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Oct 02, 2019

31 Best Streaming Horror TV Shows

Gathered here are the scariest and most bingeable horror shows that Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and more have to offer.

Sep 26, 2019

Best Horror TV Shows on Amazon Prime

For those interested in anthology and serialized horror storytelling, Dark/Web offers the best of both worlds. This Amazon Prime original tells a single spooky tale, spread out over eight largely self-contained "chapters."

Sep 24, 2019

Ask S.W.A.T. And DARK/WEB Star Cole Bernstein YOUR Questions, Plus Interview!

Cole Bernstein played the conniving, manipulative Estel in Chapter 7: “Viral” of DARK/WEB‘s digital series.

Sep 17, 2019

Actress Dora Madison Takes Over DARK/WEB’s Instagram, Plus Interview!!

Dora Madison is one of the many amazing actors to grace the screen of DARK/WEB who stars in Episode 7 “Viral”!

Sep 10, 2019

Director Roxy Shih Takes Over DARK/WEB’s Instagram, Plus Interview!!

Roxy Shih was one of the directors of DARK/WEB who is also a well-established producer as well as an all-around awesome individual!

Sep 06, 2019

Michael Nardelli [Interview]

Enjoy some wonderful words from the absolutely amazing jack of all trades in the world of film and television, the absolutely incredible Michael Nardelli. And be sure to check out Dark/Web.

Sep 03, 2019

Michael Nardelli’s Harrison Ford Humor In DARK/WEB

Michael Nardelli plays the role of James in the Amazon Prime Video series DARK/WEB which you can check out here!

Aug 22, 2019

Hellter interviews Michael Nardelli (Dark Web)!!

Today we have a great guest for all you Grue-Lings. Michael Nardelli from Dark Web.

Aug 30, 2019

Dark/Web Special 1: Star Brian Elerding On Acting And Dangerous A.I. | Los Fanboys

In the Amazon Prime original series, Brian Elerding plays the role of Ethan, a down-on-his-luck journalist who gets swept up in a mystery to find his old high school friend Molly, who has gone missing under mysterious circumstances. In our discussions, we talk about the craft of acting, the dangerous nature of A.I. and the impending Skynet, as well as hopes and dreams for Season 2 of Dark/Web. 

Aug 01, 2019

NICE BOY OF THE WEEK: Michael Nardelli

We had the pleasure of talking with Michael Nardelli (Revenge) about his newest show Dark Web. Check out the interview with this Nice Boy of the Week below and be sure to check out Dark Web on Amazon Prime.

Jul 20, 2019

EXCLUSIVE Interview with Dark/Web Creator and Actor: Michael Nardelli!

While on his way to his show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Michael Nardelli, actor and co-creator of Amazon’s new show “Dark/Web”, took some time to chat with half of the Daley Review team.

Jul 19, 2019

Interview with Amazon’s ‘Dark/Web’ genius Michael Nardelli

It’s San Diego Comic-Con time and an exciting new series called “Dark/Web” will be all the talk!

Jul 18, 2019

Exclusive Interview with Michael Nardelli from ‘Dark/Web’

I got the chance to talk to Michael about how he got into acting, what made him want to create Dark/Web, what it was like wearing multiple hats at once on this project and so much more! Keep reading to see what he had to say!

Jul 13, 2019

Amazon’s new anthology series Dark/Web trailer is here: Watch

Amazon has released the final official trailer for horror, mystery Dark/Webas a new anthology series.

Jun 19, 2019

Mini Spotlight On Interview w/ Michael Nardelli | AfterBuzzTV

“Dark/Web” is about the evolution of the internet which has given way to a world in crisis; one where everyone’s connected and no one is safe.

Jan 16, 2017

Mr. Robot Hacks: Finally! Might Dark/Web be the next Mr Robot?

Might Sci-Fi anthology series, Dark/Web be the next Mr Robot? Hell no! Of course not! But it may take us on a spooky-ass trip into the world of technology à la Black Mirror

Jan 14, 2017

Screen Anarchy: New DARK/WEB Images and Episode Details

Felt Films has released new images for its upcoming anthology series, Dark/Web, along with a list of episode titles and the filmmakers who will be bringing them to life.

