Critic Consensus: Into the Dark is a worthy horror anthology, offering viewers a selection of frightening and witty gothic tales like a tray of cobwebbed bonbons, making for a spooky Halloween treat.
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If any other episodes match or surpass 'Flesh & Blood,' then we're in store for a treat.
The dialogue is often humorous, though it sometimes gets a little too meta, stepping on the toes of some scares. The abundance of this, and the interplay between Wilkes and Maggie, tilts the balance toward black comedy rather than pure horror.
The pacing is swift, the action is bloody and well choreographed... [and the characters] all have just the right sort of personalities that make them feel relatable and somewhat likable, but watching them be picked off one by one is still a lot of fun.
"The Body" never tries to reach for true midnight movie mayhem, devoting most of its middle section to Wilkes and Maggie sitting around and sharing unconvincing metaphysical discussions about evolution, morality and the joy of killing.
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