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“Bedlam” returns to BBC America beginning October 6th (9/8c) as part of the network’s Supernatural Saturdays, and we have a sneak peek of the opening scene from the haunted new season. Meet death’s new medium, Ellie, portrayed by Lacey Turner.

“Bedlam” Season 2 Synopsis:
Bedlam Heights is one address in London where people are just dying to get in… But the curse continues to rage at the stylish apartment building with a sordid past as the residence’s restless spirits continue to wreak havoc on unsuspecting new inhabitants.

This season the place tainted by abuse, suffering, and death has a new medium. Ellie (LACEY TURNER, “EastEnders,” “Being Human”) is on the brink of losing her home, fiancé, and career as an EMT. After months of seeing haunting visions of the dead walking amongst the living, she heads to Bedlam Heights to seek out a former hospital patient who was treated for similar visions. But Ellie has no idea the unimaginable horrors buried under the luxury apartments with beautiful decor and seemingly blissful tenants.

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After arriving at Bedlam Heights — newly renamed ‘Brightmoor’ — Ellie meets resident bartender Max (JACK ROTH, “Great Expectations”), who reveals the patient she’s seeking died six months prior — exactly the time her visions began. Max, an amateur ghost-hunting blogger, is thrilled to discover Ellie can see spirits and soon becomes the only person she can turn to for help in figuring out just what is happening to her.

Meanwhile, as the owner of Bedlam Heights, Warren (HUGO SPEER, The Full Monty), attempts to gloss over the complex’s past troubles with sexy and self-assured new sales manager Dan (NIKESH PATEL), his daughter, Kate (CHARLOTTE SALT, “The Tudors”), decides she can’t stand by and watch any longer. She knows all too well the horrors that fester beneath the surface after discovering the building’s demons first-hand.

As the asylum’s dark past continues to terrorize residents, they soon realize whatever is waiting for them in the depths of Bedlam Heights is worse than anything they could have ever imagined.

“Bedlam” Episode 2.01, “The Long Drop”:
Ellie is led to Bedlam Heights, but instead of finding answers she is left with more questions when she begins to have visions of a man hanging himself. Kate’s back to discover that not only is her dad, Warren, sleeping with 20-year-old Kiera, but his support lies with new boy Dan rather than with her. She leaves for good. Meanwhile Ellie is being haunted by the hanging man. She has no choice but to trust Max-the ghost has been disturbed so they need to restore the peace. Max saves Ellie, and she decides to stay at Bedlam. She keeps seeing a little girl in a yellow dress; perhaps she can restore her peace, too?

For more visit the official “Bedlam” website, “like” BBC America on Facebook, and follow BBC America on Twitter.

Bedlam Season 2 Premiering October 6th on BBC America

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Fright-Rags Announces New HOUSE OF 100 CORPSES Collection!

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“You like blood? Violence? Freaks of nature?!”

Next Wednesday, May 30 at 10 am EST Fright-Rags will be unleashing their officially licensed collection based on Rob Zombie’s splatter classic House of 1000 Corpses.

The collection includes a brand-new Captain Spaulding mini-mask with all the vintage style of the classic Ben Cooper / Collegeville masks, but at a collectible size.

On top of that, the collection includes Wax Pack trading cards available in single packs, factory boxes or larger sealed boxes, featuring official movie photo cards, stickers, special foil cards, parallel chase cards, and more.

This is all in addition to new t-shirts, socks, an enamel pins with art from Justin Osbourn, Kyle Crawford, Abrar Ajmal, Butch X, Sara Deck, John Tatarelli Jr., and Joe Guy Allard.

Check out pics of the merch below and then make sure to let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

The collection is coming May 30 at 10am EST on Fright-Rags.com

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Trailer: Argento and Bava Inspired Neo-Giallo THE ANTITHESIS

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I don’t know about you, but I love the films of Dario Argento and Mario Bava. And thus, I’m excited about Francesco Mirabelli’s upcoming Italian horror film The Antithesis. Not only is the film inspired by Argento and Bava, but its score is composed by Claudio Simonetti, who some of you may know better as the keyboardist for Goblin.

If you’re as interested as I am in this new film, then you’ll want to check out the trailer below and the poster to the right. After looking through all of that, make sure to hit us up and let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

The film is directed by Francesco Mirabelli from a screenplay written by Mirabelli, Francesco Basso, and Stefano Ricciardi. It stars Crisula Stafida, Marina Loi, and Nives Gaudioso. The score is composed by Claudio Simonetti, keyboardist for Goblin. BayView Entertainment releases the film on DVD July 17th.

Synopsis:

An isolated house in the countryside is beset by strange phenomena caused by bizarre temperature surges. Taking the advice of an architect, a young female geologist agrees to spend the night in the mysterious house in an attempt to identify the strange happenings. Once there, she finds herself trapped in a parallel reality… inside a vortex of horror and delirium.

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Ridley Scott Teases THE TERROR Season 2

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This past week we saw AMC and executive producer Ridley Scott’s horror series The Terror wrap up its first season. And, no spoilers, but the series seems to have come to an end. But no worries, the show was always meant to be an anthology, so what do the powers that be have in mind for season 2?

Well, Scott recently spoke with IndieWire and said the Franklin expedition won’t be followed up on and that they’re looking at several different possibilities for a second season.

You wouldn’t follow this through, I don’t think,” Scott said. “This is complete, but they’re looking for another season of something else. It doesn’t have to even be period, right? It could be modern. So right now, we’re circling the wagons on several things.”

What would you like to see The Terror season 2 cover? Make sure to hit us up and let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

The ten-episode series stars Jared Harris, Tobias Menzies, Ciarán Hinds, Paul Ready, Adam Nagaitis, Nive Nielsen, Ian Hart, and Trystan Gravelle. It’s produced by Scott Free, Emjag Productions, and Entertainment 360 in association with AMC Studios. In addition to Scott, the series is executive produced by David Kajganich, Soo Hugh, David W. Zucker, Alexandra Milchan, Scott Lambert, and Guymon Casady.

AMC hasn’t renewed the series for a second season yet.

Synopsis:

British Royal Navy Capt. Sir John Franklin is nearing the end of an uneven career. Described as “a man everyone likes, but no one respects,” Franklin has seen men die under his leadership on previous expeditions, and now he would like to retire with honors by discovering the Northwest Passage. Guiding the HMS Erebus into uncharted territory, Franklin’s most perilous journey yet pushes his crew to the brink of extinction. Frozen, isolated and stuck at the end of the earth, the men have been put in horrible danger by their commander’s Victorian hubris. A struggle to survive ignites infighting, and Franklin must try to undo the damage he has caused.

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