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Official “Channel Zero: No-End House” Trailer Messes With Reality

Your memories will eat you alive.

We now know that Syfy’s “Channel Zero: No-End House, the second season of the anthology series that creeped us all out last year, will premiere on the network September 20. The six brand new episodes bring another Creepypasta tale to the small screen, and the official trailer has arrived to tease the madness.

Enter at your own peril.

Inspired by Brian Russell’s Creepypasta tale, “Channel Zero: No-End House” tells the story of a young woman named Margot Sleator who visits the No-End House: a bizarre house of horrors that consists of a series of increasingly disturbing rooms. When she returns home, Margot realizes that everything has changed.

Amy Forsyth, Aisha Dee and John Carroll Lynch star.

Nick Antosca returns as executive producer, showrunner and writer for the second installment, alongside executive producer Max Landis. Steven Piet directed all six episodes. Harley Peyton (“Twin Peaks”) is writer-co-executive producer, while Don Mancini (“Hannibal”, creator of Child’s Play) also serves as a writer-supervising producer.



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  • Mr. Dry

    This one seems great. Anyone that watched the first season, is it any good?

    • MaryMaria

      I watched the first season, and while it had some great bits (tooth child?! yes, please!) overall, the pacing wasn’t great and some of it was pretty corny. I feel like maybe it would have been better as a movie than a miniseries. The creepypasta it was based on was super short and the format was in forum posts- not that the show needed to follow that, but it definitely fattened up a short, chilling forum thread into a bloated, slow, thrill ride with some shades of Silent Hill, in a bad way.

      All that said! If you like horror series, check it out anyway. I don’t regret watching it, and I like to support horror TV. I’ll definitely be watching series 2, and this trailer gives me more hope. The story that it’s based on would play much better as a miniseries, so we’ll see how it goes. My expectations are low, but I’m interested and want more horror TV.
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f7d1a3a1bb2326a0fdf5d514422ef9be2ec1d9a2adfc6dc83cf222e2de0ca5fa.gif

      • Jarle Solbakken Fremstad

        Spot on.

      • Mr. Dry

        Whoa! Thanks for taking the time to write all this! I’ll be checking it out with some reservations. Thanks again!

        • MaryMaria

          No worries! Check it out, enjoy what you can, and hopefully the next season will shine a little brighter. It’s only 6 episodes, so it’s not a massive time sink, and you may find bits and pieces you’ll like. Hey, maybe it’ll even be right up your alley and you’ll really love it! But yeah- if I were you, I’d just try not to expect anything earth-shattering or mind-blowing.

    • Necro

      Exactly what ‘MaryMaria’ said to you.

  • zonilo1 .

    From the looks of things, looks like they are engaging in Surrealist horror.

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