The idea in general behind the channel is simple: five cases are presented in sequence, with a theme in common. The videos have no narration: subtitles in English explain everything the viewer has to know to understand the subjects in question. A usually sinister, though quite amicably serene soundtrack keeps playing in the background, while the cases are being presented.
This channel is great for everyone with desire to discover curiosities. Of course, like I mentioned above, concision is the signature style of the channel: the content is presented in a very compressed narrative in screen subtitles. If you find anything interesting and feel the urge to enlarge your knowledge about a specific case, situation or phenomena, you have to search for Google, or in another YouTube channels what you’re looking for. I think you can say Dark5 is more of an introduction, an open door to discover interesting things to study, and analyze further.
Nevertheless, the channel is amazingly interesting, and given the fact that its rhythm is pretentiously rapid, it’s pretty great for certain parts of the day, especially when you have a break in a specific, though agitated period of your routine, like work, when you don’t have too much time, or if you usually can’t find – whether it will be always, or in a particular moment of time –, the patience required to see longer documentaries about similar issues, or even the same subjects.
Dark5 is a very interesting channel for people interested in more obscure, bizarre, mysterious and enigmatic subjects. A great place to provide easily assimilated knowledge, and to satisfy morbid curiosities.