Meh. Supernatural certainly includes some funny, but I wouldn't call it a comedy. I have "fun" watching some pretty horrid stuff ... maybe our definitions differ.
That said, it's not dark, gritty nor all that scary. It's bubblegum horror, to be sure.
I spy a Millennium box set sitting on my shelf, still in the plastic wrap. I need to dig into that ...
Dave the Geek.
ooooh True Blood is AMAZING!
I am not a huge fan of vampires...but I really enjoy that show.
Fringe is amazing as well. It never ceases to blow my mind.
"The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown..."
I don't typically watch horror for the scare factor. Occaisionally an episode or movie will creep me out. With that said, I'm often more entertained by dark and/or subtle humour or just bizzare scenarios.
I think Hammer House of Horror from the eighties is pretty entertaining.
I am also an X-Files fan, but after season six, I lose interest.
My girlfriend and I are currently on season four of Buffy. I thought that was going to be a guilty pleasure, but I am actually pretty fond of the campy nature of it.
I thought Masters of Horror had a few really good episodes.
One of my favourite series was Twin Peaks, but I guess it isn't really considered to be horror. Ironically, I found it to be creepier than anything I've mentioned above.
There is some decent horror anime out there. I liked Vampire Princess Miyu.
Ultimately I think TV is pretty much crap, so I guess we take what we can get. :)
I am very surprised! The only (albeit not truly horror), unique, one in a gazillion (I'm-going over the board here)
what is the name of these fantastic trees you've got here?
Twin Peaks is one of my all time favorites, too. Bob creeping over the bed, the golf club attack that flippin' giant/dwarf.
I recently saw on Chiller a BBC series that only lasted 6 episodes called Apparitions. Very, very creepy. Sort of an Exorcist 3 kind of creepy. My wife won't even be in the room when it's on.
I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be. - Douglas Adams
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