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Horror Highlights: Screambox’s “13 Screams of Halloween”, Slasher: Guilty Party, Scream Factory Blu-rays, Sightings, Grimmwood, Apartment 213, Party Bus To Hell

Get your scream on with these new frightful stories from today's Horror Highlights! Screambox's "13 Screams of Halloween" kicked off this past Friday the 13th and will continue until the big day. Also: Netflix's Slasher Season 2 details, Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray releases, a trailer for Sightings, details for the immersive experience Apartment 213, Grimmwood, and Party Bus From Hell.

Details on "13 Screams of Halloween" from Screambox: Press Release: "Los Angeles, Calif. (October 12, 2017) Screambox, the leading streaming service for hardcore horror fans, is celebrating the Halloween season with a fun treat: 13 new fan-favorite films will be released completely free for streaming on any device from Friday the 13th of October through Halloween, October 31st. Even more thrilling, these top-rated, terrifying titles are exclusive to Screambox -- true horror lovers won’t find these films on any other major streaming service, including Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime.

“It’s been a great year for Screambox,
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Slasher: Is the Netflix TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

Vulture Watch Are there any survivors? Has the Slasher TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Slasher, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?    What's This TV Show About? A horror anthology streaming on the Netflix paid subscription platform, each season of Slasher tells a new horror story. The first season aired on Chiller in the Us and Super Channel in Canada. Season two is titled Slasher: Guilty Party and stars: Leslie Hope, Paula Brancati, Jim Watson, Christopher Jacot, Joanne Vannicola, Jefferson Brown, Dean McDermott, Lovell Adams-Gray, Kaitlyn Leeb, Rebecca Liddiard, Melinda Shankar, Sebastian Pigott, Paulino Nunes, Madison Cheeatow, Ty
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Network: Chiller, Netflix. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: March 4, 2016 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Leslie Hope, Paula Brancati, Jim Watson, Christopher Jacot, Joanne Vannicola, Jefferson Brown, Dean McDermott, Lovell Adams-Gray, Kaitlyn Leeb, Rebecca Liddiard, Melinda Shankar, Sebastian Pigott, Paulino Nunes, Madison Cheeatow, Ty Olsson, Simu Liu, Katie McGrath, Brandon Jay McLaren, Wendy Crewson, and Steve Byers. TV show description: A Canadian horror anthology from creator and showrunner Aaron Martin, each season of the Slasher TV show tells a new story. The first season, Slasher: The Seven Deadly Sins, focuses on Sarah Bennett, (McGrath), a young woman who returns to her hometown. There, she winds up in the midst of a series murders --
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'Being Erica' Premieres In the USA In Jan. 26

The hit Canadian TV series Being Erica will premiere on Soapnet, an American cable network, in January 26 at 11 Pm.

American fans will see the third season of this Canadian TV series in winter.

In this third season, we finally get to see what's behind the mysterious door Erica Strange (Erin Karpluk), an woman from Toronto in her thirties, has to open. Only by opening that door will Erica know where her therapy with Dr. Tom (Michael Riley), a doctor who send people back in the past so that they can fix their regrets.

In her personal life, Erica is facing uncertainty. She's wondering if the publishing house she found with Julianne (Reagan Pasternak) will succeed. In fact, Brent (Morgan Kelly), their former colleague at River Rock Publishing, will stop at nothing to put them out of business. Moreover, Erica also looks out for her mom (Kathleen Laskey) and her sister,
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CBC Moves 'Being Erica' to Wednesday Nights

Starting with its fifth episode, Being Erica will now be aired on Wednesday nights according to an announcement made by the Canadian TV network CBC.

Up until the broadcasting of the third season's fourth episode, the Canadian TV series Being Erica had always been aired on Tuesday at 9 Pm.

Next week, the new episodes of the third season will be aired on Wednesday at 9 Pm just after the hit reality show Dragons' Den (8 Pm). The latter is one of the 30 most watched shows in Canada and will be used as a lead-in to Being Erica.

Speaking about competition on the same day at the same hour from Canadian and American TV networks, Being Erica will face these TV series: Criminal Minds (CBS), Hell's Kitchen (Fox), Mauvais karma (Radio-Canada), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC) and Modern Family along with Cougartown, two half-hour comedies from ABC.

The show is about a single woman from Toronto,
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Remembering Brittany Murphy

We were shocked and saddened when news broke that Brittany Murphy died of sudden cardiac arrest in her home yesterday morning at the age of 32. Soon after the story was confirmed, people all over the Internet began expressing their grief and fond memories of Murphy with quotes from her cult classic, Clueless: "That was way harsh, Tai."

Murphy's big screen break came in 1995 when she starred opposite Alicia Silverstone in the modern adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma. Clueless took Emma from country balls in the English countryside to city malls in Beverly Hills. Critics were skeptical about the movie's premise, but it won legions of fans, thanks in large part to Murphy's portrayal of Tai, an affable, naive west coast transplant whose one-liners obviously continue to be remembered by an entire generation. ("Cher, I don't want to do this anymore. And my buns, they don't feel nothin' like steel.
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