23 July 2019 | tkaine3
It's pretty watered down so not quite as good but think Black Mirror/ Twilight Zone for pg viewers.
5/10 🌠🌠🌠🌠🌠 = A light hand clap
'Dark/Web' is a mostly solid series of anthologies with a running time for each chapter at about 30 minutes so backstories are thin and they jump right to the point. Every episode of horror is centered around computer hacks and viruses involving violent acts of crime. Many of the lead characters are actors you've seen before but can't name. I wouldn't say these chapters are very scary or terrifying they barely show any blood or actual violence they take you to the point and usually cut scenes without showcasing heavy gore. The episodes are not frightening they may get a little creepy but most adult horror fans will categorize the fear factor as being kiddie. The cinematographies good though and will keep your attention through out it doesn't look cheap but it's below the level of what a mainstream movie would achieve. The special effects are lacking though not so much due to quality but quantity most of the editing is used for computerized transitions or onscreen digital effects. Would I recommend this series, Yes but only for mild horror fans who don't want to be terrified while watching, It doesn't move the needle for me per say but it wasn't the worst thing to watch on a boring Monday nite.