cherylvis
Cheryl Eddy
cherylvis
io9 News Editor
Sep 8
6

I love the first one, am lukewarm to the 2018 and H20 (even tho it’s now retconned and easily dismissible), and somewhat enjoyed the first Zombie effort. All of the other ones to me are straight up unwatchable garbage. And I’m a guy who owns every Friday the 13th, so I obviously have a tolerance for terrible movies Read more

Sep 8
13

Also, there is this very handy chronological guide depending on which order you want to watch them.

Sep 2
4

This was one of my favorite horror series on TV. Candle Cove was the best, IMO, but they were all really well done.

Sep 2
6

God DAMN I miss this show and was so sad when I heard it got cancelled. The cinematography alone got so many scenes stuck in my head. Read more

Sep 2
6

Candle Cove was the real deal. Creepy, unsettling and chock full of dread.

Sep 2
7

This series was so good. Creepy, atmospheric, slow paced horror is my wheelhouse and at six episodes a “season” this one never got boring or wore out its welcome. And each season had a “jeeee-zus” moment burned into my memory; weather it was the tooth creature looking out a window, the bulbous human insides, the big Read more

Aug 10
11

I love the ridiculousness of Lucifer’s evil twin being the Archangel Michael.

Aug 7
4

Oh I got one in keeping with the Trek & party theme!

Aug 7
8

As New Trek is mostly about mixing nostalgia with whatever happens to be successful right now, anyway... Let’s just go with all the things the new shows would rather be than actual Star Trek.

Aug 7
6

this is the last one that i downloaded more than a year ago, somehow apropo... :D

May 14
25

I absolutely loved watching Mysteries and In Search Of as a kid. I would say In Search Of was the slightly better of the two, if only because it had a more documentary feel to it, thanks in part to Nimoy’s narration.If anyone her is still into this kind of stuff, Bedtime Stories is a fun channel worth checking out. Read more

May 14
7

Loved watching Unsolved Mysteries as a kid. The one that’s always stuck with me was about a bank robbery that turned into a hostage situation. The cops surrounds the place but the bad guys got away without anyone seeing them or knowing where they went. Incredibly hazy on the details now but it was spooky to little kid Read more

May 14
36

The most impactful episode of Unsolved Mysteries for me was pretty mundane. It was about an Asian-American (Hawaiian American?) who was serving in WWII and was getting bullied by other soldiers for looking Japanese. Read more

May 14
26

Too much unsupervised viewing of Unsolved Mysteries as a kid probably explains a lot of my interest in the macabre. Read more

Apr 28
2

If, in 1993, you didn’t see Demolition Man as the future, you weren’t paying attention.

Apr 8
9

You notice at all that there isn’t a lot of new stuff to talk about right now cause :::gestures wildly::: right?

Apr 8
5

It’s a bit of a dry period as of new pop culture.

Apr 8
48

Something makes me think that maybe the staff have been stuck at home and there are less interesting things happening in the world for some reason, couldn’t imagine what could do that, though.