We all definitely have that time when we are free and want nothing more than to look for our favorite television Flicks to binge watch. If you’re a fan of horror Flicks, you may find it difficult getting television shows to watch as not very many show houses have lots of those Flicks for viewers to choose from.
There are however loads of horror Flicks that have been produced overtime and you may just have overlooked some of them. Here are a number of good ones you can binge-watch.
Misfits is a British television show that begins with a bizarre freak storm that hits London, and confers all sorts of unusual superhuman powers on different people and five delinquents have to deal with the repercussions of getting such powers.
The show has some pretty good episodes that are funny, scary, and provides the thrill you expect from a horror show all at once.
This television show only lasted 19 episodes, but it is somewhat similar to a number of other shows. For one, it takes place in the same state as Strange things and tells the story of Marshall Teller, who moved to the titular town and quickly found himself embroiled in a number of supernatural happenings.
The tone of Eerie, Indiana was definitely way ahead of its time, as it provided equal mix of humour and suspense in equal parts and you will surely love it.
Freaks and Geeks
Freaks and Geeks is a cult classic TV show that stars Judd Apatow and Paul Feig. It was produced in 1999 but set in 1980, and follows a group of kids from different social classes in a fictional Michigan suburb. The character work of the show made it a cult classic with James Franco delivering an eclectic performance as Daniel Desario.
Roswell aired in the 90s and it very much handled small-town paranoid science fiction in a way that was very much ahead of when it was produced. Set in the town of New Mexico which is famously known for unidentified flying objects (UFO), the show played host to teen drama that centered on three of the residents being outed as aliens who crash-landed in 1947 and have been living among humanity.
It is one show you’d enjoy binge watching, if you are a fan of horror genres.
Sense8 is the polar opposite of a number of horror Flicks as it takes place on a global scale as opposed to being confined to a small town. The television show also has a diverse sci-fi casts that makes it stand out. in recent memory.
Sense8 features mgifted protagonists that are being hunted down by people who want to use their abilities for their own ends. While the vibe is different, it still touches the human-centered science fiction that horror Flicks lovers enjoy.
The Leftovers which is based on the Tom Perrotta novel makes us know that the world goes on despite bizarre occurrences. The story deals with survivors as they contend with their grief, guilt, and unresolved emotions after 3 percent of the Earth’s population disappears instantly with no rhyme or reason.
The protagonist of the show is a police officer with mental health issues who deals with losing his wife to a post-departure cult.
Fringe had five seasons that brought a lot of exciting moments to television. The show played with alternate realities and divergent timelines in some similar ways. The basic structure of the show was similar to the X-Files, having a federal task force charged with monitoring incursions into our reality and containing them.
The excellent cast that included John Noble in the role of his life as scientist Walter Bishop elevated the show beyond everyone’s expectations. The show also has parallel-universe versions of many of the main characters adding intrigue to the complex, overarching plot.