In its penultimate episodes, 'Raised by Wolves' adds an unexpected - but not unwelcome - dash of android body horror.
I can’t believe we live in a world where 'Cats' will be immortalized through endless cult screenings, yet 'Verotika' won’t indulge a legacy past, well, whenever it leaves Shudder.
It can’t help but feel like the women of these stories are themselves in competition for our attention.
Idris Elba and Caleb McLaughlin saddle up for Concrete Cowboy, a story of community, family, and horses.
'Lovecraft Country' takes us on a foreign journey for an episode that properly introduces Ji-Ah (Jamie Chung) and her, uh, peculiar habits.
Antonio Campos’ 'The Devil All The Time' is a parade of immorality that lacks depth, surely never giving the devil his due respect.
Rob Grant's Alive took even me, the "100 horror reviews a year" guy, by surprise. Such a monstrously different beast from last year's breakout 'Harpoon,' jettisoning comedy for body horror nastiness.
As Butcher's squad deals with the new information they've learned, and Vought Industries contronts the Compound V media fallout, those who are meant to protect become the peoples' worst enemies.
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