9-1-1 is more of the same, as it delivers daring rescues and a slew of forgettable guest stars. However, more than ever, there is the vibe it wants you to see everyone get their moment in the sun with dedicated episodes.
While Jibaro is beautiful, it is dull enough to pause, do something else, and then return to.
In a short so good you wish you were playing it, In Vaulted Halls Entombed feels like a series of cut scenes from a AAA game.
Vermin are invading forces, and Mason decides, with them escalating things, he is going to match their energy and surpass them.
Swarm is one of the first from Volume III which pushes you to want a sequel if/when we get a volume IV.
Government soldiers face off against a mecha bear that has killed dozens without mercy.
Night of the Mini Dead gives you Robot Chicken vibes in the best way.
A crew trying to deliver oil encounters a giant crustucian which wants safe passage to a local island to feed. Will they sacrifice others to save themselves?
Unnerving and graphic, but with an ending that lacks a punch, Men leans more towards art house than being a commercial horror.
Humans (The Warms) battle for survival against a vampire invasion that has pushed their people to the brink of extinction.