Creeped Out is a series of spellbinding, enchanting and intriguing tales. Each episode is a different story set in a different place and time, with different characters exploring their way through the unexplained.
An American paranormal anthology previewing stories told by the victims. Victims tell their terrifing encounters with the paranormal. This show contains narrations, frightening reanactments, & religious content.
Anthony D. Call,
A completely cliche and somewhat laughable supposedly "true life" horror series with abysmal quality similar to syfy or tlc reality style.
Usually Netflix tries to at least keep their original content somewhat interesting or at least decent caliber entertainment, but this show is down right ridiculous on all levels.
They focus on "true" haunting accounts that showcase people that I just could just not even attempt to take seriously due to their hysterical demeanor and almost over the top claims that made it seem like they were paid actors to appear actually haunted. Now I'm not saying that some of these people haven't actually been victims of some form of hauntings, but the embellished stories on this show seem like watered down cliche horror shorts that the production team/Netflix came up with to pass as true accounts. The emotions portrayed just don't seem authentic from the people at all and the show overall seems like a cheap addition in time for Halloween. The production value is decently solid for the re-enactments with some ok visuals no matter how ridiculous. The only episode that was at least passable and effective at times was the abduction story which had some genuinely well done visuals and intensity though it might be embellished as well. As a whole, the series is almost more comical than anything.
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