Viewers say they’ve been left 'too scared to sleep' after tuning into horror show FROM, which is probably the best review you can ask for really.
Once anyone happens to enter the town, they quickly realise that they can’t leave and are caught up in a battle to survive while they search for a way out, all while battling terrifying nocturnal creatures that live in the surrounding forests and creepy secrets that are hidden in the town. Sounds good, eh?
Created by John Griffin, FROM stars Harold Perrineau, Eion Bailey, Catalina Sandino Moreno and David Alpay.
The show, which is currently airing its second season in the US, has proved to be a huge hit with horror fans.
Taking to Twitter one person said: “This is the scariest show I’ve ever watched, it so good.”
Another wrote: “Bro I’m shaking in my boots I’m so scared to go to sleep lmao. Why did I watch FROM before bed?”
While a third commented: “Just watched the first two episodes of FROM. Won’t be getting any sleep tonight now!”
Someone else said: “Stumbled across FROM just early this month, then binge-watched on earlier episodes.
"Season two gets me even more hooked. Setting aside all the theories for now to enjoy the horror/mystery, the creative shock value and interesting characters in the ensemble. Nice one for the weekend.”
And a fifth posted: “I'm finally watching the series FROM, and it's the scariest show I've seen in ages. Salem’s Lot by way of Dead End, this is 'No Exit' horror at its finest.”
The series has a very respectable 7.7 out of 10 on IMDB and a near-perfect 96 percent on review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes.
Bloody Disgusting critic Meagan Navarro said it was ‘a captivating and nightmarish mystery box show that more than delivers on horror’, while Fox 10’s Allison Shoemaker called it ‘catnip for fans of character-driven small-town horror - big Stephen King vibes here’. High praise indeed.
If you fancy seeing what all the fuss is about, then season one of FROM is available to stream in full on NOW and via Sky Sci-Fi in the UK.
A second season is currently airing weekly in the US, and will be streaming on NOW for UK viewers from 18 July.Featured Image Credit: MGM+
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