While there are elements of storytelling that prevent the film from achieving the same success as masterpieces featuring similar content and style like the works of Ari Aster and Robert Eggers, The Lodge is still a legitimately frightening experience to behold.
What We Do in the Shadows is hilariously sharp and bitingly funny, and the first half of Season Two has me thoroughly engaged and eager to see what kind of ridiculousness will happen over the next couple of weeks.
With years of combined experience in creating the standard for modern paranormal programming, the duo decided to take a stab at directing their own documentary film entitled The House In Between, which turned into a case that even surprised two individuals with a wealth of ghost hunting experience.
Destination Fear set itself apart from other ghost hunting shows by incorporating a road trip aspect and an isolation portion of the exploration that delivered some genuine frights for the viewers (and most certainly the cast).
Devs achieves a complex blend of the unusual and the familiar and offers a satisfying home theater experience for our current life and times.
Hill takes the time to put the puzzle pieces together (and establish the power dynamics between the characters on the ship) and the hint of the trouble that the Derleth experienced so long ago is sure to be revealed, but you certainly don’t get too much in the first issue, leaving the reader craving more.