Cursed Films is a great mini series that you should watch now.

Welcome to horrorfacts.com, the ultimate destination for horror movie fans. If you’re a fan of classic horror films like The Exorcist and Poltergeist, you’ll be fascinated by the series Cursed Films, which is currently available exclusively on Shudder. As a horror blogger, I recently had the pleasure of binge-watching this five-part documentary series, which explores the myths and legends behind some of Hollywood’s most notoriously “cursed” horror film productions. From plane accidents and bombings during the making of The Omen to the rumored use of human skeletons on the set of Poltergeist, these stories are legendary among film fans and filmmakers alike. But where does the truth lie? Cursed Films seeks to answer that question by examining the facts and interviewing the cast and crew of these films. Join me as we delve into the dark and mysterious world of Hollywood’s cursed horror films.

Cursed Films is a gripping mini-series that explores the dark history and mysterious events surrounding some of the most iconic horror films of all time. With just five episodes, the series delves into the legends and rumors that have plagued films like The Omen, Poltergeist, The Twilight Zone, The Exorcist, and The Crow for decades.
Each episode takes you on a thrilling 30-minute adventure, as guest and crew members from the films recount the eerie and tragic events that occurred during production. From unexplained accidents and deaths to strange coincidences and curses, Cursed Films uncovers the chilling stories behind these classic movies.

During the thirty minute mini deep dives into the content you can expect to have your mind opened to many of the facets surrounding each films story, a dive into the time that once was and many peoples personal insights into what really happened and why they believe these films may have been viewed as cursed.

Cursed Films on Shudder

You can expect a enjoyable experience that any true horror fan would enjoy as these conspiracy theories are brought to light, the interviews with the people who were on set at the time of the original filming of these movies along with other outside opinions from esoteric sources such as real life exorcist and real life black magic practitioners to name but a few. I found Cursed Films to be extremely informative and enjoyable as I watched all five episodes back to back. The only issue I took with the episodes thus far is that they are too short thirty minutes feels like a cram job, these people had much more to say, maybe the episodes were cut quite a bit causing the short duration or maybe it was the editors choice but I think they could have been much longer or at the very least consist of multiple parts for some of the deeper movies like ‘The Exorcist’.

At the end of the day I still highly suggest that you watch Cursed Films, its an extraordinary ride through the history of horror and the mystery that may or may not exist around the films. You will have to watch to find out.

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