It always feels strange to make the switch from Halloween scares to the feel good holidays that come at the end of the year. If you struggle to transition from horror movies to holiday classics each year like I do, I have a recommendation.
Netflix’s series The Haunting of Hill House has gained a reputation for being terrifying, but after watching it myself, I don’t think that word alone does it justice. The show delivers scares, absolutely, but also so much more. Part horror, part mystery, and part family drama, it’s probably the only show I would recommend to both fans of American Horror Story and This is Us.
I don’t think I can say much more without spoiling anything, but I will say that the way the show plays on themes of fate, forgiveness, grief and family stay with me once I finished watching. The Haunting of Hill House managed to make me jump and look forward to holiday family gatherings.
Strange Happenings This Week:
Food drives always pop up during the holidays, but Feeding America relies on donations to combat hunger year round.
Netflix’s series The Haunting of Hill House is based on the Shirley Jackson novel of the same name.
Friday, November 9- A waxing Moon will appear in the southwest 30 to 45 minutes after sunset. Although the slim crescent appears only 6 percent lit, its unlit portion should show the faint illumination of earthshine.
Friday, November 9th- The first rated R movie from JJ Abrams production company hits theaters. Overlord follows a group of paratroopers in WWII that are dropped behind enemy lines and realize they are fighting supernatural forces that are part of a Nazi experiment.