Over the weekend we posted a clip from Episode 2 of “Holliston”, and now, in anticipation of tomorrow night’s new episodes of that show as well as “Todd & the Book of Pure Evil”, we have sneak peeks of both to share.
“Todd & the Book of Pure Evil” airs Tuesday nights at 10:00 PM on FEARnet, followed by “Holliston” at 10:30 PM.
“Todd & the Book of Pure Evil” Episode 2.05 – “Jungle Fever” Synopsis (4/10/12 air date):
Hannah must establish dominance over a dimwitted Neanderthal Gang when a crazed environmentalist turns the school into a prehistoric rainforest.
About “Todd & the Book of Pure Evil”:
This supernatural comedy starring Alex House, Maggie Castle, Bill Turnbull, Melanie Leishman, and Chris Leavins and featuring Jason Mewes (Mallrats, Clerks) tells the story of a small-town high school kid trying to save the world. In each episode Todd (House) and his cohorts are pitted against the dark powers of a mysterious book that grants seemingly innocuous wishes with sinister, unexpected, cataclysmic, and downright satanic side effects.
During Season 2 the Book of Pure Evil continues to feed on the needy, the desperate, the lost, and the vain. Anyone possessing the Book is unable to resist the temptation to use its power for their own teen angst-fueled desires. Our evil-fighting team will continue to protect Crowley High from the monsters the powerfully evil Book spawns, as they are the only thing standing between the Book and total world destruction.
“Holliston” Episode 1.02 – “Camera Rental” Synopsis (4/10/12 air date):
Joe and Adam hire out the company’s camera to fund their horror film trailer – but the guy they rent it to vanishes! Meanwhile Corri and Laura discover their new apartment is haunted. Guest stars in Episode 2 include Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects), Ray Wise (Chillerama, “Twin Peaks”), and Parry Shen (Hatchet).
Adam and Joe are two down on their luck guys living in the small New England town of Holliston, Massachusetts, and struggling to chase their dream of becoming horror movie filmmakers… all while dealing with life, their day jobs, and the opposite sex. With a cast that includes a cross-dressing sexually inappropriate boss, a mentally handicapped cat, and an imaginary friend/alien who lives in the closet… “Holliston” re-invents the traditional sit-com as we know it and breaks new (and sometimes bloody) ground.
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