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Watch Creepy Crawly for Halloween on FilmOn


Watch Creepy Crawly for Halloween on FilmOn

Creepy Crawly is FilmOn’s newest horror channel! The channel features horror, of course, but it also caters to sci-fi and thriller fans with movies and programming.

One of the shows you can watch on Creepy Crawly is “The Hillbilly Horror Show.” The show features two “hillbilly” cousins (Bo Cephus and “their SMOKIN’ hot kissin’ cousin,” Lulu) as they showcase award-winning horror short films from presenting horror short films from around the world.

The second episode of the first season features short films featuring vampires, delusion, and ghosts.

“‘Rose White’: Through Lilly’s eyes, the world is a dark but beautiful place however, each day is a battle for Rosalyn, who has been forced to take up prostitution in order to provide for herself and her delusional sister and simply pay the rent for their inner-city, tenement apartment.

‘Bloodtraffick’: In a world torn by a war between vampires and angels, a female vigilante on the hunt for her missing sisters is lured into the den of a vampire.

‘Help Wanted’: A young man is applying for his first post-college job at a large warehouse and all the employees self medicate with anti-psychotics to help them deal with the ghosts of their victims who haunt them. The Deed: Charles Pinkerton is a wealthy land developer in a small town and when a couple who refuses to give up their family’s land for his new development gets in his way, things turn ugly.”

You can watch this channel below the post or at FilmOn. What do you think about Creepy Crawly? Give your opinions in the comments section below!


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Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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