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Reaper Tales Finds a Monster Under the Bed

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The first episode of Slap TV‘s latest webshow, Reaper Tales hosted by LeeAnna Vamp, has debuted; and it’s entitled “Monster Under the Bed.” No need to go looking for it; we have every pixel right here for your viewing pleasure!

From the Press Release:
SLAP TV’s REAPER TALES is the new fan-interactive horror web series from award-winning filmmakers STEVEN & WHITNEY BOE, hosted by fandom favorite LEEANNA VAMP. Fans are asked to share their scariest nightmares, artwork, and skin-crawling stories to be considered for upcoming episodes. Submitters will receive story credit and be entered to win a chance to visit the set during filming.

Current episodes include an elderly man who discovers true love is hard to bury, a dad who’s just trying to keep his family from falling to pieces, and a woman who would kill for a bit of silence. Reaper Tales’ horror ranges from humorous to dramatic to psychological to outright splatter-fests. Oh, and did we mention we have zombies? Yes, we have zombies!

Show creators Steven & Whitney Boe from Los Angeles-based Imaginal Cells FilmWorks are best known for their feature film Mythic Journeys, starring MARK HAMILL, TIM CURRY, and LANCE HENRIKSEN, as well as original creature designs by BRIAN & WENDY FROUD (Labyrinth, Dark Crystal, The Empire Strikes Back). They have won numerous awards for their films and have been guest speakers at film festivals and conventions such as DragonCon, Comic-Con and FairyWorlds.

As The Ferryman’s Daughter, it falls to our host LeeAnna Vamp to entertain viewers with tales of terror and death as they travel across the river Styx. LeeAnna is well-known to horror, fantasy, and sci-fi convention audiences. She can be seen in I Love Nerd Girls, Fiends Forever, and the popular Star Wars Girls.

Executive producer ROBERTO RAAD is the Creative Director for SlapTV, an entertainment website focused on horror and comedy. Launched in December of 2013, it features horror shorts, comedy sketches, web series, parodies, man on the street, and anything scary, funny, or slightly twisted you may find on the net.

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