Jan 11, 2017

Dread Central: New Series Dark/Web Deals With the Dangers of the Digital Age

Each episode of Dark/Web explores themes related to the Internet and the dangers present in the murky, unexplained layers of the web. Paranoia, isolation, vanity, loss of identity, the viral nature of ideas, and social media pressures are just a few of the subjects the show tackles. Socially, the Internet is as unifying and divisive as it’s ever been; only now, when the entire world is connected, it’s never been harder to unplug. In order to showcase diverse and varied points of view, each episode comes from different writers, directors, and actors. 

Jan 11, 2017

Screen Rant: Dark/Web: Exclusive Images of Writer-Director Zelda Williams’ Episode

“Socially, the Internet is as unifying and divisive as it’s ever been; only now, when the entire world is connected, it’s never been harder to unplug.” — Dark/Web

That statement rings true for many who find themselves constantly engaged with the internet. For most that consist of listening to music, watching movies, conversing on social media, and other online distractions. For others, it means venturing to a place few are aware even exists — such is the premise behind the new online series, Dark/Web.

Jan 11, 2017

Slashfilm: Exclusive ‘Dark/Web’ Photos: A New Series Which Aims To Be ‘Black Mirror’ meets ‘V/H/S’

Felt Films has given us an exclusive look at its upcoming eight-part sci-fi horror anthology series Dark/Web, which wraps production this month. The new series will explore the dangers of a connected world — the pitch is basically Black Mirror meets V/H/S.

Jan 09, 2017

CASTING: Marvel's GHOST RIDER Will Ride Onto LRM's Exclusive DARK/WEB Series!

Things just got more real with Dark/Web. The LRM Exclusive digital series just locked down Ghost Rider himself, Gabriel Luna, to partake in “Zero." Luna definitely made his presence felt on the most reason season of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and was also the star of El Rey's Matador. His Dark/Web episode, "Zero," is one of the anthology portions of the show.

Jan 06, 2017

Variety: ‘Dark/Web’ Series Adds Zelda Williams, Gabriel Luna, Hannah Marks

Zelda Williams, Gabriel Luna, Hannah Marks, Cassi Thomson, Molly Hagan and Graham Sibley have boarded forthcoming anthology thriller Dark/Web, Variety has learned exclusively.

 

Luna appears in an episode directed by Williams from her own script, a genre mashup inspired by her fascination with video games. Williams’ producing partner Josh Thurston produced the episode, titled “Zero.”

Sep 13, 2016

Bloody Disgusting: Exclusive ‘Dark/Web’ Stills Reveal Technological Terrors

Bloody Disgusting has received some exclusive images from Dark/Web, a new series that will explore the terrors of a technological near-future where everyone is connected whether they like it or not.

Sep 09, 2016

Screen Rant: First Look at Upcoming Indie Sci-fi Horror Series Dark/Web

Before the time when original content was dominating streaming services, fans of web series, especially sci-fi or horror, could only find them on various websites and YouTube. While these web series may not have had a significant working budget, the ideas and storytelling behind them was often better than their deep pocket counterparts – such appears to be the case with the upcoming digital anthology series by Felt Films, Dark/Web. Those not familiar with Felt Films should watch Circle – a clever indie thriller written and directed by Aaron Hann and Mario Miscione.

Sep 02, 2016

JoBlo: EXCLUSIVE IMAGES WILL ENSNARE YOU IN DARK/WEB, A DIGITAL ANTHOLOGY SERIES

The series is framed by the story a group of young adults living in a technologically connected near future in which everything, and every one, is online. When three of them become the target of cryptic emails from someone posing as their childhood friend Molly, they assume she’s been the victim of a hack, only to learn she’s been missing for months. Combining the anthology format with an overarching mystery, as the emails pile up, each one contains a tale ostensibly written by Molly, and clues are uncovered that may lead to her location.

