SCARY HORROR STUFF: Horror Television's Now a Movement Thank to Fox's Exorcist Series
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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Horror Television's Now a Movement Thank to Fox's Exorcist Series

Honestly, it's been moving for quite awhile already -- this is why the horror genre still has relevancy in today's media market. The proof's both on the silver and small screen. People like being scared.

And Why Do People Like Being Scared? Case in Point: the King of Demon Possession Stories: THE EXORCIST


You might've already heard about the fact that Fox is premiering a brand-new series adaptation of the iconic story about that little thing called demon possession. Fox might have something here as the trailer shows:



Here's the thing: the show won't be a 'remake'. Yes, Fox is smart in not trying to remake a total classic. No, this more or less will simply be a continuation of the original story about two very different priests on literally opposite sides of the world trying to manage one family's issue of demonic possession.

Sounds like it might be some fun with story development offering up range and surprising direction for the shockers we all love. The show's being described as a "propulsive psychological thriller," airing on Friday, September 23, from 9 to 10PM. Be sure to twist your head and spew over this one.

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Why THE FACULTY Has so Much in Common With Body Snatchers and Pink Floyd

The Faculty took the idea of the invasion and simply localized it. Instead of a planet -- everyone is in danger, no discrimination, nothing to signify what these aliens want or are looking for -- the alien(s) instead focused their effect on just those few teachers. Now there's an interesting high concept.

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The Top 10 Streaming Scary Movies of Today (According to Netflix)

Given that Netflix really is the master of their own data, how many times a viewer streams The Ridiculous 6, or what films don't get watched all the way straight through, or how many times someone watches an episode of Bill Nye Saves the World, it was easy for them to come up with the list based on just one percentage: 70 percent.

'It Follows': Not Just a Cautionary Tale About Casual Sex

And in all its basic-ness, you'd be shocked to realize that it's not just a linear-type film with one main idea. There are actually a ton of deep meanings behind all of the frames, the shots, the sequences, the scenes. With obviously the underlying principle, the whole point of it: meaningless sex is bad!

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