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Today’s most talented horror directors and writers including John Landis (An American Werewolf in London), Ronny Yu (Freddy vs. Jason), Mary Harron (American Psycho), Victor Salva (Jeepers Creepers), Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw IV), Sean Hood (Halloween: Resurrection) and Rupert Wainwright (The Fog) have teamed up to create a unique television experience that leaves viewers with nothing to fear but Fear Itself.

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Today’s most talented horror directors and writers including John Landis (An American Werewolf in London), Ronny Yu (Freddy vs. Jason), Mary Harron (American Psycho), Victor Salva (Jeepers Creepers), Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw IV), Sean Hood (Halloween: Resurrection) and Rupert Wainwright (The Fog) have teamed up to create a unique television experience that leaves viewers with nothing to fear but Fear Itself.

    • Episode 1

    The Sacrifice

    Two brothers, along with some friends, end up stranded at an old fort and slowly discover that the three sisters who reside there are hiding a deadly secret. This episode was directed by Breck Eisner (upcoming "Creature from the Black Lagoon") and written by Mick Garris (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 41 Minutes

    Two brothers, along with some friends, end up stranded at an old fort and slowly discover that the three sisters who reside there are hiding a deadly secret. This episode was directed by Breck Eisner (upcoming "Creature from the Black Lagoon") and written by Mick Garris (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 41 Minutes
    • Episode 2

    In Sickness and Health

    Two brothers, along with some friends, end up stranded at an old fort and slowly discover that the three sisters who reside there are hiding a deadly secret. This episode was directed by Breck Eisner (upcoming "Creature from the Black Lagoon") and written by Mick Garris (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 40 Minutes

    Two brothers, along with some friends, end up stranded at an old fort and slowly discover that the three sisters who reside there are hiding a deadly secret. This episode was directed by Breck Eisner (upcoming "Creature from the Black Lagoon") and written by Mick Garris (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 40 Minutes
    • Episode 3

    Skin & Bones

    A rancher leading a hunting party becomes lost in the mountains for days. When he finally returns home to his family he just doesn’t seem the same. Soon, a terrible mortal struggle ensues against the terrifying monster that has possessed him. Directed by Larry Fessenden (The Last Winter) and written by Drew McWeeny (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”) & Scott Swan (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 41 Minutes

    A rancher leading a hunting party becomes lost in the mountains for days. When he finally returns home to his family he just doesn’t seem the same. Soon, a terrible mortal struggle ensues against the terrifying monster that has possessed him. Directed by Larry Fessenden (The Last Winter) and written by Drew McWeeny (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”) & Scott Swan (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 41 Minutes
    • Episode 4

    The Circle

    A group of people meet every Halloween to tell horror stories and suddenly discover they’re living one. Directed by Eduardo Rodriguez (Daughter) and written by Cemetery Dance magazine publisher and editor Richard Chizmar & Johnathon Schaech (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 40 Minutes

    A group of people meet every Halloween to tell horror stories and suddenly discover they’re living one. Directed by Eduardo Rodriguez (Daughter) and written by Cemetery Dance magazine publisher and editor Richard Chizmar & Johnathon Schaech (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 40 Minutes
    • Episode 5

    The Spirit Box

    Featuring TV’s “Masters of Horror” director Rob Schmidt and writer Joe Gangemi (novel Inamorata), this episode follows two suburban high school girls who try to contact a dead classmate via a board game and receive an unexpected message from beyond the grave.

    • 41 Minutes

    Featuring TV’s “Masters of Horror” director Rob Schmidt and writer Joe Gangemi (novel Inamorata), this episode follows two suburban high school girls who try to contact a dead classmate via a board game and receive an unexpected message from beyond the grave.

    • 41 Minutes
    • Episode 6

    Spooked

    While on a stake-out in a haunted house, a private eye hired by a mysterious woman is forced to confront the demons of his past. Directed by Brad Anderson (The Machinist) and written by Matt Venne (White Noise 2: The Light.)

    • 41 Minutes

    While on a stake-out in a haunted house, a private eye hired by a mysterious woman is forced to confront the demons of his past. Directed by Brad Anderson (The Machinist) and written by Matt Venne (White Noise 2: The Light.)

