HellBound Season1 Review (Netflix)

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    HELLBOUND

    It’s finally here! The first season of Hellbound is now streaming on Netflix. This show follows a group of people who’ve sold their souls to the devil for them to grant them one wish each, but there are some stipulations: those who have never sinned may only ask “forgiveness” and cannot refuse any request without consequences; furthermore all blessings come with strings attached – whether we’re aware at this point (and sometimes even after!) so be careful what you wish for because nothing good comes easy when dealing directly w/the Darkness.”

    REVIEW

    Netflix’s Hellbound is a horror series that follows the aftermath of a group of friends who open a portal to hell. The first season is intense and full of suspenseful moments, making it a must-watch for horror fans.

    The series starts with a bang, as the friends quickly find themselves in over their heads. The demons are relentless, and the scares come at a fast and furious pace. The characters are well-developed and engaging, making it easy to root for them as they struggle to survive. The special effects and demons are all on point and add to the story’s intensity. The show does a great job of building up to ample scares, and viewers will be on the edge of their seats throughout. Hellbound is a great series that continues to build, and it’s full of compelling characters and story twists. The show features some impressive special effects, so this is one Netflix horror series that should not be missed.

    The show opens with friends Will (Steven Strait), Lydia (Natalie Burn), and Monty (Babak Haleky) growing closer as they try to contact their dead loved ones on the other side. They find a way to connect to the other side, but what they summon is not what they expected; the friends release a demon and must now fight against it before it takes over the town completely.

    The acting in the show is excellent, and the characters feel like real people. The relationships between the characters are believable and add to the scale of everything going on. Will and Lydia have an underlying love story, but it’s not too overbearing and feels natural.

    The show is pretty gory and has a lot of jump scares. Sometimes jump scares can take away from the horror, but in Hellbound, they work well and add to the overall suspense of the show. The demon is terrifying, and watching the characters try to fight against it is intense. The monster looks like something from a horror movie, making it scarier to watch.

    The music plays into the horror aspect of the show and adds to the suspenseful moments. The sound effects are also well done and make everything feel more intense.

    Overall, Hellbound is an intense and suspenseful horror series that is a must-watch for horror fans. The acting is excellent, the relationships between the characters are believable, and the demon is terrifying. The show is full of jump scares and gory moments that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Hellbound is a series that is sure to keep you hooked.

    The horror series is produced by Netflix and directed by Ben Young. Natalie Burn, Steven Strait, Babak Haleky, Matt Dellapina, and Shay Mitchell star. The first season consists of 10 episodes.

    Rating: 4/5 stars

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