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Bite Me Returns, On Machinima and FEARNet Cable Network

Bite Me, Machinima's original zombie apocalypse comedy series, is coming back for seconds—this time on TV. Today Machinima Chairman and CEO Allen DeBevoise and Lionsgate’s Curt Marvis announced an expanded second season of Bite Me premiering on March 6 on the Machinima Network and FEARnet, the Lionsgate, Sony and Comcast backed television cable network for horror, thriller and suspense. "Bite Me is yet another example of the type of premium content that we know resonates with our global audience of highly engaged and influential young males, said DeBevoise. “We’re thrilled to partner with Lionsgate on the second season and look forward to expanding this into a global franchise." Has Bite Me outgrown its online roots? Not only will FEARnet be the exclusive TV home for Bite Me, it will also feature extended episodes, behind the scenes content, and special presentation movie length versions of the show. The cable
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Filmmaker talks his 3D Five Flix to Fear

Filmmaker talks his 3D Five Flix to Fear
ShoulderHill Entertainment co-founder Steven Addair announced a quintet of fright features the company will be shooting soon under the banner of Five Flix to Fear. All five of the Flix, which run the gamut of horror sub-genres, will be lensed in 3D.

“Fans of horror are so underestimated, and that’s exactly what Five Flix to Fear is about—not underestimating the fans,” Addair says “There’s nothing like having the lights go down and watching a good horror movie. It’s our job to give them something they’ll enjoy.”

The lineup is as follows:

• Otis, written and to be directed by Halloween: H20 and 5ive Days To Midnight co-scripter Robert Zappia, is a variation on the Beauty and the Beast story in which the former is a sorority girl and the latter is a disfigured teen who supposedly died 30 years earlier.

• Reactor 4, scripted by Nicholl finalist Sam Strachman and Addair,
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Exclusive “Bite Me” pics

  • Fangoria
Exclusive “Bite Me” pics
From the folks behind the animated web series and comics Xombie comes Bite Me, a new live-action zombie comedy series that follows a group of heroic gamers vs. the undead. The first two installments of Bite Me’s five-episode arc have already debuted on Machinima.com’s YouTube channel and number three launches this Saturday; you can see some exclusive makeup pics (by Multivision FX’s Michael del Rossa, pictured) and episode one below the jump.
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