“I’d say it’s 70, 65 percent Purge Night and then 30 percent flashback,” DeMonaco said, according to EW. “We follow four what-seem-to-be separate storylines of people going out on the evening and experiencing the Purge.
The real estate of the 10 hours of the TV allows us to use flashback, where we flashback out of the Purge world, into the regular lives, the non-Purge days, of this future America.
We get to see who these people are when it’s not Purge Night and the events that led them to where they are on the particular Purge night that we are following.”
“The real estate of TV lets us truly analyze why anyone would resort to violence on Purge Night” he continued.
“So, it’s a slower burn. Whereas the movies are kind of a punch in the face — you know, these big events — I think the TV show, with the real estate of it, allows us to truly analyze why anyone would pick up a gun or a knife to solve a problem.
We really get to examine the night, and the intricacies of the evening, and the nuances of the evening, and the different kinds of people who are out on the streets in a way that I just couldn’t do in the movies.”
William Baldwin (Backdraft), Lili Simmons (‘Ray Donovan’), Amanda Warren (‘The Leftovers’), Colin Woodell (Unsane), Hannah Anderson, Lee Tergesen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning), Gabriel Chavarria and Jessica Garza star in the series.
‘Rick and Morty’ Season Four Trailer is Here, and It’s Awesome
It’s been far too long since we had some new content from ‘Rick and Morty’, but a new trailer gives us a taste as we all anticipate the arrival of Season Four, on Adult Swim, on November 10th.
70 episodes were ordered up last year, and Adult Film’s smash hit is set to return.
Check out the trailer below.
Check out a Clip from ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’
As Nickelodeon preps for the arrival of the reboot of ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’, a brand new clip has arrived to conjure up the scares.
In the clip, three groups of children are in a sticky situation as they venture inside the Carnival of Doom. Some of the terrors include terrifying clowns, faulty carnival rides, and the undead.
Check out the clip from ACE Entertainment below.
The series kicks back off on October 11th, on Nickelodeon.
A&E’s ‘World’s Biggest Ghost Hunt: Pennhurst Asylum’ Is a Must See Event
According to the synopsis: “From 1908 to 1987, Pennhurst Asylum in Pennsylvania had more than 10,000 residents, mostly children, confined in the most brutal conditions. In this chilling special, five fearless investigators will lock themselves inside the legendary asylum for two weeks to document unexplained reports of paranormal activity. With reports of full-body apparitions, physical attacks, mysterious noises and more, the owner has granted the team unprecedented access to the entire 110-acre property, including areas that have never been investigated, in the most ambitious investigation Pennhurst has ever seen. The team will use cutting edge technology and their varied expertise to investigate the institution’s haunted grounds for television’s longest ghost hunt yet.”
The event premiers on October 30th at 8pm EST on A&E, and you can check out the trailer below:
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