Channel Zero : the series horror Syfy gives cover in a first trailer well murky
At the side of the juggernaut, American Horror Story, there are also other series of anthology horrific, worthy of the glance. As Channel Zero in this case.
Small return on this series output on the sly in 2016 and that is, to our greatest regret, that a very low advertising. The fault no doubt to the reputation of dante’s’American Horror Story that works on the same beds as Channel Zero. And yet the series, created by Nick Antosca is a little more murky and unhealthy than its counterpart developed by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
All the more thatAmerican Horror Story was released in 2011 and after a season 1 (Murder House) appreciated and a season 2 (Asylum) loved it, difficult to Channel Zero to get out of the shadow.
“A little kiss” ?
After having swept away its audience within the confines of the strange with his mysterious emission of lethal (Candle Cove), and then push the limits of the absurd in a haunted house, frankly, morbid (The No-End House) and finally reach the limits of the horror (and gore) in a third season titled Butcher Clock, Channel Zero is going to offer a new telling of a macabre and terrifying.
This fourth season, called The Dream Door, written by Charlotte Bywater, will also be inspired by a creepypasta (urban legend of the internet as the Slender Man) titled “the Hidden Door”.
In this first short trailer, we discover that the young couple who will be at the centre of this new tale horror. Freshly married, Jillian (Maria Sten) and Tom (Brandon Scott) moved into their new home. While they are just beginning to store their furniture, the situation worsens when they discover a strange door in the basement of their house, and they begin to reveal all that they have tried to hide up until then. All the more that an entity’s demonic and bloody, who was asleep behind this door is released when the young couple decides to open it.
Channel Zero season 4 is planned for the 26th October on Syfy for a term of six episodes.