Sep 02, 2016

Quiet Earth: Trailer and Images for Anthology Series DARK/WEB!

The architects of the cult thriller Circle are launching an exciting new series called Dark/Web, which will focus on the chaos of our connected world.

Sep 02, 2016

DARK/WEB Series to Explore the Dangers of the Digital Age

The creators of the cult horror film Circle are launching a new anthology series called Dark/Web, which will focus on the chaos and dangers of our connected world. Each episode will consist of a portion of the serialized tale and a stand-alone science fiction or horror short centered around technological themes.

Aug 26, 2016

JoBlo: DIGITAL SERIES DARK/WEB IN THE WORKS FROM TEAM BEHIND CIRCLE

Black Mirror is so popular, its format is spreading across the web. Hulu is already deep into production on their sci-fi anthology series Dimension 404, and now we've got word on Dark/Web, a brand new sci-fi horror anthology digital series from the team behind the 2015 thriller CIRCLE.

Aug 26, 2016

Deadline: Eli Roth Bringing Killer Clowns To Halloween Horror Nights 2016; Digital Genre Anthology Series ‘Dark/Web’ Coming From Felt Films

Felt Films has announced a new digital series, Dark/Web, is in the works from the creators of the cult horror film Circle. The sci-fi horror anthology series is framed by the story a group of young adults living in a technologically connected near future in which everything, and every one, is online.

Oct 17, 2015

A Vicious Circle of Liars: A Film Review

Circle is a psychological horror feature. From Taggart Productions and Votiv Films, the film stars Julie Benz (Saw V), Mercy Malick, Autumn Federici and Michael Nardelli. Circle had its World Premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival, in May of 2015. And, Circle is a compelling feature that looks at people's inherent biases, in a psychological fashion. The characters are diverse, but most of their motivations are unified by their will to survive. Though, some find their own demise a little quicker than others. Overall, the film is an entertaining feature. But, the social message is a little disconcerting; dishonesty has its rewards.

Jun 30, 2015

'Circle': Film Review

Fifty strangers wake up in a dark room, where they immediately learn that unseen forces will vaporize them if they move.

May 30, 2015

SIFF 2015: Festival Roundtable (Week Two)

Circle chronicles the attempts of a group of reluctant prisoners in a darkened room as they try to figure out why an energy bolt is killing one of their number every two minutes. Before too long, they figure out that they can vote on who lives and who perishes, which invariably leads to human nature turning ugly. Yeah, it’s 12 Angry Men and The Twilight Zone sitting on a picnic bench with Cube, but if its characterizations are a little one-note in places, it more than delivers the goods in the tension department.

May 29, 2015

Directors Aaron Hann & Mario Miscione discuss their psychological thriller CIRCLE

GUESTS: Directors Aaron Hann & Mario Miscione, plus composer Justin Elias stop by to discuss their psychological thriller CIRCLE, which made it's debut at the Seattle International Film Festival.

May 28, 2015

SIFF 2015: Horrorella Reviews THE AUTOMATIC HATE and CIRCLE!

CIRCLE plays like an extended episode of THE TWILIGHT ZONE. A clever sci-fi based morality play that asks us to examine some of the underlying flaws and dark corners of societal constructs.

May 28, 2015

Seattle International Film Festival’s Brad Wilke gives Indie Film (and Film Festivals) the CATALYST they need

Could you trust a jury of your peers with your life? The contestants of a mysterious death game must make harrowing decisions as they strategize for survival in this psychological SciFi thriller.

May 28, 2015

SIFF Cinema Uptown hosts world premiere of ‘Circle’

We live in a world of labels. People face them everyday in our society by assigning race, color, religion, financial status and education to people and ideas. In the end, this leaves us filled with prejudices against each other. These prejudices and their value to each individual are what stand at the core of the psychological sci-fi thriller “Circle” (2015).

