A horror anthology series. Each episode features an eerie and terrifying story from the darkest realm.




2001   2000  


Series cast summary:
 Himself - Host 4 episodes, 2000-2001
 Antique store / ... 2 episodes, 2000-2001
 Helen / ... 2 episodes, 2001
Barbara Griffin ...
 Sheila Dodd 2 episodes, 2001
 Brad Collins 2 episodes, 2001


A horror anthology series. Each episode features an eerie and terrifying story from the darkest realm.

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6 October 2001 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Domínio das Trevas  »

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1.33 : 1
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Filmed entirely on location in the Isle of Man See more »

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Brings back nightmares about low-budget syndication
12 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

I stumbled across this show one day on a "series marathon" run by one of those triple-digit cable channels. Watching it was a nostalgic reminder of those crappy low-budget shows that popped up in syndication in the 1908s and 1990s, and it is no joke to say that this was a pale imitation of them. The fact that Eric Roberts was their idea of a great host (or just the best host they could get) speaks volumes about what follows. While there are some decent performances and a couple of good effects, the plots are tired, the sets bare-bones, and many of the "actors" are never-would-bes for whom their appearance is the first -- and fortunately last -- time they were able to convince someone to put them in front of a camera. It is less remarkable that only thirteen episodes were produced than that they actually found someone to produce those thirteen. If this ever shows up on the schedule, don't be tempted and watch something better instead, like a test pattern.

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