Haunting, suspenseful and based on true events, The Terror centers on a perilous Arctic voyage by the British Royal Navy. It’s an extreme tale of survival in wholly unforgiving landscape - with the crew's fears exacerbated by an unknown threat.
An accident at sea cripples a Royal Navy expedition, forcing its captains to make a dire choice.
After a long winter trapped in the ice, a team scouting for open water makes a chilling discovery.
With something stalking the ships, the expedition's commanders debate their dwindling options.
A series of cunning attacks on the ships proves to the men they are not battling an ordinary bear.
A strange illness begins to take hold while another familiar one endangers a captain's judgment.
The officers consider an 800-mile walkout, but plan a party to raise the men's worsening spirits.
After the men abandon ships, a series of shocking events underscores how vulnerable they've become.
Hope comes in strange forms as the men discover what they are ultimately willing to do to survive.
One of the best series I have ever seen. It has a slower burn but that is part of the charm. Every aspect of this series from the score to the sets is done with exceptional care and detail that really immerses the viewer. The characters are fantastic and all have motives and actions which make logical sense for the type of escalating situations they find themselves in. HIGHLY RECOMMEND to people who are fans of the Light House/A Field in England or just want something with a parabola of escalating tensions instead of the usual horror shlock.
A huge waste of time. No depth, no suspense, no payoff. Zzzzzzzzzz.
Fantastic series. It builds slowly until the horror gets into your bones. Production values, photography, SFX, acting -- all top notch.
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