1. You Have to Go Inside
Child psychologist Mike Painter returns home to investigate the 1988 murder of his twin brother.
2. I'll Hold Your Hand
After what happened to Katie, Marla agrees to help Mike investigate the murders.
3. Want to See Something Cool?
Mike has to convince his former friends that Candle Cove is behind the murders before they do something terrible.
4. Protect the Ship!
When Mike’s daughter Lily mysteriously arrives at Marla’s house, he fears for her safety - and we learn more about what happened in 1988.
1. This Isn't Real
When four friends enter The No-End House, they learn it’s more than a haunted mansion.
2. Nice Neighborhood
Margot and Jules deal with the presence of The Father, as Seth and JT set off on their own terrifying paths.
4. The Exit
The group must face the most dangerous part of House World as they search for the exit.
5. The Damage
Margot, Jules, and Seth face new horror as The Father wreaks havoc in the real world.
1. Insidious Onset
Alice and her sister Zoe move to a new city and discover a mystery involving mysterious staircases.
4. Alice in Slaughterland
Alice confronts her own incipient madness while Zoe eats with the Peaches.
wow. really enjoyed season 3 Butcher Block! seriously, from the nice and subtle use of "Some Velvet Morning" to heaping spoonfuls of Caretaker this seasons journey into fear of insanity was on par with the Legion series. So many nods to so many tropes but done in a very artful and purposeful manner. Nice ensemble cast too. Hints of TANIS too for those who know...
Must be nice. No way to watch it down here in Canada. I’ll just have to watch season 1 and 2 in my igloo and while I ride my polar bear
This is my favorite show on here, the season three content has been missing for over a month now though. Any ideal when it might be fixed?
Great series! As someone who's read quite a bit of Creepypastas, and seen how fandoms and niches can get with certain online trends and memes, I was a little bit wary of the concept of a 'Creepypasta-Inspired' show series. I was worried it would stick to the over-saturated and fixated 'bigger' and more 'prominent' Creepypastas (I won't name any names.) in order to suck off the internet fads. A pleasant surprise was found in watching these three seasons as I find these all based off of slightly more obscure pastas, not messily putting it from a webpage and trying to stuff it into a show but more so taking elements and the rough base story of the original pasta and fleshing it out and giving it more story and characters in order to make a full six episode season. I wouldn't say it's perfect in every way, but it was a good fit for me. Good acting, great practical and some digital effects, all utilized properly. I'm curious as to how this fourth 'Dream Door' season will go with the whole creepy-smiley-imaginary friend guy will go.
Loved. Can’t wait to see season 4