‘Walking Dead’ EP Gale Anne Hurd On Andrew Lincoln Exit & ‘Lore’ Season 2 – New York Comic Con

SPOILER ALERT: This story includes details about the ninth season of The Walking Dead and the second season of Lore.
EXCLUSIVE: “Change for the sake of change is not helpful,” cautions The Walking Dead and Lore executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. “I thi…

SPOILER ALERT: This story includes details about the ninth season of The Walking Dead and the second season of Lore. EXCLUSIVE: "Change for the sake of change is not helpful," cautions The Walking Dead and Lore executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. "I think how a show handles that change and can reinvent itself while still remaining true to what it was that fans embraced from the very beginning is the litmus test of a show's continued longevity," she adds, with both the…

‘Lore’ Gets Almost Halloween Season 2 Premiere Date + Trailer – Comic-Con

Lore is coming back for its second season on Amazon just a little bit closer to Halloween than last time, Comic-Con learned today with a scary peek at the series.
The hybrid anthology series based on Aaron Mahnke’s popular and often horrifying 2015-lau…

Lore is coming back for its second season on Amazon just a little bit closer to Halloween than last time, Comic-Con learned today with a scary peek at the series. The hybrid anthology series based on Aaron Mahnke's popular and often horrifying 2015-launched podcast will return on October 19, six days and a year after Season 1 launched on the Jeff Bezos streaming service "It is scarier, it is really scarier," executive producer Gale Anne Hurd told the San Diego Convention…

Amazon Studios SDCC Roundup: Teaser Trailers, Casting, Release Dates

Amazon Studios had a plethora of news coming out of its Comic-Con panel, including numerous teaser trailers, casting news and release dates for some of its biggest and most anticipated shows. Homecoming Amazon released its first official trailer for it…

Amazon Studios had a plethora of news coming out of its Comic-Con panel, including numerous teaser trailers, casting news and release dates for some of its biggest and most anticipated shows. Homecoming Amazon released its first official trailer for its upcoming show, “Homecoming,” starring Julia Roberts. The trailer has a camera slowly panning through the […]

Amazon Goes Large With ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’ & ‘Good Omens’ At Comic-Con

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon made it very clear earlier this year with a big Super Bowl ad that Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is a big priority for them and the Jeff Bezos company are aiming to seal that deal at Comic-Con next month.
In fact, with a Jack Ryan participat…

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon made it very clear earlier this year with a big Super Bowl ad that Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is a big priority for them and the Jeff Bezos company are aiming to seal that deal at Comic-Con next month. In fact, with a Jack Ryan participating panel and massive immersive experience just outside the San Diego Convention Center, Amazon is bringing its best and brightest to the confab, I've learned. No word if Jack Ryan star John Krasinski or Good Omens' Michael…

‘Crashing’ Casts Madeline Wise; Emmett Scanlan Joins ‘Lore’

Madeline Wise is set for a recurring arc on the upcoming third season of HBO’s Crashing, from Pete Holmes and Judd Apatow. Created by and starring Holmes, Crashing draws on Holmes’ own experiences as a comedian, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the…

Madeline Wise is set for a recurring arc on the upcoming third season of HBO's Crashing, from Pete Holmes and Judd Apatow. Created by and starring Holmes, Crashing draws on Holmes' own experiences as a comedian, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the world of stand-up comedy. Wise will play an outgoing city girl who inspires Pete to embrace his ambition. Wise has received critical praise for her role in Cute Activist at Brooklyn’s Bushwick Starr theater. She also stars…

Amazon Renews ‘Lore,’ ‘Exorcist’s Sean Crouch New Showrunner For Horror Series

Things are about to get downright scary at Amazon, again. The streaming service now run by Jennifer Salke is bring back horror anthology Lore for a second season, it was formally announced this morning.
No specifics were provided on when Season 2 of Lore would debut or how many episodes it’ll be but I hear that a fall 2018 premiere is looking likely with about six episodes, like Season 1 had.

