5 July 2008 | blanbrn
A blood and gore horror series that has little twist and it's endings are to predictable.
"NBC's" new horror series "Fear Itself" so far has had plenty of blood and gore as the series always has spooky stories that centers around themes of vampires, crazy ghost, and gruesome serial killers. Some of the episodes have been better than others, yet most have been to predictable as it's suspense has been to punishing and not enough of a tingle to the nerve. Also so far only about two episodes have had a good twist that was the one in which Eric Roberts stared as a P.I., and the "Family Man" episode the rest are so predictable. Still at times the suspense does remind one of "The Twilight Zone", with it's spooky feel similar to "The Hitchhiker" series and the gore and blood equals "Tales from the Crypt" in some ways. Still the series falls almost flat because of the predictable and campy stories because so many of them don't have any plot twist and no humor is involved. So really even if you like horror TV series you can be alright to pass on these feel-bad fables.