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Horror Hotel 

Do you love all things dark and disturbing? In the vein of Elvira, Horror Hotel features the new queen of the night, Lamia (Lay-me-uh), who will bring you the best horror movies you have ... See full summary »
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Queen of the Dark Lamia Queen of the Dark Lamia ...  Herself / ... 108 episodes, 2013-2019
Lilith Alexandria Lilith Alexandria ...  Lilith 92 episodes, 2013-2019
Philip Saad ...  Lil' Zombie / ... 46 episodes, 2014-2019
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Do you love all things dark and disturbing? In the vein of Elvira, Horror Hotel features the new queen of the night, Lamia (Lay-me-uh), who will bring you the best horror movies you have yet to see. From independent horror films to classic black and whites, you'll find out more about the movies, the people involved in making them and all of their horrifying stories. Written by Reel TV Network

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Horror

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TV-14
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USA

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English

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15 October 2013 (USA) See more »

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Not really impressed
18 February 2017 | by shilohspiderartSee all my reviews

I should start by saying I'm setting the bar very low to start for this indie show. This one is "Okay" for concept but it really needs some serious work if it's to go further. The girl could use some more acting or speech lessons. Felt like I was listening to a high schooler read off a book report or a Wikipedia posting; very stale delivery even with the few voice inflections, flashes of fake fangs, and eye brow raising on key words. The two movies I've tried to watch so far were extremely poor quality (yes I realize I'm watching old black & white movies that were never remaster edited and they're probably viewable online somewhere free), but you have to turn up the volume to hear anything even the girl. No close captioning for even her speaking parts, but that's likely the fault of RetroTV or ReelTV, whichever is operating this show. I should add that if you were channel surfing, you'd likely pass over this because it's a little difficult to tell if the indie horror stuff they show are the commercials or if someone flipped the switch to show something else. There's also no mention of the show's name during any breaks. I caught it barely in the credits (I kept missing the first 10-15 seconds of the show), took a couple of Google tries to get a hit. I was hoping to find a schedule to see what any upcoming movies are just for curiosity but not having much luck.


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