Canada is home to unspeakable horrors in the short-lived anthology series DARKNET, about a YouTube-like website that hosts videos of real-life violence. The six-episode show tells the stories behind these proto-creepypastas, an interconnected series of of tales. Some of them are terrifying, and some of them... well, let's just go with "not," shall we?
But was DARKNET canceled too soon? Your hosts William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are joined by Rebekah McKendry from Blumhouse.com and the Shock Waves podcast to examine every episode of this sometimes great, sometimes-not horror series. Together they also peel back the veil of internet film criticism, so get ready for our biggest episode yet!
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