After being forced into freelance work, 39 year old journalist Maggie Glenn is encouraged by her boss to adopt an emotional support dog. She does so, unwittingly becoming embroiled in much more than ...
Well done. Ignore sour reviews, Black Mirror meets Horror genre!.
I've watched through ep10, so I'm almost done with season 1. I'm quite enjoying this. It's Black Mirror except swap Future Tech Gone Wild (that's my description of Black Mirror) or The Twilight Zone except swap the In a Parallel Universe Wonky Fun House Rules (that's my description of The Twilight Zone).... for campy horror and cheesy scares with a touch of slasher, OF THE 21st CENTURY. It's pretty great.
Some episodes hit (The Body, Down), some miss (Treehouse, New Year), some hit so globbing good hard (...Destroy, Culture Shock), and some nearly strike out (...Knocking)... and some are somewhere in between. Yeah, there's some, "this is totally [insert film/show/novel/short story, etc.)" but it's still fresh and surprising and wonderful (save a bit too gory at times)... I'll add more later!
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