- Summary: The third installment of the anthology series was inspired by Kerry Hammond's "Search and Rescue Woods" where Alice Woods (Olivia Luccardi) discovers a series of disappearances may be connected to mysterious staircases in the new city she lives in.
- Genre(s): Drama, Horror, Suspense, Science Fiction
- Season 3 premiere date: Feb 7, 2018
- Episode Length: 60
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Individually, the strands of “Butcher’s Block” are compelling in their own way, but the separation between them makes for a slightly bumpier story that occasionally gets stretched a tad thin.
That visual language and emboldened aesthetic give Butcher’s Block a distinct flavor from the previous two installments. It’s easily the most striking and eye-catching season, but it also has a distinctly twisted sense of humor that pops up between--and sometimes during--the moments of ringing terror.
Apr 21, 2018A show for creepypastas come to life, season 3's somehow brilliant storytelling leaves you wanting more, managing its scenes with the delicacyA show for creepypastas come to life, season 3's somehow brilliant storytelling leaves you wanting more, managing its scenes with the delicacy of such horror in ways that isn't your typical spooky presentation.… Expand
Mar 1, 2018People are all over the aesthetic and tone of this horror show but the imagery is constant, repetitive and numbing, the narrative isPeople are all over the aesthetic and tone of this horror show but the imagery is constant, repetitive and numbing, the narrative is non-existent, the characters shallow and the whole thing feels like one thin idea STRETCHED out to an unendurable length. This entry is gory and campy, playing fast and loose with mental illness, and feels like it was written by an untalented person while filled with opiates. It feels like a bad dream, and that does not make it good television. Plus it's not scary: the pacing is leaden and mechanical and the endless scenes of people eating human flesh and lapping up blood soon become tiresome.… Expand