Those of you who have been following this site for a while know that, try as I might, anthology horror films fail to impress me. They tend to be inconsistent, B minus iterations of the genre that make me shed a single tear (and not in a good way). And I say that as a horror fan. So going into TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES, the Stage 13 (a new digital network within the Warner Bros Television Group) production premiering its first episode at Tribeca Film Festival later this week, my expectations were low. Well, color me surprised because this highly original and racially diverse series from Stage 13 of horrifying shorts gives the genre a much needed boost and even injects it with actual gravitas when you least expect it. That’s right; it’s not all jump scares. There’s an actual story, and you’re actually interested in it.
Joyce and Jacqueline Robbins, known as the Robbins twins, have been acting professionally for more than 40 years. At 71, they seem to have hit their stride. Best known for their roles as the White-Faced Women in the Netflix show A Series of Unfortunate Events, this summer their work has included an episode of CW’s Two Sentence Horror […]
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"Two Sentence Horror Stories" listed as top five horror anthologies compared to Netflix's "Bloodride"
With the release of Netflix’s new anthology “Bloodline“, Screen Rant takes a look at the top ten similar series, with “Two Sentence Horror Stories” at #5! Take a look into Screen Rants article and see what other shows you might enjoy if you liked watching “Two Sentence Horror Stories“!
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