This show has to have one of the more professional and slick title sequences, opening and closing, of any series. The only thing missing is that grainy, cheap film stock that made the older films and that era so special. It was as if dread was hiding behind every single speck of film grain, the molecular demons danced before our eyes even during the most innocuous and pleasant of moments. The digital medium lacks that unless they manufacture the grain, something I do with my personal photos.
Yet, this show is definitely a welcome change of pace from all the melodrama, which is where most of the horror shows live these days.
Motive: Go Canada crime shows! I didn't enjoy the demons from the past, serialized story line, but the cases of the week remain intriguing.
Bates Motel: Speaking of horror shows where the melodrama became a little too much for maximum enjoyment, this is one, but I still kept up with it because it worked on a basic level.