Spooky titles on parade at The Asylum's YouTube subscription channel
BURBANK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Hot on the heels of the creation of The Asylum's YouTube subscription channel TheAsylumNet, the 'SHARKNADO' production company is hosting Halloween Horror Month, an event featuring the studio's best-loved horror films from its 15-year archive. The new October horror selections are HALLOWEEN NIGHT, A HAUNTING IN SALEM, DEATH VALLEY: THE REVENGE OF BLOODY BILL, and THE AMITYVILLE HAUNTING.
The newly-created "horror" category also includes PARANORMAL ENTITY, 100 GHOST STREET: THE RETURN OF RICHARD SPECK, 8123: GACY HOUSE, 11/11/11, ABRAHAM LINCOLN VS. ZOMBIES, HAUNTING OF WINCHESTER HOUSE, and HILLSIDE CANNIBALS.
Users can view trailers and promos for free, but premium content is available only to subscribers. A subscription to TheAsylumNet, which unlocks all content with no advertising, costs $2.99 a month or $24.99 a year after a 14-day free trial.
Visit TheAsylumNet: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheAsylumNet.
About The Asylum
The Asylum is one of the world's leading brand-oriented motion picture and television studios. With its focus on high-concept, market-driven entertainment, like SHARKNADO, The Asylum finances, produces and releases 25 films per year through its direct pipeline to the nation's top retailers and its network of international partners. Since its founding in 1997, The Asylum has released more than 500 films and built a library of over 160 original productions, including top-rated movie premieres for Syfy and Lifetime networks. The Asylum is releasing 10 theatrical films in 2013 and is developing TV properties for 2014, including a comedy-horror series for MTV.
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