Do you like terror? Here you have a good series
"The Curse of Hill House": ten addictive chapters, an interesting script and an impeccable production.
There are series for all tastes and weaknesses, in these years we could enjoy the most diverse genres: musical, biography, war, science fiction, comedy, police. They could be politics, media, medicine, delinquency, murders... In short, everything and a lot. And good, too.
Finally, the moment of terror arrived (or at least, the moment arrived to me) with "The Curse of Hill House". Ten addictive chapters, an interesting script and an impeccable production.
The basis of the story has a lot of the classic films of the genre: a family that comes to a house and "weird" things start to happen. With that starting point and a very good development, the story immerses us in the multiple crises and facets of that family, now dysfunctional, but united when facing Mansion Hill.
Its director and writer, Mike Flanagan, with very good experience in the world of suspense and terror, takes us on a journey not only to every corner of the house, but also through time, in a round trip integrated with great precision.
It is to emphasize technically the chapter six, with remarkable sequences, long and deep planes, that do not give respite to the protagonists neither to the spectator. They have a technical quality that would be the envy of many great films.
Hill House may be a torture for the Crain family, but it will surely be a very good program for those who enjoy the good terror.