Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2 Arrives October 10th!

Director Eli Roth teams up with the darkest minds in horror to explore how nightmares come to life on screen. The new season explores witches, hell houses, body horror and more.

Per ComingSoon:

In season two of Eli Roth‘s History of Horror,  the series will now be featuring episodes focusing on monsters, evil children, witches, body horror, houses of hell, and Eli’s Terrifying Twelve. It will even deeper into the catacombs of creepiness, exhuming landmark films, and cult classics while chewing on the entrails of recent horror cinema. The series explores the dark power and wicked fun of scary movies, the craft that went into making them, and the ways that horror films reflect the anxieties of their times. The story is told by Eli Roth and a celebrated cast of writers, directors, actors, cinematographers, composers, and special effects artists who bring our nightmares to life.

This season will feature new celebrity guests including Megan Fox (Jennifer’s Body), Ari Aster (Midsommar), James Brolin (The Amityville Horror), Piper Laurie (Carrie), Bill Hader (It: Chapter 2), Nancy Allen (Dressed to Kill), Katharine Isabelle (Freddie vs. Jason), Rachel True (The Craft), Ashley Laurence (Hellraiser films), and Roger Corman (The Silence of the Lambs) as well as returning interviewees Stephen King, Quentin Tarantino, Jordan Peele, Greg Nicotero, Edgar Wright, Leonard Maltin, Slash, Joe Dante, Jack Black, Mary Harron, Tom Savini, Karyn Kusama, John Landis, and many others.

Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2 premieres Saturday, October 10 at 10/9c.

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