Creepshow Season 3 Trailer Delivers Weird Monsters And Comic Book Chills
Shudder's horror anthology series returns for its third season on September 23.
The trailer for Creepshow Season 3 has been released. The latest season of Shudder's popular horror anthology show releases on September 23.
The trailer cuts together lots of moments from Season 3's 12 stories, and while it's not always clear what the episodes will be about, it definitely looks like showrunner Greg Nicotero has pulled out all the scary stops for this season. The Suicide Squad and Walking Dead actor Michael Rooker appear as a cop somewhat alarmed by lots of dead bodies, and there are lots of cool, gooey monster effects--plus the stylized comic book visuals that were kickstarted in the original 1982 Creepshow movie. Check the trailer out below:
Other actors set to appear in Creepshow Season 3 include James Remar (Django Unchained), Johnathon Schaech (Legends of Tomorrow), Reid Scott (Venom), Hannah Fierman (V/H/S), King Bach (The Babysitter: Killer Queen), and Ethan Embry (Stargirl). In keeping with the tradition of the movie, which was directed by George Romero and written by Stephen King, one of the stories is an adaptation of the short story "Mums," written by King's son Joe Hill.
Creepshow Season 3 is one of many treats that Shudder has lined up for horror fans in the build-up to Halloween. The new movies hitting the service in September are Superhost, Martyrs Lane, and Seance, and there is also a special season of horror movies from Latinx filmmakers to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Classic additions to Shudder's catalog include Carrie, The Haunting, and Poltergeist.
For more, check out GameSpot's guide to everything hitting Shudder in September.
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