My lady loves this show, so I watched the first season on Netflix. Only thing scary in season 1 was the intro, and the fact that the jock kid Tate shot in the face with a shotgun appeared to have one bullet in between the eyes bothered the sh*t out of me for some strange reason. I'd consider this a psychological show before a horror. Edit; I'd also like to add that I thought the ending of season 1 was disappointing, a show built around pure evil/darkness only to have a cheerful ending? The whole family died, pretty horribly I add, the anti-christ was born and the show ended with the dead family putting up a f*cking christmas tree and the anti-christ having a jolly 'ol time with the maid. Don't know what I wanted out of it to be honest, just not that.
Still good show, will start watching the coven since season 2 isn't on netflix.
those who claim to know the reason that everyone buys GTA being for the single player story need to get out more often. Those whom I play GTA with were salivating over dreams of how online multiplayer would be improved upon in the years and months prior to ONLINE's birth. Single player will become less important as the functionality and diversity of online worlds increases, to the masses I predict.
The more bed-wetter-comments I read from single player fans lamenting anything and everything to do with ONLINE, the more I realize that I would enjoy an opportunity for a gang of us online players to beat the crap out this bunch of whining single players. (online, of course) And, after we whipped the single-player-crybabies' asses, then I'd invite all of you back to my downtown apartment for drinks, smokie and maybe some girls... no hard feelings...
you single player bitches just can't handle the city when its full of real players.
there is nothing over complicated about online at this point, other than being pitted against other real players that can show just how good your are not.
online is the future, and the future is now.
I've been playing GTA over a decade and couldn't fathom a gta multiplayer. It's here... and unforunately I find it rather dull. I still play every week or every other week, but multiplayer lacks a story... hell the story lacks a story. Creating a universe is R*'s bread and butter and if the future for GTA is purely online, I think the franchise's future is grim.