From Fox’s iconic “X-Files” to Netflix’s chilling “The Haunting of Bly Manor”, British Columbia has served as a hauntingly picturesque backdrop for numerous productions. If you’re in search of a fresh, spooky show with ties to B.C., here’s a roundup of some of the latest ones.
You can spot filming locations in Whistler and around Metro Vancouver in the GOOSEBUMPS television series. The 2023 reboot of the show premiered on October 13 and is available for streaming on Disney+.
National Film Board ZEB’S SPIDER
For a unique and quirky fall watch with a B.C. tie, check out ZEB’S SPIDER, a stop-motion animated short by Alicia Eisen and Sophie Jarvis. Dive into the odd world of Zeb, an unconventional heroine set in the safety of her basement apartment. You can stream it for free across Canada on nfb.ca.
Netflix “The Fall of the House of Usher”
Filmed in B.C., Netflix’s “The Fall of the House of Usher: premiered on October 12. Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s 1839 short story of the same name, this limited series offers a fresh, equally-eerie perspective.
With many scenes brought to life at Bridge Studios in Burnaby, the thrilling “Yellowjackets” series follows a girls’ soccer team from New Jersey that gets lost in the wilderness after a harrowing plane crash. “Yellowjackets” is available for streaming on Crave.
Amazon Studios TOTALLY KILLER
This horror-comedy, blending Halloween spookiness, true crime, and time-travel fantasy, follows 17-year-old Jamie as she encounters the Sweet Sixteen Killer on Halloween night and inadvertently travels back to 1987 to prevent the original murders. Boasting ’80s-style filming locations and set design details, this is filmed in B.C. movie was released on October 6 and is available for streaming on Prime Video.