It’s a scarily good time to be a fan of horror TV, with Chucky just lately revealing its season three premiere date, and now Shudder’s Creepshow anthology collection saying its personal return. Season 4 of Greg Nicotero’s George A. Romero-inspired collection drops Friday, October 13 on Shudder and AMC+.
Even higher information: the premiere will likely be a binge scenario, with six episodes without delay on the streamers; it’s also possible to watch new episodes every Friday at 10:00 p.m. ET on AMC’s linear channel. To date there’s no official checklist of episode descriptions or the solid, however the trailer exhibits off a well-known face or two:
That positive seems like Ruth Codd—Anya from The Midnight Membership—telling somebody “These are the final moments of your life!”—and that’s completely beloved cult-movie actor Tom Atkins (The Fog, Escape From New York, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Night time of the Creeps) confirming that “one thing past your comprehension” is happening.
Past that, there are monsters, ghosts, a lot of shrieks, what seems to be some form of evil digital camera, and extra—all within the vein of the pitch-black horror comedy with wholesome sides of ooze followers have come to anticipate from Creepshow’s classic comedian book-inspired aesthetic. Horror film followers at all times sit up for a Friday the thirteenth beneath any circumstances, however October’s now received much more going for it.
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