News of the pick-up for more of the Valhalla Entertainment and Propagate Content…

Things are about to get downright scary at Amazon, again. The streaming service now run by Jennifer Salke is bring back horror anthology Lore for a second season, it was formally announced this morning. No specifics were provided on when Season 2 of Lore would debut or how many episodes it'll be but I hear that a fall 2018 premiere is looking likely with about six episodes, like Season 1 had. News of the pick-up for more of the Valhalla Entertainment and Propagate Content…

The Raine Group Backs Ben Silverman and Howard Owens’ Propagate Content

The Raine Group has bought into Propagate Content, the production and distribution firm run by Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens. The technology-, media- and telecoms-focused bank has taken an unspecified “significant” stake in the business, and becomes a major Propagate backer alongside A+E Networks. Propagate said it would use the investment to launch new […]

The Raine Group has bought into Propagate Content, the production and distribution firm run by Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens. The technology-, media- and telecoms-focused bank has taken an unspecified “significant” stake in the business, and becomes a major Propagate backer alongside A+E Networks. Propagate said it would use the investment to launch new […]

Lore’s Aaron Mahnke on the 5 creepiest superstitions you may not know about

Aaron Mahnke is the creator and host of the award-winning horror podcast (and now Amazon Prime series) Lore, where he explores the history of the world’s most disturbing creatures, people, and superstitions. We asked the horror expert to give us the five creepiest superstitions he’s come across.

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Aaron Mahnke is the creator and host of the award-winning horror podcast (and now Amazon Prime series) Lore, where he explores the history of the world’s most disturbing creatures, people, and superstitions. We asked the horror expert to give us the five creepiest superstitions he’s come across.

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Lore could stand to have some more folklore, frankly

Does anyone actually like re-enactments? Like, in a non-ironic way? That’s the question raised by Amazon’s new TV-series adaptation of Aaron Mahnke’s hit podcast Lore. In audio form, Mahnke’s podcast takes historical events and spins them into gripping supernatural campfire tales, delving into the cultural context and…

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Does anyone actually like re-enactments? Like, in a non-ironic way? That’s the question raised by Amazon’s new TV-series adaptation of Aaron Mahnke’s hit podcast Lore. In audio form, Mahnke’s podcast takes historical events and spins them into gripping supernatural campfire tales, delving into the cultural context and…

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‘Lore’: How Creep LA Made a Version of the Show That Can Literally Reach Out and Touch You

The makers of a Los Angeles-based haunting experience based on the Amazon series explain what went into bringing the terror to life.

Daniel Montgomery and Justin Fix know that for most people, the scariest thing to do to someone is to stare into their eyes.

“There was this poll that went out that said, ‘How long does it take for a stranger to look into another person’s eyes before they creep them out?’ It was three seconds! And that just astonished me, that we can’t look at a person passing the street for more than three seconds before a person get the creeps. To me that speaks to a human condition,” Fix said.

So it’s no surprise that shortly into “Lore,” the new CreepLA haunting experience based on the new Amazon series and the podcast that inspired it, there’s a woman looking at you, almost directly through to your soul.

That introduction kicks off a series of small stories from different eras, national regions, and states of emotional duress that make up “Lore.” By design, groups of eight travel through this jungle of storytelling, peopled by accused witches, would-be murderers, and unexplained phenomena.

Montgomery and Fix take pride in subverting the tropes of a typical haunted house, where participants shuffle through a series of spooky rooms with fake brains and chainsaws, shuffling through single-file. As with their previous installations, CreepLA wanted to highlight an interactive experience that gave audiences some agency in absorbing the story in their own chosen way.

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Going through this journey through American mythmaking might be a group experience at the outset, but there’s a personal aspect to the process built into the DNA of the show.

“We always try and have what we call ‘one-on-ones,’ where you get pulled away from your group and have an intimate encounter with one of our actors, and get their own personal little story,” Montgomery said. “So, when we are constructing our stories we start with eight and then we figure out ways we can have one get pulled away, or two, or sometimes three, and then come back together.”

