Into the Dark Season 1
Into the Dark season 1 started airing on Friday, October 5, 2018. Subscribe below for season One fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: May 03, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S1E5 Down
next episode S1E6 Treehouse
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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Hulu's Into the Dark Gets Stuck in an Elevator With "Down" - IGN - via Ign
One of the primary production pieces in "Down" has to be the elevator scene, which consists of some well-choreographed stunt work and stellar set design. IGN, along with other journalists, were able to observe Marinez and Lauria's dangerous climb out of the elevator, which eventually leads to them scaling the elevator shaft with no margin for error.
Every 'Into The Dark' Episode, Ranked - via Decider
Flesh & Blood‘s roots are so connected to a classic mystery story it almost feels unfair to call it a horror installment. Directed by Patrick Lussier, the episode follows a young woman (Diana Silvers) who has to face Thanksgiving after her mom’s death. As the holiday continues, she becomes less and less certain she’s safe in her own home. The central mystery of the episode is good enough to be entertaining, and Silvers and Dermot Mulroney give solid performances. That being said, the episode leans too much into B-horror schlock.
Into the Dark's Down: Will you be my candy coated killer? - via 1428elm
Jen and Guy try to make the best of an unnerving situation. They quickly come to grips with the fact that they may have to spend over 80 hours with each other. A quick inventory of rations shows the two have about one total bottle of water, a bottle of decent wine, and a bunch of Hershey’s Kisses that Jen scooped up on her way out of her office.
New 'Into the Dark' Featurette Explores the Horrors of Romance in "Down" - via Comicbook
This marks the fifth episode of the series, which kicked off in October with "The Body." That episode followed a sophisticated, overconfident hitman who always carries out his work in style. He decides to take things even further one day by transporting his latest victim in plain sight, correctly assuming that self-absorbed LA partiers will simply be enamored with his elaborate “costume.” Eventually, as his window of opportunity to dispose of the body begins to close, Wilkes’ true colors reveal themselves to some groupies that have latched on to him. It becomes a battle of will and wits.
"New Year, New You": Friends Kick Each Other's Asses in Sophia Takal's "Into the Dark" Film! [Images] - Bloody Disgusting - via Bloody-disgusting
In the 82-minute long episode, a group of friends from high school reconnect for a special New Year’s Eve girls night but as they begin to rehash old memories many of the gripes they’ve been harboring manifest in murderous ways.
Into the Dark is a horror event series from prolific, award-winning producer, Jason Blum's independent TV studio. The series includes 12 super-sized episodes, with a new installment released each month inspired by a holiday and will feature Blumhouse's signature genre/thriller spin on the story.
Violence and gore is heavy and sometimes sexually tinged: a dead body wrapped in plastic is dragged around, a man's throat is slit with gouts of blood, a man holds a knife to a woman's throat while she flirts with him, a character is stabbed in the head and suddenly killed. Characters gruesomely mutilate and dispose of <...> - by Common Sense Media [Joyce Slaton]
If “The Body,” a feature-length episode modeled on director Paul Davis’ previous short film starring “Game of Thrones'” Alfie Allen, is your thing, you’ll know within minutes; it’ll take only one to know if it’s not. The film begins in the aftermath of a hired killing; <...> - by Variety [Daniel D'Addario]
Lifelong, self-proclaimed Scream Queen. Take my pink nail-polished hand, I'll keep an axe in the other, and let's take a trip exploring the twisted road of the most exquisite genre of them all: Horror. <...> - by Nightmare on Film Street [Jessica Rose]
J.B. (Joe Bendel) works in the book publishing industry, and also teaches jazz survey courses at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies. He has written jazz articles for publications which would be appalled by his political affiliation. He also coordinated instrument donations for displaced musicians on <...> - by J.B. Spins [Joe Bendel]
Father Gore is first and foremost a passionate lover of film— especially horror. He's also a Master's candidate at Memorial University of Newfoundland with a concentration in postmodern critical theory, currently writing a thesis which will be his debut novel of literary fiction, titled Silence. He also used to write <...> - by Father Son Holy Gore [C.H. Newell]