    • 41 Minutes
    • Episode 7

    Eater

    Directed by Stuart Gordon (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”) and written by Cemetery Dance magazine publisher and editor Richard Chizmar & Johnathon Schaech (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”), “Eater” follows rookie cop Danny Bannerman as she spends the night in an isolated precinct guarding a serial killer who eats his victims and is intent on making Danny his next “meal”.

    • 40 Minutes

    Directed by Stuart Gordon (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”) and written by Cemetery Dance magazine publisher and editor Richard Chizmar & Johnathon Schaech (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”), “Eater” follows rookie cop Danny Bannerman as she spends the night in an isolated precinct guarding a serial killer who eats his victims and is intent on making Danny his next “meal”.

    • 40 Minutes
    • Episode 8

    New Years Day

    Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw IV) directed and Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) wrote this gruesome tale of a young woman who wakes up in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by horrifying zombies and struggles to survive the day.

    • 40 Minutes

    Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw IV) directed and Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) wrote this gruesome tale of a young woman who wakes up in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by horrifying zombies and struggles to survive the day.

    • 40 Minutes
    • Episode 9

    Community

    Director Mary Harron (American Psycho) and writer Kelly Kennemer (Music Within) weave a chilling tale about a young married couple who move into a seemingly perfect, planned community only to find out the hard way that their neighbors will go to any lengths to preserve their twisted sense of perfection.

    • 40 Minutes

    Director Mary Harron (American Psycho) and writer Kelly Kennemer (Music Within) weave a chilling tale about a young married couple who move into a seemingly perfect, planned community only to find out the hard way that their neighbors will go to any lengths to preserve their twisted sense of perfection.

    • 40 Minutes
    • Episode 10

    The Family Man

    Directed by Ronny Yu (Freddy vs. Jason) and scripted by Dan Knauf (HBO’s “Carnivàle”), this episode tells the tale of a likeable family man who switches bodies with a serial killer after a near-death experience. Now he must fight from behind bars to keep the murderer from adding his wife and kids to the long list of victims.

    • 40 Minutes

    Directed by Ronny Yu (Freddy vs. Jason) and scripted by Dan Knauf (HBO’s “Carnivàle”), this episode tells the tale of a likeable family man who switches bodies with a serial killer after a near-death experience. Now he must fight from behind bars to keep the murderer from adding his wife and kids to the long list of victims.

    • 40 Minutes
    • Episode 11

    Something With Bite

    When a veterinarian is bitten by a large, strange animal brought into his clinic, he begins to see the world and his stale life differently. Ernest Dickerson (TV’s “Heroes”) directs a script from Max Landis (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 41 Minutes

    When a veterinarian is bitten by a large, strange animal brought into his clinic, he begins to see the world and his stale life differently. Ernest Dickerson (TV’s “Heroes”) directs a script from Max Landis (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”.)

    • 41 Minutes
    • Episode 12

    Chance

    In the vein of such classic doppelganger stories as “Jekyll & Hyde” and Poe’s “William Wilson,” “Chance” explores a dreadful, classic battle that ensues when a man is confronted by his evil self. This episode was directed by John Dahl (You Kill Me) and written by Lem Dobbs (The Score) & Rick Dahl (Red Rock West.)

    • 40 Minutes

    In the vein of such classic doppelganger stories as “Jekyll & Hyde” and Poe’s “William Wilson,” “Chance” explores a dreadful, classic battle that ensues when a man is confronted by his evil self. This episode was directed by John Dahl (You Kill Me) and written by Lem Dobbs (The Score) & Rick Dahl (Red Rock West.)

    • 40 Minutes
    • Episode 13

    Echoes

    Writer Sean Hood (Halloween: Resurrection) and director Rupert Wainwright (The Fog) craft this tale about Steven, an affable, good-natured young man, who moves into an apartment where he believes he once lived -- 88 years ago in a past life. As memories appear to him like ghosts, he begins to believe that in this previous life he was a sadistic murderer. Or can he just be imagining things?

    • 41 Minutes

    Writer Sean Hood (Halloween: Resurrection) and director Rupert Wainwright (The Fog) craft this tale about Steven, an affable, good-natured young man, who moves into an apartment where he believes he once lived -- 88 years ago in a past life. As memories appear to him like ghosts, he begins to believe that in this previous life he was a sadistic murderer. Or can he just be imagining things?

    • 41 Minutes
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