We first found out that the Academy Award winning writer and director behind Get Out, Jordan Peele, was producing a new take on The Twilight Zone back in 2017. Since that time we’ve seen a teaser video and a Super Bowl spot, and also found out that Peele himself would be hosting the anthology series.
Now CBS All Access has released an official trailer for the brand new Twilight Zone. On top of that, they’ve also revealed a premiere date for the show. You can find the info and watch the trailer below.
The latest peek at the upcoming Amazon horror anthology series Lore is a clip from one of the segments we’ll be seeing, titled “Unboxed.” The show is based on Aaron Mahnke‘s podcast of the same name.
The clip offers a taste of what the show will be like, showing a scene involving a young boy who’s in trouble with his parents over something he’s trying to convince them is the fault of a doll. That’s followed by a narrated real-life story also involving a doll.
Continue below for more on Lore and to check out the new clip.
A couple of weeks back we saw a teaser trailer for an upcoming horror anthology series coming to Amazon titled Lore. Now an official trailer has been released.
The series is based on the podcast of the same name created and narrated by Aaron Mahnke, who also narrates the series. Its debut season will run for six episodes, featuring scary stories from throughout history presented using a mixture of live-action segments, animated segments, and documentary footage.
Continue below for more on the podcast and series and to check out the new trailer.
The X-Files Season 1 Episode 4: “Home Again”
Written & Directed by Glen Morgan
Created by Chris Clark
Starring David Duchnovy, Gillian Anderson, Mitch Pileggi, Robbie Amell, Joel McHale, Lauren Ambrose. FOX
Air Date: Monday, February 8th, 2016, 8:00pm
Last week, the newly reunited Mulder and Scully reminded fans how wacky and insane The X-Files can be, as they squared off with a werewolf-inspired horned frog man. But what was more important than the creature was the impact on Mulder’s psyche. Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) has been the poster-child for “true believer” since The X-files first debuted in 1993. His office was adorned with “The Truth is Out There” posters, and he told everyone who would listen about witnessing his sister’s abduction. The new conspiracy detailed in this 6-episode run of the series has laid siege to Mulder’s theories of alien conquest. Thankfully, the horned frog man gave him a much needed boost of confidence. Scully (Gillian Anderson) has always been the yin to Mulder’s yang. She is a scientist, a surgeon, and a skeptic. Her mindset this season has been to both calm Mulder’s lunacy all the while being distracted by past choices. Her and Mulder had a son, and gave him up for adoption to keep him hidden from government involvement. This episode again forced Scully to deal with uncomfortable personal issues from her past, while an X-Files case is literally tearing it up in the streets.