The Two Sentence Horror Stories franchise has always been great at doing a lot with a little, and its second season is no exception. Each half-hour episode of this horror series on The CW usually features a single self-contained story with a beginning, middle and end. The individual narratives exist on their own, although the series still feels connected as a whole. Yes, on the surface, it seems like you're getting exactly what you see -- an innately multicultural take on modern short-form horror -- but another look at recent episodes makes clear that there's a lot more than psychological thrills and jump scares packed into their short runtimes.
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