Join Chiller TV tonight for an in-depth, investigatory look at the actual stories behind four renowned movies from within the horror genre in its terrifying second installment of the popular Real Fear franchise, Real Fear 2: The Truth Behind (More) Movies. In this original special, paranormal investigator Richard Dolan leads fellow investigators Katrina Weidman (Paranormal State), John McGarry, Chris Holt and Becky Weingrad as they boldly examine the reality based origins of The Haunting in Connecticut (2009), Fire in the Sky (1993), The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Wes Craven's iconic A Nightmare on Elm Street series.
Exclusive eyewitness accounts, special guest Chip Coffey, and interviews with the people that (two of) these films were based on highlight the program as well as the team seen scared in as much green-tinted night vision creepiness one could hope for.
Take a two-hour ride to the dark side tonight @ 9/8c on Chiller - but expect to get jumpy if you dare watch alone.
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A proud member of NBCUniversal's and A+E Television Networks’ Digital Media Teams, Nightfly routinely interviews producers, creators and stars of various network programs and films with a concentrated emphasis on the Syfy channel. Formally educated in Communications, Computer Science and Music, his résumé reflects more than a decade broadcasting in the fields of television and radio. With pieces routinely published at ScreenFad and Press Pass L.A., his primary areas of interest include TV, film, music, web series, comic books, fashion, pen 'n paper RPG gaming as well as various other pop-culture topics. An avid Twitter user, Nightfly supports the arts, the entertainment community, numerous charities and crowdfunding projects through his journalistic netizenship and non-partisan, multicultural-centric activism.
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