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Downloaded from Sky OD and binged this the last couple of days. 

A family of four heading on vacation somehow end up driving on a back road out in the sticks and find the road blocked by a fallen tree. Attempting to find their way back to the freeway they end up in an eerie little town inadvertently interrupting a funeral as the ask some cagey local sheriff for directions. Unfortunately despite numerous efforts the road repeatedly leads them back to the town and mysterious and deadly goings on. 

Has anyone else watched this?

Have any P&Bers (aside from the obvious residents of Dunfermline) found themselves trapped in a weird wee town surrounded by strange characters and unfortunate events?

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10 hours ago, 8MileBU said:

Downloaded from Sky OD and binged this the last couple of days. 

A family of four heading on vacation somehow end up driving on a back road out in the sticks and find the road blocked by a fallen tree. Attempting to find their way back to the freeway they end up in an eerie little town inadvertently interrupting a funeral as the ask some cagey local sheriff for directions. Unfortunately despite numerous efforts the road repeatedly leads them back to the town and mysterious and deadly goings on. 

Has anyone else watched this?

Have any P&Bers (aside from the obvious residents of Dunfermline) found themselves trapped in a weird wee town surrounded by strange characters and unfortunate events?

Yeah, watched this recently too, purely down to the fact the Russo brothers were involved and I was hooked from the first scene. I like Harold Perrineau's performance as Sheriff Stevens and I really enjoyed how mental Jade is. Felt the ending of the season was a bit flat but hopefully they build on that in the next season. Would like to see more of the "monsters" backstory and abilities in the second season but understand the writers were trying to build the sense of dread in the unseen rather than straight out jump scares. That scene in the crashed RV was brilliant horror writing

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