Previous "spooky" review here. (Not a favorable review. Sorry.)
The Haunting of Hill House (2018-)
Throw out the idea of it being scary. It ain't.
...but instead, there's a kind of Twins Peak vibe. ...but it's more "grounded." The trippy things that stylized Twin Peaks is replaced with level-headed ghost stories - as level-headed as ghost stories can be.
My primary gripe is the jumping between flashbacks to distant history and recent history and back to the present is done jarringly and, sometimes, without any warning. It's just the style of parallel storytelling, but I cannot help but think they could have done it more cleanly. It eventually snaps into one time-frame, but it takes a long time for it all to click. You'll know when it's about to happen, though.
(I also have a personal gripe. It's a small thing in the full scope of it all, but it bothers me at a personal level. Most people would miss it, but that's okay I suppose. Such a detail wasn't really important in that part of the story and those who never had close experience with it wouldn't even know.)
My personal recommendation: It's okay. My recommendation for others: Sure. Why not?