Netflix’s New Terrifying Horror Series Is The Best Since The Haunting Of Hill House


Netflix’s eerie new horror series, released just today, has sent chills down viewers’ spines and earned comparisons to the terror-inducing “The Haunting of Hill House.” Beware, because if you decide to delve into this terrifying masterpiece, you might just find yourself too engrossed to return to your daily grind:

A mere day since its release – coming exactly five years after the spine-tingling “The Haunting of Hill House” – this Netflix horror series has astonishingly garnered an impeccable Rotten Tomatoes score.

What’s even more spine-tingling? This score matches that of “The Haunting of Hill House.” As of this moment, both shows boast a formidable tomatometer rating of 93 percent.

“The Fall of the House of Usher” has been conjured into existence by the sinister Mike Flanagan, drawing inspiration from the twisted tale of the same name penned by the illustrious Gothic fiction maestro, Edgar Allan Poe.

As if that’s not hair-raising enough, the series stars familiar faces from “The Haunting of Hill House” and “Bly Manor,” including Carla Gugino and Kate Siegel, along with the likes of Bruce Greenwood from “Thirteen Days” and Zach Gilford from “Friday Night Lights.”

Netflix’s official description for season one, spanning eight spine-tingling episodes, sets the stage: “To safeguard their fortune – and their future – two cutthroat siblings construct a family dynasty that begins to crumble when their descendants meet eerie and untimely demises.”

Horror aficionados who’ve fearlessly embarked on this bone-chilling journey are unleashing their screams of approval on the dark abyss of the internet, formerly known as Twitter. The verdict is in, and “The Fall of the House of Usher” is nothing short of blood-curdling brilliance:

One daring viewer declared, “The Fall of the House of Usher is now my eternal favorite. Apologies, but I’ll be unavailable for a while.”

“The Fall of The House of Usher is off to a heart-pounding start. This cast is nothing short of astonishing!!!” chimed in another brave soul.

A third, still trembling, shared, “The Fall of the House of Usher is shaping up to be the pièce de résistance of Flanagan’s eerie universe. Simply astounding.”

“Having failed to find the same intrigue in Mike Flanagan’s work post ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ (which was truly hair-raising), I approached this with hope in my heart…and discovered that ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ is a chillingly good time, surprisingly laced with humor,” added a fourth, catching their breath.

And one more, with unwavering resolve, attested, “Currently engrossed in ‘The Fall of the House of Usher.’

“Gosh, it’s been a while since I’ve been this captivated by a non-sitcom American series. Gothic horror is an absolute joy to experience, you know.”