It’s a bonus episode of Nightmare on Film Street, and we’ve gone ghostly! Join your horror hosts Kimmi & Jon as they crack open the coffin lid on 13 Ghosts: The Series. Think back to William Castle’s iconic 1960 rendition and then fast-forward to its 2001 Dark Castle revamp. Feeling nostalgic yet? Well, hold onto your ghost detectors because there’s a brand new chapter unfolding.
Stepping into our spooky studio are Series Creators Patrick Mediate, Ashley Robinson, and Aaron McLane of Primordial Pictures. They’ve been huddling with Dark Castle Entertainment, cooking up a television series concept for 13 Ghosts. And here’s the kicker: they’re dabbling with Augmented Reality. Think your regular binge-watch, but with a ghostly cameo in your snack bowl.
But wait, there’s a plot twist! While Dark Castle’s giving a thumbs up, Sony Pictures Television is still playing hard to get. What’s the fate of this ghostly venture? Our guests will spill the spectral secrets!
So, if you’re up for some Thir13en Ghosts gossip or just here for the chuckles, this episode’s right up your haunted alley. Tune in, kick back, and let’s stir up some ghostly fun!
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