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The River (TV Series 2012)

There's magic out there... 

The River (2012) is a pretty good paranormal / action / horror / found-footage TV series.

There are eight episodes: Magus; Marbeley; Los Ciegos; A Better Man; Peaches; Doctor Emmet Cole; The Experiment; Row, Row, Row Your Boat.

Synopsis: Six months ago, Emmet Cole (Bruce Greenwood), adventurer and host of The Undiscovered Country, disappeared while on an expedition deep in the uncharted waters of the Amazon River. He was presumably dead. One day, out of the blue, his emergency beacon is found activated.

Upon this discovery, his wife Tess (Leslie Hope) organizes a search party to find him. The team comprises her estranged son Lincoln (Joe Anderson); The Undiscovered Country producer Clark (Paul Blackthorne); lead cameraman AJ (Shaun Parkes); Magus mechanic Emilio (Daniel Zacapa) and his daughter Jahel (Paulina Gaitan); Lena (Eloise Mumford), daughter of cameraman Russ who disappeared along with Cole; and security guard Kurt (Thomas Kretschmann).

What they don't know is that this journey will take them to a place where magic comes alive and things are never what they seem...

For your information, The River is co-created by Oren Peli who also created the Paranormal Activity movie series. All eight episodes of The River are shot as found footage and thus, the visual approach is quite similar to Paranormal Activity. However, you won't find it boring because the story is told based on the crew's perspective, camera footage, flashbacks, and occasional fleeting glimpses of spirits. In fact, you get to see quite a number of vicious spirits and demons throughout the episodes as the team stumbles into forbidden territories along the Amazon River.

Overall, I find The River very entertaining. With a strong cast and you-don't-know-what's-coming-up-next moments, every episode will keep you glued to your seat. 

A very good show and indeed, there's magic out there...

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