The proximity of Halloween and the recent premiere of ‘Guillermo del Toro’s cabinet of curiosities’ have led me to dedicate this new dose of recommendations to 4 of the best short horror series you can watch on Netflix and thus make a marathon of fear.

within the same gender maybe you want to take a look at our lists of 4 of the best horror movies of recent years in streaming, 4 great movies that mix horror and science fiction, 4 amazing horror movies available on platforms or the best horror movies of so far this year.

In addition, we also have a review of the best Netflix series in 2022, a list of the best series of the year on HBO Max, another of the essential series of the year on Disney + and another of the best series of 2022 available on Amazon. There’s a lot to choose frombut let’s not forget today’s chosen ones and let’s move on to them:

‘Archive 81’ (‘Archive 81’, 2022)

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Created by Rebecca Sonnenshine. Distribution: Dina Shihabi, Mamoudou Athie, Ariana Neal, Evan Jonigkeit, Martin Donovan, Matt McGorry, Julia Taylor Ross, Daniel Johnson, Kate Eastman, Charlie Hudson III, Kristin Griffith, Eden Marryshow, Trayce Malachi

One of the most painful cancellations so far this year, since it is essential to clarify from the outset that it is not a closed series. That said, this horror story in two stages has an unusual ability to trap the viewer around the spider web that its protagonists investigate. That leads to obsession being one of the central themes of a series with an absorbing touch that makes you keep watching episodes until there is simply no more.

Review of ‘File 81’

'File 81': the ending explained by the creator of the Netflix series and what awaits us in season 2

‘Midnight Mass’ (‘Midnight Mass’, 2021)

Created by Mike Flanagan. Distribution: Hamish Linklater, Kate Siegel, Zach Gilford, Annabeth Gish, Michael Trucco, Samantha Sloyan, Henry Thomas, Rahul Abburi, Crystal Balint, Kristin Lehman, Matt Biedel, Alex Essoe, Rahul Kohli

The best Netflix series of 2021 is a leisurely work always marked by a cross between drama and decadence that explores the miraculous changes that begin to happen in an isolated town. With a first-class setting and a skilful balance between its tendency to soliloquies and the supernatural mystery around what is happening, ‘Midnight Mass’ is practically complete and is very well led by a wonderful Hamish Linklater.

Review of ‘Midnight Mass’

‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ (‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’, 2022)


Created by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan. Distribution: Evan Peters, Shaun J. Brown, Colin Ford, Richard Jenkins, Penelope Ann Miller, Niecy Nash, Karen Malina White, David Barrera, Josh Braaten, Troy Blendell, Molly Ringwald, Michael Learned, Khetphet Phagnasay.

Controversial but very successful biopic of one of the most famous real assassins of the 20th century. The excellent performance of Evan Peters is one of their best assets, but personally I think they have two episodes that shine far above the rest. The first to learn about the protagonist’s stalking methods and the sixth, which turns the point of view towards one of the possible victims. The rest are quite good -although the part of his youth can become a bit heavy at certain times- and they offer a broad and varied portrait around his figure, but the fact is that the sixth chapter may be my favorite television hour of what we have a year.

Review of ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’

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‘New cherry flavor’ (‘Brand New Cherry Flavor’, 2021)

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Created by Nick Antosca and Lenore Zion. Distribution: Rosa Salazar, Catherine Keener, Mark Acheson, Daniel Doheny, Eric Lange, Hannah Levien, Crystal Albert, Darcy Laurie, Siena Werber, Kenya Jordan, Leland Orser, Jayson Blair, Patrick Fischler

A fascinating proposal that adapts part of Todd Grimson’s novel to tell us a story that surprises almost at every step, both when it explores the underworld of Hollywood and when it fully embraces the supernatural, and has a rarefied atmosphere that on many occasions finds a great support in everything that counts and also in how he does it. With an undeniable visual strength and a great job by its cast, especially a Rosa Salazar who gives herself body and soul to the uniqueness of ‘New flavor of cherry’-

Review of ‘New Cherry Flavor’

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Deborah Acker

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