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In this documentary series, there are some legends behind some of the famous 'Cursed' horror movies in Hollywood that embody a terrifying paradigm for many artists. The series tells of these mysterious events through interviews with experts, witnesses, actors, directors, and producers who have lived through these situations realistically. The series chronicles a wide range of events including aircraft crashes and explosions during the making of The Omen and the commonsense use of a real human skeleton on a group of Poltergeist.
I feel like maybe this could have made a compelling feature documentary with each of the profiled films being a short 10-minute segment and doing away with all the ridiculous side excursions that all the episodes I have seen so far take...
At a half hour, the episode is too short to really go deep on these topics. But director Jay Cheel approaches his sometimes eccentric subjects with an open, yet skeptical mind, lending both credulity and levity to the season premiere.
We are never chastised for finding curses appealing or comforting but rather are implored to consider what a curse actually does, not to its victims but to those processing unexplainable, bizarre, or tragic events.