FearNet Offers First Original Movie via Web, VOD

Sep 12, 2007  •  Post A Comment

The online and video-on-demand horror network FearNet will launch its first original movie next month, timed to Halloween.
The digital network, backed by Comcast, Sony and Lionsgate, partnered with Twisted Pictures, the production shop behind “Saw,” to create the new flick “Catacombs.”
The suspense thriller focuses on a young woman who finds herself lost beneath the streets of Paris. The film will premiere Oct. 1 on VOD and Oct. 31 online.
(Editor: Horowitz)


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