And I like Supernatural now. I saw the pilot episode, Wendigo, and Dead in the Water.
The little kid (I can't remember his name) in the episode Dead in the Water looked like Gavroche from Les Mis, which made me really worried that he would die.
(Spoiler: Luckily, he didn't)
So far, though, none of the "monsters" really seemed "monstrous" to me. I mean, in the Pilot there was a ghost of a mother filled with remorse(?) over the fact that she went insane and killed her children. Then in dead in the water there was a little boy who wanted revenge over being drowned by people who were bullying him. And in Wendigo the moster was a person who made the extremely questionable decision of eating people and then became addicted to human flesh. It's just...weird. Like remorse, grief, vengeance, and addiction are common human emotions and problems, and (Supernatural fans, please don't kill me for saying this), but it seems like it's not the "monsters" themselves that are scary, but really what these common human characteristics can do to us that is scary.
Someone needs to make a "Supernatural and Philosophy" essay.
Maybe I will, after I watch more.