Creeptastic Reality Seekers takes its horror critically—however not too critically

(l-r) Emma D'Arcy, Nick Frost, and Samson Kanyo star in <em>Truth Seekers</em>.

Enlarge / (l-r) Emma D’Arcy, Nick Frost, and Samson Kanyo star in Reality Seekers. (credit score: Amazon Prime)

A lonely broadband installer with a aspect gig as a ghost hunter and his new accomplice encounter extra supernatural intrigue than they bargained for in Reality Seekers, a brand new comedy collection on Amazon Prime, created by Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, James Serafinowicz, and Nat Saunders. We’re followers of Paul, Shaun of the Lifeless, and the remainder of the Three Flavors Cornetto trilogy, so it is good to see Frost and Pegg again collectively on-screen once more. Reality Seekers brings their distinctive comedian sensibility to the subject of paranormal investigation.

Per the official synopsis:

Reality Seekers is a supernatural comedy collection a couple of staff of part-time paranormal investigators who staff as much as uncover and movie ghost sightings throughout the UK, sharing their adventures on a web based channel for all to see. Nonetheless, as they stake out haunted church buildings, underground bunkers and deserted hospitals with their array of home made ghost-detecting gizmos, their supernatural experiences develop extra frequent, extra terrifying and even lethal, as they start to uncover a conspiracy that would result in Armageddon for your entire human race.

Frost performs Gus—a lonely widowed man with a boring job putting in broadband for an organization known as SMYLE—who moonlights as an novice paranormal investigator. The titular Reality Seekers is the identify of his YouTube channel. Pegg has a considerably smaller position (when it comes to display screen time) as Gus’ cheerfully exuberant boss, Dave, who sports activities a positively disastrous wig and appears to be very eager on at all times sustaining “100 p.c protection.” Is he actually that gung-ho about customer support, or is there some ulterior motive at SMYLE?

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