Making people scared is a tough job and making a scary show that’s also compelling entertainment is practically a minor miracle. The movies and TV shows which catered to the genre of horror have so far reached an above level. Some of them are super scaried while some are manageable to watch. Here are list of some most horror web series that will make you very scared even during the daytime.
The name and the description may have you assuming that this is a typical network procedural: FBI agents interview psychopaths in order to catch murderers. But Mindhunter has much more, it has Mad Men as it is Law & Order. The story of Midhunters follows two real-life agents, Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff, the original King George III in Hamilton on Broadway) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), along with consulting psychologist Dr. Wendy Carr (Anna Torv) in the FBI’s nascent Behavioral Science Unit. Produced by David Fincher and Charlize Theron, have something worth watching !
The job of this show is to reflect our society in an unflattering light, and they do it with a new cast and a new story in each episode. This is not fun watching—it’s mostly horrifying—but even if our brave new world is inescapable, the show represents a kind of protest that feels more necessary than ever.
American Horror Story
This murderous medley of elements clutters the show, but can’t suppress the glee that a horror hound feels seeing so many well-known genre tropes recycled and repurposed by Murphy. Produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, American Horror Story may be a big, bloody mess, but it’s clearly in love with the genre in its title.
Based on a sublimely creepy 2004 film of the same name, Les Revenants hones its focus on one small town in France where a gaggle of formerly dead people return, alive and… mostly well. There’s no explanation for this either. Other than that, the living and the undead are forced to try and figure out how to reckon with this strange turn of events, as well as the increasingly bizarre happenings that start occurring around town after the dead’s return.
In conception, Penny Dreadful doesn’t seem so much like a TV show but, rather, like a very elaborate dare—specifically, a challenge to craft the most fan fic-y Gothic horror series of all time and still have it track on an artistic and narrative level. Well, challenge accepted and conquered.