had rented some scary movies for me in early October of that year and most of them were classics I’d seen before. One film in that stack though was new to me,

Why Do We Love the Scary or Strange?

I am besotted with the creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky. I find things some would consider weird, wacky, or “way out” to be wonderful and whimsical, which is more in line with how I like to see the world anyway (you’re welcome for all that alliteration). I’m not sure if I can attribute my admiration

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Did You Spot The Twilight Zone Easter Egg?

Tonight’s episode of The Twilight Zone, “Nightmare at 30,000 Feet,” which has been told a few times now, was unsurprisingly a great episode. Unlike previous tellings of this story (originally written by one of my favorites, Richard Matheson), it wasn’t a gremlin on the wing of the plane that took it down this time, but

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A New Season of The OA is Now Available on Netflix!

I don’t know if I’m just getting older, or if Netflix has too much content, or if it just doesn’t seem like anyone in the community is talking about it, but in case you missed it, a new season of 2016’s The OA is finally here! I absolutely adored the first season, and after 3

Supernatural Has the Best Fans 🧡

At first glance, Supernatural appears to be nothing more than a soap opera for men, or just another cheesy CW drama for teenagers. And for years, that was my assumption, rolling my eyes whenever I skipped past it. But a few years ago, I must have just been in a mood to try something new,

Horror, But Not Horror: Room 104

Anthology storytelling, for decades, has been kept almost exclusively for horror and sci-fi (with a few rare exceptions like Four Rooms), but lately, there seems to be a higher emergence of non-horror anthologies. Notably, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The Romanoffs, and Room 104 are recently released and well-crafted anthologies whose horror and sci-fi elements

Horror, But Not Horror: Homecoming

Wow. Homecoming is a masterpiece, and I almost passed it over. From the trailer (the one I had seen at least), and from the description, it really didn’t do it justice. My expectations of what this was going to be were wildly wrong. I only decided to give it a chance because it was new,

5 Facts From Walking Dead Episode “What Comes After”

1. Rick is still alive. Despite this episode being highly rated among critics and fans alike, many fans in the community are still pretty upset. A lot of people feel duped, with the whole red herring that Rick was going to finally meet his ultimate demise, though we find out that isn’t the case after

List of Creepypastas that Channel Zero is Based On

Since the very first episode of Channel Zero, I’ve been amazed and hooked. The show is phenomenal in every way. The basic premise is to take popular creepypastas, which are essentially just short fiction stories posted online in interesting ways, and flesh them out into grand productions in the form of 6-episode, high quality seasons