Do not attempt to adjust the dial, your TV Horror fix is back,
It’s Evil Episodes Podcast #65!
On this edition of the show we welcome Corey back for a portion of the show to discuss everything he’s been up to as well as the debut of a brand new segment on the show, EVIL EPISODES BEER REVIEW! Some of the news items this include the brand new promo for AHS: Freakshow, The Cast of Alien getting together to do voice work on some DLC, & new hope for a Locke and Key adaption on the screen!?! We then discuss season two of BBC’s In the Flesh, among a ton of other things indirectly related before closing out with the usual TV Horror wrap-up which this week includes the 90 minute pilot of FX’s The Strain!
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The first season of In The Flesh definitely left viewers with some questions as well as plenty to ponder about the future of Kieren Walker.
Well, we now know when we can expect some answers. In The Flesh Season 2 premieres May 10th on BBC America. Below is a brief teaser….
The Dead will rise from the grave… and then enjoy dinner with Mom & Dad.
Don’t miss IN THE FLESH, a 3-night Zombie Event *** Starts Thursday June 6 at 10pm/9c *** Only on BBC America
IN THE FLESH follows zombie teenager Kieren Walker (LukeNewberry) and his reintegration back into both the local community and the heart of his family.
After his suicide four years ago, his friends and family thought they’d never see Kieren again. But shortly after his funeral, thousands rose from the dead; and after months of rehabilitationand medication, the zombies — now known as PDS (Partially Deceased Syndrome) sufferers — are gradually being returned to their homes.
When Kieran arrives, he is forced to confront his family, the community that rejected him and haunting flashbacks of what he did in his untreated state.
Credit: In The Flesh youtube page
is quickly becoming a highly coveted for the “sci-fi geek
” community, with genre favorites such as Being Human & Doctor Who
(as well as bringing Battlestar Galactica
to the network in syndication) With that said, could the network now also be courting “horror geeks
” as well? There is information out there already about the new series “The Fades
” being developed and now comes news of another series that sounds like it could potentially be pretty frightening: BEDLAM! BBCAMERICA
an apartment building converted from a pre-Victorian lunatic asylum – the inhabitants experience the darker side of the building’s history when former asylum spirits come back to claim what they believe to be theirs and seek revenge on those who have wronged them
It looks as though the series first season has aired already in the UK to mixed reviews from viewers, although on a positive note it does seem to have gotten better as the series has gone on, which is a good sign. We all know TV-based horror isn’t always where you are going to find the best material necessarily, but hey, I’m making it my personal job to cover as much of the genre as I can regardless of the quality, I suppose that will be a part of the fun of the podcast itself, right?
Bedlam premieres October 8th 2011 @9pm PT/ET (Cast pictured above)