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Channel Zero: Candle Cove Premieres on SyFy Tonight!

CHANNEL ZERO -- Pictured: "Channel Zero" Logo -- (Photo by: Syfy)
CHANNEL ZERO — Pictured: “Channel Zero” Logo — (Photo by: Syfy)

It’s October, the month where horror reigns.  Every once and awhile SyFy dips into the horror genre with a show.  Based on the trailer, their new foray Channel Zero: Candle Cove looks like it will be certifiably creepy.  I mean look at this creature! *Shivers*


According to the press release, based on a short story by Kris Straub, the mini-series takes on a story about a guy obsessed with finding out if an 80s TV show he watched as a kid may have caused some serious trauma that occurred in his home town.   After watching the sneek peek, I’m getting a little scared in a good way.

I’ll be live tweeting the East Coast premiere tonight from the TNE_SciFantasy.  It would be nice to not be the only one creeped out.   Twitter handle for the show is @ChannelZeroSyFy #ChannelZero

Here’s a first look at the 1st episode photos:

More info about the show:  “Independent filmmaker Craig William Macneill (“The Boy,” “Henley”) directed all six episodes of “Channel Zero: Candle Cove.” Showrunner Nick Antosca (“Hannibal,” “Teen Wolf”), a novelist and screenwriter, wrote the “Channel Zero: Candle Cove” pilot and serves as executive producer alongside Max Landis (“Chronicle,” “American Ultra”). “Channel Zero” is produced by Universal Cable Productions (UCP).”

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Went to the library and Natty fell in love with all things fiction. Natty grew up watching all kinds of movies ranging from Star Wars, "The Chinese Connection", all things Disney, musicals like "The Music Man" to comedy action films featuring Whoopi Goldberg. Lover of old school cartoons like X-Men, TaleSpin, and DuckTales. Grew up on shows like Family Matters, Full House, and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Have eclectic musical tastes. Lover of books, appreciation of all things geeky.
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