In six interconnected short tales of terror, a woman receives a ‘mystery box’ from the dark web. Each item within will gradually reveal a dark and troubling truth. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL SERIES.
Halloween night. Two young girls encounter a bloody and deserted car crash with a horrifying secret.
3. The Staircase
A group of fame-hungry mystery hunters venture down a mysterious staircase to face what lurks in its supernatural darkness.
4. A Tangled Web We Weave
David and Ellen are on a date. But David just has to deal with a little rat problem first.
5. Mystery Box
A dark web mystery box that arrives, and a young woman uncovers the sinister secret locked inside.
Ok for an anthology series. Some made no sense (I have no idea where Clay disappears to in episode 3, only to reappear in the end) but it was a decent way to pass an hour and a half.
I thought most of these were great ideas and played out very well for short stories. Two of them were just okay but the other four were great! Halloween and My Empire of Dirt were definitely the best two out of the six, I genuinely enjoyed watching those two.
A good variety of horror themes in compact episodes. I personally enjoyed the first and last the most! Some of them do feel a little incomplete but there only a few minutes long, so no big deal.
Since they were short I watched them all but none of them really seemed complete. The 2nd was the best in my opinion. Number 5 was confusing…all I can make of it is that she either has multiple personalities, or she was murdered in that house and is stuck there, or it was about a residual haunting. Not sure where the other stories are supposed to fit into this episode. Number 6 was downright gross, dirty, and nasty. If you’re OCD or a clean freak, this episode will give you nightmares. I cringed throughout nearly all of that episode.
really enjoy these episode shows. i agree with most reviews, #5 needed more for the Ah Ha moments.