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Eric Roberts is the host, so that should be warning enough.
The show is basically a poor mans X Files, with every week being a different story that involves the supernatural.
Out of the episodes I've seen (its on at about 2am), the Curse of the Tiger Gang episode would have to be the funniest. A woman is bitten by a tiger (in her office mind you) and begins to grow nasty. A tatoo appears where the bite should be (although it jumped around from one side to the other) until she becomes a TIGER!!! What clever writing.
And it would be Dark Realm without Eric Roberts mind boggling summaries at the end. Not only does it not make sense, but doesn't even fit what the show was about.
If you like a good laugh at the expense of washed up celebrities, or just like really bad shows, then trust me, this is for you.
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