Last week we caught up with Powerman 5000 frontman Spider One to chat about his latest film project, the horror-comedy web series "My Wife Is a Demon," as well as the next Powerman 5000 album and more!
The commencement of the shopping season got you down? Well then, get ready for a little holiday fear from the frontman of Powerman 5000, Spider One (MTV's "Death Valley")! Time for a short film with an equal balance of classic monsters and classic laughs! Dig it!
All good things must come to an end, or at the very least a season finale, and that's exactly the case with MTV's "Death Valley"! Check out the final clips of the season right here!
Fans of MTV's "Death Valley", rejoice! We've got two new clips from tonight's episode on tap for you right here, brimming with the type of undead shenanigans that will have you grinning from ear-to-ear. Check 'em out!
Ready for some more supernatural shenanigans straight out of MTV's hit show "Death Valley"? Then dig on the preview of what's to come tonight!
In tonight episode of MTV's "Death Valley", Billy and Stu lose a partner in the line of duty while trying to help a drug addict. Sounds grim, right? But we're pretty sure there'll be a few laughs along the way as well. Check out these two clips MTV provided us from the ep to see if you don't agree.
Actress Tania Raymonde may be best known to millions worldwide as Alex Rousseau from ABC's series "Lost", but it's her latest television role that very well could define the next chapter of her career.
Fan of MTV's "Death Valley"? You should be! The show's a lot of fun, and even better it's home to a lot of gore. We like gore. It makes us smile. So do these latest clips.
In recent times MTV has tried its hand in the horror genre and come up with some winners. With titles like "Teen Wolf" and "My Super Psycho Sweet 16" Parts One and Two, it's pretty interesting to see how "Death Valley" will fare in comparison to the plethora of horror TV programming available now.
MTV premiered a few more goodies for its upcoming horror comedy series "Death Valley" in the form of a new clip and some pretty ghastly stills. Dig on all the goodies right here.
We're just a few days away from the premiere of MTV's "Death Valley", and to get you geared up to support the long arm of the horror law, the network that used to play music has released a new clip!
It seems like horror has been good to the MTV network - they saw their ratings surge last year when they hosted several modern horror classics on their network, and their newest genre show, "Teen Wolf", has done phenomenal ratings numbers and has already been picked up for a second season.