I do love the unexpected, and some unexpected goodness has been coming to use courtesy of German TV in recent years. I’m anxiously awaiting a follow-up season to 1983, but meanwhile Netflix offered the opportunity to indulge in Dark, and this show satisfied my appreciation for batcrap crazy storylines that take you where you least expect.
There’s mystery. There’s horror. And there’s time travel. Children are going missing. Suspicion and distrust linger over everyone. And nothing is quite as it seems. Wonderfully atmospheric and very creative. I do appreciate a show that swings for the fences, and this one went for broke.
Advent Day 15: Anthony Bourdain, Parts Unknown
Advent Day 16: Terror is Our Business: Dana Roberts’ Casebook of Horror
Advent Day 17: Freeze-Frame Revolution
Advent Day 18: Haunting of Hill House
Advent Day 19: Wind River
Advent Day 20: Letterkenny
Advent Day 21: Black Mirror
Advent Day 22: The Oddling Prince
Advent Day 23: The Americans
Advent Day 24: Fight Fascism
Advent Day 25: Bodyguard
Advent Day 26: Baskets
Advent Day 27: Literature