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Disturb All Your Friends With These Creepy Cups Made Of Teeth!

What is it about “teeth” that’s just so darned unsettling? Don’t agree? Come on! The most disturbing thing to come out of any horror related project last year has to be the “tooth child” from CANDLE COVE: CHANNEL ZERO. And so I was equally as mortified when a friend texted me this link to this etsy […]

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Rob G.’s 6 Favorite Horror Shows Of 2016!

2016 has not only been one hell of a year for horror movies, but horror television. A few short years ago, you’d be hard pressed to find any options regarding horror themed television program, and yet thanks to the success of things like THE WALKING DEAD and AMERICAN HORROR STORY, a whole slew of terrors […]

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First Details On CHANNEL ZERO Season 2!

Earlier this week, we debuted the latest episode of the Shock Waves podcast, which featured very special guests Nick Antosca and Harley Peyton, two of the driving creative forces behind Syfy’s surprise hit horror mini-series CHANNEL ZERO: CANDLE COVE. If you’re already a fan, it’s definitely worth a listen, if anything for the insight behind […]

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CANDLE COVE’s Creepy “Tooth Child” Originally Almost Debuted On HANNIBAL!

Have you had a chance to catch up and watch SyFy’s excellent horror mini-series CHANNEL ZERO: CANDLE COVE? If not, you can now stream all 6 episodes via the SyFy website. If you need a little more convincing, check out Jess Hicks’ piece from earlier today on why it’s one of the best horror shows out […]

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SHOCK WAVES Episode 27 Part 2 – Delving Into CHANNEL ZERO: CANDLE COVE

You’ve heard us catch up on all the latest horrors in the first part of Episode 27 of the Blumhouse.com presented horror podcast Shock Waves! Well, now you’re in for another treat! In Part 2 of Shock Waves Episode 27, join your hosts Ryan Turek, Rob Galluzzo, Rebekah McKendry and Elric Kane as they go […]

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Why CHANNEL ZERO: CANDLE COVE Is The Best TV Show of 2016

As a science-fiction fan, I spent hours as a kid sitting through countless TWILIGHT ZONE marathons and creature feature flicks that ran endlessly on the Sci-Fi channel. And then at some point in my teens, the network got a makeover, changed it’s name to “Syfy”, and began primarily airing reality shows and D-grade (if I’m […]