If you’re clicking on this post expecting to see a bunch of horror films and TV shows, you’ve come to the wrong place. I’m a huge fan of horror games but don’t care for films much. I actually couldn’t tell you the last film I watched.
I don’t have many picks for October as it doesn’t seem like there are a ton of new shows coming out and I’m actually going to be busy getting re-watch reviews done.
Goosebumps season one
I had no idea Disney was doing a remake of this and I’m now very excited for October. I’ve always been a bit obsessed with creepy things and I loved these books when I was younger. I also used to watch the show and it terrified me, that was way too scary for kids. I can handle it now though.
Synopsis: A group of five high schoolers embark on a shadowy and twisted journey to investigate the tragic passing three decades earlier of a teen named Harold Biddle, while also unearthing dark secrets from their parents’ past.
Superstore season two
I haven’t posted any of these yet, but I’ve already started my re-watch of Superstore season two. The first episode will be posted on the 29th October so keep an eye out!
Synopsis: A group of employees working at Cloud 9, a big-box store in St Louis, Missouri, faces several challenges while dealing with customers and at the same time attending to their personal requirements.
Gilmore Girls season two
I’m also currently working my way through season two of Gilmore Grls, which you’ve probably noticed as eight episodes have been posted already. I’m slightly ahead of myself with these but they take so long to write, I can’t get through many at a time. I’ll be making my way through this season for the next few months as December will be a big interference with the episodes being posted.
Synopsis: Lorelai Gilmore, an independent young woman, shares a close bond with her wilful daughter, Rory. However, her relationship with her own mother is strained.
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