May 28, 2015

“Circle” (#SIFF2015 review) – The allegory of the grave

Many high-concept horror films have striven for the strong, minimalistic dissection of the value of a human life that is on display in Circle. And yet all of them, whether Saws or Purges, have gotten lost in the weeds either going for audience-pleasing gore or on-the-nose class warfare. Circle, from web-series directors Aaron Hann and Mario Miscione, is the apotheosis of the concept – placing 50 participants in a room and murdering one of them every two minutes with a simple bolt of CGI lightning. The body is immediately shuffled from the room by an unseen force, and the remaining participants are momentarily insulated from the horrific truth and consequences of their predicament. With simple (and completely secretive) motions of their hands and fingers, they are choosing the next person who will die.

May 28, 2015

SIFF 2015 CAPSULE REVIEWS: UNEXPECTED, H., CUB, CIRCLE, BLIND

Once you get past the rather obtuse sci-fi-cum-psycoliogical-thriller setup in which a round-robin of people vote for who’s to die next, Circle has some half-decent philosophical positioning to offer. It attempts to be a sci-fi offshoot of 12 Angry Men in breaking down prejudices in a one location environ made lively by votes, alliances and paranoia per a good “Survivor” season and matched with a suspect robotic Russian Roulette MacGuffin. The script can be decent enough but is undone by an abundance of telegraphed overacting, fool-hardy plot resolutions and an underwhelming head-scratcher

of an ending.

May 26, 2015

SIFF Thriller 'Circle' Isn't Spinning its Wheels

Stiefel and Votiv are once more staking a claim at the 2015 Seattle International Film Festival with a new thriller, Circle. If it’s not going to set the world ablaze with its originality, the movie’s undeniably an extremely entertaining, well-engineered nail-biter that mines some genuine jumps and surprises from a time-honored setup.

May 25, 2015

SIFF 2015: Twisted ‘Circle’ is an irresistible thought experiment

Society loves a good label. After all, labels allow us to judge people without the hassle of actually talking to them. But what if these superficial judgments were a matter of life and death? That’s the question posed by the fascinating new psychological thriller, Circle. Writer-directors Aaron Hann and Mario Miscione mix satire, horror, and science fiction into an irresistible social experiment that puts all of us under the microscope. Relentless and gripping, Circle is a battle royal for “civilized” society.

May 17, 2015

SIFF 2015: ‘CIRCLE’ MOVIE REVIEW

A spooky mind-fuck suspense drama reminiscent of The Twilight Zone (or more recently, the BBC’s superb Black Mirror series), Circle hits its marks more often than not, and only rarely stumbles. Right off the bat, the movie tosses the audience into the void of the unknown right alongside the featured characters, who emerge from the pre-credit darkness observing a crowded room full of strangers. Each of these 50 strangers stands on a red circle not more than two feet in diameter, and are arranged in a larger grouping that is likewise circular. After a handful of deaths, the men and women realize that they are trapped in-place by an impersonal device, which sits in the middle of the room and zaps/kills people if they move outside their personal sphere. It gets worse, though: every few minutes, a countdown is initiated that forces

the group to vote for a sacrificial victim lest a random one is chosen for them.

May 11, 2015

Circle (SIFF 2015) - Movie Review

Circle is a science fiction horror movie written and directed by Aaron Hann and Mario Miscione who previously worked together on the 2013 mystery thriller TV show, The Vault. The movie stars Julie Benz, Carter Jenkins, Cesar Garcia, Mercy Malick, Michael Nardelli, Sara Sanderson, and Lisa Pelikan.

May 07, 2015

If you want something darker, look no further than the World premiere of Circle. Directors Aaron Hann and Mario Miscione turn up the psychological warfare by throwing 50 strangers into a circle and killing one of them every two minutes. It becomes clear that the next victim is not random; the surviving players can determine who dies next. It’s a deliciously-wicked premise, sure to expose the good, the bad, and the ugly of human nature.

Apr 30, 2015

Exclusive: Seattle Film Fest Programs 6 American Indies in Catalyst Lineup

The six films in the Catalyst lineup, with synopses courtesy of the festival.

Apr 02, 2015