"Adding American Horrors to our worldwide FilmOn platform will satisfy the horror fan who's looking for more entertainment, more depth, more edge in their favorite genre," said FilmOn's Chairman and CEO, Alki David, "and we are pleased to add fear in the mix of this new digital age of entertainment."
American Horrors launches Sunday, October 2nd with it’s own original slate of programming (Conversations With Fear, Burl Barer & Don Woldman’s True Crimes, Steve Johnson’s Rubber Rules, American Horrors), the best new horror from the web (Fright Asylum, THIS WEEK IN HORROR, the award winning zombie series 8.13) and all of your favorite lost treasures from yesteryear on Saturday Fright Special (a trip back in time to 1960s and 1970s television, with public domain films, intermission reels, PSAs, commercials and all kinds of other nostalgia from bygone days).
American Horrors joins industry brand names such as BBC News, Universal Sports and more as part of FilmOn’s basic line up of channels that are available to subscribers for a $7.95 monthly fee (purchase a full year at $79.95 and receive two months free). FilmOn allows viewers to stream live TV on their Mac or PC computers, iPads/tablets, smart phones & mobile devices (iPhone, Android, Blackberry etc., etc.) and has just recently launched the world’s first AP breaking 24 hour news channel.
About American Horrors:
Headed by The Scariest Man in America, Hart D. Fisher, American Horrors is a multi-faceted genre specific horror entertainment company that will be launching it’s new 24 hour horror TV channel on the FilmOn platform. Mr. Fisher is the writer director of the feature film, The Garbage Man, and the author of Poems for the Dead, Still Dead and the much maligned Jeffrey Dahmer biography comic books. Mr. Fisher has been featured on Larry King Live, CNN Headline News, Entertainment Tonight, within the pages of Time Magazine, People Magazine, The A to Z Guide to Serial Killers and most recently as a guest of the SXSW Film Festival.
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