If there has ever been a month that proves fear is fun, it has to be October, the month of Halloween.
The problem is that Halloween thrills are just for kids, not for real fans of fear.
Fortunately for fear fanatics who crave real terror, Thrill, Asia’s first and only movie channel dedicated 24/7 to the widely popular horror, thriller and suspense genres is offering Thrill-O-Ween.
So on Oct.31, unless you’re young enough to jump into costume so that you can get amped up on a diabetes inducting sugar high, we promise your best option is to stay home and stay glued to Thrill, with a full on assault on your sanity and truly make your Halloween a Thrill-O-Ween.
Thill-O-Ween! is an extravaganza of thrills you will never forget, as Thrill will be cramming decades-worth of Thrill classics into a single whirlwind thrill-a-thon that starts at 1:10 a.m. with the phenomenally successful and thoroughly terrifying supernatural thriller The Ring.
The wildly successful sequel, Ring 2, follows later in the day.
That should be more than enough to stop you from even blinking at your TV for a very long time for fear something terrifying will come out of it.
Thrill will be airing no less than three installments of the Paranormal Activity franchise as part of the this year’s Thrill-o-Ween.
In between franchise installments, Thrill airs thrillers that have endured the test of time and now stand as classics. Starting with the acclaimed psychological thriller Shutter Island, in which Leonardo DiCaprio leads a powerhouse cast that includes Mark Ruffalo, and Ben Kingsley.
Winding down the Thrill-O-Ween! will be the American take on phenomenally well received Korean thriller, The Uninvited. And finally, Halloween Resurrection caps Thrill-O-Ween.
Thrill is available on Skycable Ch.107, Cablelink Ch.201, Destiny Cable Ch.11 and Cignal Ch 69).
For more information, you can log on to www.thrill-tv.com or www.facebook.com/WatchThrill.
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