The Chiller cable channel is going to start producing a lot of its own original programming to air alongside classic movies and horror-themed TV shows, and the first one is right around the corner. On December 17th, Chiller will present Chiller 13: The Decade’s Scariest Movie Moments, which will feature several horror and pop culture personalities discussing some of the decade’s top scare flicks, including The Descent and Saw. The lineup is pretty impressive and diverse, from Steve Niles to Betsy Russell, and Greg Nicotero to… Brian Collins? Yes, our own BC will also be on hand to offer his thoughts, so get your favorite beverage and take a shot every time he appears! Or just laugh at his messy beard. Look below for a teaser promo and the full press release!
CHILLER 13: THE DECADE’S SCARIEST MOVIE MOMENTS
TO PREMIERE DECEMBER 17 @ 8 PM
90-Minute Countdown is Chiller’s First-Ever Original Special
New York, NY – November 18, 2010 – On the heels of a rebrand and all-new on-air look, Chiller has announced the premiere of its very first original special. Chiller 13: The Decade’s Scariest Movie Moments will premiere on December 17 @ 8 PM.
Chiller 13: The Decade’s Scariest Movie Moments, produced by Emmy Award-winning company Associated Television International, features a diverse group of horror movie experts and pop culture mavens looking back on the top 13 scary movie moments of the past 10 years. Featured participants include renowned special makeup effects supervisor Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead), comedians Dan Gurewitch & David Young (collegehumor.com), actress Betsy Russell (the Saw anthology), writer Steve Niles (30 Days of Night), actor Tony Todd (Final Destination) and horror film director Lucky McKee (May, Chiller’s original movie The Passenger), among others.
Chiller is the only cable channel devoted to delivering viewers round-the-clock scares. Chiller’s eclectic slate of adrenaline-fueled, soul-stirring entertainment includes a broad offering of films, including feature-length premieres every Friday, international programming (Afterlife, Apparitions), documentary and reality shows (Fear Factor), anthology series (Masters of Horror) and some of the most thought-provoking and suspenseful series ever on television (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The X-Files, Tales from the Darkside, Twin Peaks, Millennium). Chiller is currently available in 40 million homes. To learn more, visit: www.chillertv.com. Chiller. Scary Good.
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