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Danielle Harris Talks Creepshow, Halloween, And Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead - Exclusive Interview

It's Halloween season, which is probably pretty evident since there's a glut of horror movies and TV series dominating the market. "Candyman" got a remake, there's "Walking Dead" content on your television, and, of course, there's a new "Halloween" movie, "Halloween Kills," out in theaters and streaming on Peacock. One other classic horror franchise is also back: "Creepshow." The film series that recently transitioned to a TV series on the streaming service Shudder is also in the midst of airing new episodes.
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Ted Raimi Biography, Career, Age, Height, Affairs & Net Worth

Here, you can acquire adequate information regarding the biography of Ted Raimi including his height, weight, age, career, net worth, relationship, and so on. Ted Raimi was born on 14 December 1965, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. He is an American actor, director, and screenwriter. His full name is Theodore Raimi. Similarly, he is widely recognized for Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, seaQuest DSV, etc.
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'Creepshow' Season 3 Actress Danielle Harris Talks 'Obsession' in New Terror-Filled Animated Episode

The newest episode of Creepshow Season 3 features a terror-filled animated segment about a small town with a dark secret, and actress Danielle Harris is excited for fans to see it. In the segment, titled "The Things In Oakwood's Past," Harris (Roseanne, Halloween 2007) voices Marnie Wrightson, a local librarian who has an "obsession" with her town's history. As the city prepares to unlock a long-sealed time capsule crate, Marnie and local news reporter Mac Kamen (Ron Livingston) find themselves in a race against the clock to stop an archaic evil from being set free.
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Creepshow - Time Out/The Things in Oakwood's Past - Review

Tim (Matthew Barnes) is a man with attainable goals where he conspires to have more time to complete them. He finds the solution only to discover a catch to it. “Tim finds the answer to always wishing there were more hours in the day, but the success he can now achieve might not be worth the cost.”
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Certified Scream Queen Danielle Harris Talks ‘Creepshow,’ Halloween, and Why Voice Acting Offers a Little More Freedom [EXCLUSIVE]

The fifth episode of Creepshow Season 3 gave audiences its first animated segment of the season. Animation isn’t something new for Creepshow. They’ve dipped their toe into it with a handful of specials and episodes, but this episode’s segment is a standout. ‘The Things in Oakwood’s Past’ utilizes the voice talents of Danielle Harris, Mark Hamill, and Ron Livingston. Showbiz Cheat Sheet recently sat down with horror star Harris to talk about her time on Creepshow, her feelings about Halloween, and more.
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Shudder Hosting The Last Drive-In: The Walking Dead With Greg Nicotero

In the years since Joe Bob Briggs returned to the world of horror hosting with The Last Drive-In on Shudder, Briggs has focused on delivering audiences his signature wit and wisdom while showcasing beloved and obscure horror films from over the decades, with the arrival of Halloween bringing with it an exciting event for zombie fans. Rather than spotlighting films, Briggs will be hosting The Last Drive-In: The Walking Dead, in which he will be screening the first two episodes of the AMC series from the very first season, with Executive Producer and Special Effects Make-up Supervisor/Designer Greg Nicotero offering his own insight into how the series came to life. The Last Drive-In: The Walking Dead will air live on ShudderTV on Friday, October 29th at 9 p.m. ET and also On Demand on AMC+.
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10 best horror movies and TV shows on HBO Max for Halloween 2021

It’s that delightfully gruesome time of the year again. Nights are drawing in, a goosebump-raising chill descends, and people gather in the dark, eerie glow of their TV to watch unknown terrors unfold in sleepy suburbs. Luckily there’s an abundance of creepy content available on HBO Max, with the streaming...
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‘Creepshow’ Season 3 Episode 5 Recap: “Time Out” + “The Things In Oakwood’s Past”

Jeffrey F. January hits it right out of the park again in “Time Out”, the first of the two shorts comprising this fifth episode of Season 3 of Shudder’s Creepshow. Written by Barrington Smith and Paul Seetachit, it owes a small debt to William Sleator’s mean-as-hell YA classic Singularity in telling the tale of the bad things that can happen when you play around with time. Instantly smart and obviously respectful of its sources, it opens with the WWII discovery of an old wardrobe in a house that also appears to have an unused Monkey’s Paw. A bad house, in other words. In the first of several time leaps, we receive a warning that one should never enter the wardrobe without the key to get back out of it, and then it’s law school where young Tim (Matthew Barnes) inherits said wardrobe and discovers that time moves a lot… a lot a lot, faster inside of it than out. This is very good when it comes to finding enough time in the day to study, woo lovely Lauren (Deon Hales), eventually pass the Bar, get a great job in a top law firm, and crawl up the ranks there in record time. Of course, Tim ages at an accelerated rate inside the wardrobe as well and maybe this bargain with time is stacked in the house’s favor after all.
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Bruce Campbell And 12 Other Iconic Horror Movie Actors, Ranked

Ask any casual moviegoers who they would choose as their favorite horror movie villain and they will likely provide you with an answer without hesitation, but challenge them to name the actor played the character, and you might have them stumped. Die-hard fans of horror movies, however, celebrate horror movie actors such as Bruce Campbell or Jamie Lee Curtis (to name a few) just as passionately as the villains or victims they portray on screen, but who among them is truly the most iconic is a debate more fierce than the titular conflict in Freddy vs. Jason.
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New Horror Streaming This Halloween

New Horror , Streaming This Halloween. New Horror , Streaming This Halloween. 'Vulture' reports that horror has become one of the most prominent genres in recent years. As a result, streaming companies have been increasing their horror selections every October. . Netflix's 'Midnight Mass' is an original series by Mike...
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Mark Hamill Talks Joining Shudder's Creepshow and His Love of Horror

When most fans think of Mark Hamill's legacy, they likely think of his time spent in the galaxy far, far away, or possibly his work voicing the Clown Prince of Crime for Batman: The Animated Series, as they likely won't connect the figure directly with the world of horror. However, following his time in the original Star Wars trilogy, Hamill would collaborate with master of the genre John Carpenter in his Body Bags segment "Eye," as well as Carpenter's Village of the Damned. Additionally, Hamill has personally been interested in horror dating back to being a kid, particularly Universal films and EC Comics.
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CREEPSHOW Season 3 Episode 5 Release Date and Details

Creepshow Season 3 Episode 5 “Time Out / The Things in Oakwood’s Past” Tim finds the answer to always wishing there were more hours in the day, but the success he can now achieve might not be worth the cost. The town of Oakwood has a storied past, and the opening of a time capsule is an exciting moment of remembrance. But can a local librarian keep a darker part of the town’s history from repeating itself?
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Mark Hamill on His ‘Creepshow’ Episode, Playing Villains & His Love of Horror

It’s nearly Halloween, and Shudder’s horror anthology series Creepshow is upping the ante with an animated tale that is jam-packed with monsters and a helping of dread. As if that wasn’t enough for you to want to tune in, it also features beloved actor Mark Hamill (known best for playing Star Wars‘ Luke Skywalker and voicing Batman: The Animated Series‘ sinister Joker) in a voice role.
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