Crypt TV Releases Take the Stairs, a Hellevator-Themed Episode of One Minute Horror


“Hellevator,” the horror-themed game show on GSN we’ve been telling you guys about for a while now, premieres tomorrow night; and to help keep it on your radar, the folks at Crypt TV have unleashed a new One Minute Horror short film, entitled “Take the Stairs,” directed by John William Ross.  It was inspired by the show, and you can check it out right here!

New episodes are released several times a month and can only be found on Crypt TV’s Facebook page. One Minute Horror may be short in duration but is versatile in the different types of horror portrayed from week to week. From monsters to scares to thrills, One Minute Horror is designed to be easy to devour and geared to be watched multiple times.

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Hellevator One Minute Horror

ONE MINUTE HORROR: Take The StairsTime’s up. Run. #Hellevator premieres on GSN tomorrow 8/7c.

Posted by Crypt TV on Tuesday, October 20, 2015


As for “Hellevator,” the terrifying eight-episode genre-bending series from Blumhouse, the team that brought the world the Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Ouija, and The Purge franchises, dares contestants to survive a series of challenges from the depths of an abandoned slaughterhouse. Horror film icons Jen and Sylvia Soska, aka the “Twisted Twins,” serve as masterminds behind the scenes, pulling the strings throughout the game, taking delight in the horror and leaving contestants struggling to remember: “It’s just a game.”

You can watch “Hellevator” Episode 1 (review) on October 21, 2015, at 8 PM ET/PT. Be sure to follow along on Twitter (@HellevatorShow) and (@CryptTV) with the hashtags #Hellevator and #TakeTheStairs.

In “Hellevator” a team of three friends rides a haunted elevator into various levels of an abandoned slaughterhouse. One player must get out on each floor and conquer a frightening challenge in order to earn money for the team. If they don’t make it back in time, the elevator moves on without them. Participants can earn up to $50,000 by properly completing their challenges, including the final challenge – The Labyrinth – where the surviving contestants work together to face their most difficult and terrifying challenge in a mad-dash race to accumulate more money.




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