I love watching horror shows and movies to celebrate the time leading up to Halloween.
This year, my friend introduced me to a show called Masters of Horror and I can't get enough of it.
Mick Garris created 2 seasons and 26 hour-long episodes of the show, which originally aired from 2005-2007.
Each episode is directed by a different notable horror creator, such as Dario Argento, John Carpenter, Takashi Miike, Tobe Hooper, Norio Tsuruta, and many more. You can watch Masters of Horror on Tubi, Amazon Prime, and Apple TV.
I've been sufficiently creeped out by every episode I've seen, and my favorite so far is an episode called Jenifer. It's an adaptation from a 10 page black-and-white comic book written by Bruce Jones. The comic, illustrated by Berni Wrightson, originally appeared in issue #67 of the 1974 horror comic book Creepy. Without giving away too much, I'll say that Jenifer is about a terrifying monster-woman who latches onto a bamboozled policeman and turns his life upside down.