halloween horror nights creepshow

Navigating Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights just got a whole lot creepier. Creepshow is the theme of a new maze this year, and it will take inspiration from both the 1982 cult classic movie directed by George Romero and Shudder’s new anthology series. So get your knees flexing and your arms T-rexing and do the creep…show.

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creepshow tv series trailer

Stephen King and George A. Romero’s Creepshow gets a new (after)life with Shudder’s Creepshow TV series. Greg Nicotero leads the charge, adapting new tales of terror to the small screen, adapted from stories by King, Joe Hill, and more. The first Creepshow TV series trailer has arrived ahead of show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, and with it comes an official release date.

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creepshow tv series episode details

Shudder has decided to let the monster out of the crate and reveal their full episode line-up for Creepshow, the new TV series inspired by the George Romero/Stephen King classic. Descriptions of every episode are now available, along with some casting news which includes new cast members Jeffrey Combs, Kid Cudi and more.

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creepshow tv series featurette

One of my most-anticipated pieces of entertainment for 2019 is Shudder’s new Creepshow TV series. Showrunner Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead) is bringing the spirit of George Romero and Stephen King’s horror anthology film to the AMC-owned streaming service, with a wealth of talent lined-up to make it happen. In a new Creepshow TV seres featurette, Nicotero talks about his history with Creepshow, and his excitement about the upcoming show.

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creepshow tv series director

Director and make-up legend Tom Savini created effects for George Romero’s Creepshow movie, so it’s only fitting that Savini would have a part to play in Shudder’s Creepshow TV series. Savini will direct an episode of the show, adapted from Joe Hill‘s short story “By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain.” The story involves a Loch Ness Monster-like creature.

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creepshow TV show cast

Shudder’s Creepshow TV series just announced new cast members for its Stephen King-inspired episode, and the names won’t disappoint. Giancarlo Esposito, an actor who is in almost everything, most notably Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul; Tobin Bell, famous for the Saw series; and, perhaps most exciting, horror royalty Adrienne Barbeau. Barbeau’s addition is especially momentous because she also appeared in the original Creepshow movie. The three will star in an adaptation of King’s short story “Gray Matter”, directed by Creepshow showunner Greg Nicotero.

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Creepshow TV series First Look

The Creepshow TV series has begun filming, and executive producer Greg Nicotero just provided the first look at the horrors that await us all. The image features the new and improved version of The Creep, the ghostly figure spotted at the beginning of the Creepshow movie. There, the “character” was little more than a puppet (that eventually turned into a cartoon). Here, it appears to be someone in great special effects make-up, or a realistic animatronic. In either case, I’m excited. See the Creepshow TV series first look below.

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creepshow TV series stories

Shudder’s Creepshow TV series from The Walking Dead‘s Greg Nicotero has crawled from its moldy crypt to begin production. As the series begins, the full list of writers’ work being used for the show has been announced – and what an impressive list it is. In addition to Creepshow mainstay Stephen King, the new stories come from Joe Hill (Stephen King’s son), Bird Box author Josh Malerman, Cold in July writer Joe Lansdale, and more. See the full list of Creepshow stories below.

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creepshow tv series episode

As a horror fan, there’s not much that actually shocks or disturbs me. But there are exceptions. One of those exceptions is Stephen King‘s grisly short story Survivor Type, featured in his collection Skeleton Crew. It’s a queasy, nasty piece of work about a man shipwrecked on a desert island, forced to slowly eat his own body parts to survive. And now, it might be coming to TV. Director and special effects make-up artist Greg Nicotero is currently working on a new Creepshow TV series for Shudder, and one of the episodes appears to be an adaptation of King’s gross-out short story.

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(Welcome to Not Dead Yet, a feature dedicated to new Blu-ray releases and what special features you should be excited about. Because yes, some of us still like to own physical copies of our movies.)

Here are the new Blu-ray releases and their special features you should check out this week and beyond.

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