So-called CREEPYPASTA are small, eerie horror stories from Internet forums. At exactly this to Syfy operated and provides a further look-up in the field of horror-Anthologien. Merged these were of Chronicle- and Frankenstein creator Max Landis and Nick Antosca (Friday, the 13., Teen Wolf), with the first season to Channel Zero by a mysterious children-TV show to tell from the eighties and their role in a number gruesome murders in the here and now. Again, it comes to missing cases, with Candle Cove, an eerie puppet show for children, seem to be associated. For a young father (Paul Schneider), the then himself lost a brother in the mystery, is now the time has come, to finally embark on the search for answers - with disturbing consequences for him and his little daughter. TV premiere on 11. Oktober bei Syfy in den US&A, when the series is broadcast with us, not yet known…
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When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will dance on earth! Friends, presents the Crypt: “Dravens Radio from the Crypt“! Here you will a hand-picked Musikprogramm necessary, which was collected by Draven specifically for the best reader of the internetwork. From punk to rock, Folk- bis Thrash-Metal, for every dark music's taste. Of course, still a bit louder and better!
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