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Dread Central has been airing webisodes of Ghost Trek, a faux reality show lampooning all of the ghost hunting shows on TV today (like a Grave Encounters comedy). They began on 10/8 and now have 3 webisodes up, with a fourth coming next Monday. We recently got our hands on the press release that describes the show and links you to a featurette, trailer and an interview with some cast members from the WWE.
If I’m watching it, it’s because it stars the little zombie girl from The Walking Dead, Addy Miller. I have the trailer below, and the press release is below for your perusal, with links to a sizzle reel, interview with the cast, and a featurette on Ghost Trek: The Kinsey Report. Enjoy!
Do you ever watch those ghost hunting shows and scratch your head, thinking to yourself, “These shows are so ridiculous. Why am I watching this? »
- Andy Greene
Writer and co-director of "Ghost Trek", Michael Plumides, has agreed to share some of his upcoming project with the Dread Central readership. The horror-comedy webisodes will begin on Monday, October 8, and run through Halloween.
"Ghost Trek" is a mockumentary like nothing you've seen before. It's got laughs, frights, monsters and hotties. What more could you ask for? Be sure to stop back here next week to get your first look at the series.
From the Press Release
Do you ever watch those ghost hunting shows and scratch your head, thinking to yourself, "These shows are so ridiculous. Why am I watching this?" Well, "Ghost Trek" creator, Michael Plumides watched marathon episodes of those shows one Christmas and came up with a comic-horror concept called, »
- Doctor Gash
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