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Old December 12 2011, 10:19 PM   #1
Temis the Vorta
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Netflix developing werewolf horror series w/Eli Roth

Sounds like they're taking the safe route, with a Twilight-esque premise for the girls and the prospect of Eli Roth gore to attract the guys.
Netflix is finalizing a deal with Gaumont International Television for a 13-episode series order to Hemlock Grove, an hourlong thriller/horror series executive produced and directed by Eli Roth. ... Hemlock Grove is based on Brian McGreevy’s upcoming gothic horror novel...set against the backdrop of our darkest myths, adolescent deceptions, ravenous relationships and rumors of a werewolf, the series re-imagines everything it means to be a monster as reflected in the struggle to be human.
Space opera, Netflix. Do a space opera.
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