CreepLA’s “Lore” also utilizes space well. Some stops are populated with a dense set design, dotted with foliage and strewn pathways. Others prey upon a minimal atmosphere to let the mind fill in the gaps. What the audience can’t quite see or hear is the time that the performers put into helping craft that specific sort of unsettling world for each group.

“Our audition and callback process is pretty rigorous, especially this year for ‘Lore.’ It was hard,” Montgomery said. “The audition was workshop-style — long, long hours — and we did a lot of movement exercises. Not only do the actors have to be good actors, understand the text and be able to deliver it convincingly, but they have to have an awareness of their body, and have an awareness of how to move bodies in character.”

Much like the anthology that inspired it, these disparate stories literally spill over into each other as cries and clangs from previous rooms can be heard at other places in this storytelling maze. What could easily have been a weakness or a sticking point, the creative team worked to turn into a plus.

“Lore is verbal storytelling. For us we say ‘listen carefully’ at the very beginning of the show, so it’s a multi-sensory, oral experience. You’re hearing all of these stories in a way at once echoed with one another, living in the same environment, in a way,” Montgomery said.

Like many other experiences in the emerging haunting world, the performers in CreepLA’s “Lore” have the permission to touch the participants, whether to hold their hand and guide them to a new location or to establish an immediate psychological connection.

“The simplest form of storytelling and connectivity is through touch, and it’s always been an apparent thing we’ve always wanted to incorporate. Because it grounds you instantly when you have someone grab your thigh or your wrist, or recognize your cheekbones,” Fix said.

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Of course, that participation comes with parameters and is built on a mutual agreement.

“We always have to set the precedent at the start of the experience of ‘you will be touched, you will be isolated, you may be put in confined spaces.’ Because we’re trying to allow the normal guests to be able to escape, discover, get lost, misbehave, and allow themselves to step out of reality and to confront these limitations we may put on ourselves on a day to day basis, that we may normally not explore,” Fix said. “In shows past, it is so fun when audiences really give themselves over to the experience and give themselves over to the story and what they’re willing to do.”

Though the podcast, the Amazon series, and the haunting experience all deal with centuries-spanning stories, Montgomery and Fix recognize that the effectiveness of each is based on how well it relates to current times. There’s a specificity to the twisted hospital stories of “Lore,” or a family in a colonial cabin torn apart by strange behavior. But there’s still a universal feel to each of them, even as they’re separated by generations.

“We’re afraid of what’s right outside our door. All of these stories come down to a primal fear, and I think each one of them can be applied to everyday life right now. ‘I’m scared of who’s outside and who’s going to hurt my family, I’m scared of getting sick and dying’ is very real right now. With all of these different stories, these are the victims that come up with the explanations for why this is happening, the fear of the unknown. Everybody has a fear of the unknown and a fear of the other,” Montgomery said. 

“Lore” is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. CreepLA’s “Lore” is open in downtown Los Angeles through November 12. 

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‘Lore’ Review: Season 1 Turns a Spooky Podcast Into a Bland Historical Reenactment

Amazon’s adaptation recreates true stories you don’t need to see to believe.

Lore” is a very successful podcast, but its televised adaptation does very little to earn the new medium. Yes, the six-part series pulls out every trick in the TV playbook in an attempt to make these factual explanations of urban myths visually stimulating: There are creepy animated sequences, choice bits of archival footage, and a number of live-action scenes performed by familiar character actors.

And yet its Aaron Mahnke’s blunt narration and gag-inducing sound effects that make up the best bits of the first three episodes, both of which stem from the series’ origins — and more effective incarnation, being audio storytelling.

“Lore” is an episodic anthology series, telling a different fact-based tale every episode. Each entry clocks in between 39 and 45 minutes, and opens with a disclaimer: “Everything you’re about to see is based on actual people and events.” The clarification proves necessary quickly, not only for the eerily wild events being chronicled but for how they’re depicted.

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The premiere starts with a haunting account of a best friend who’s accidentally buried alive, before transitioning into a separate story about one father’s twisted quest to keep his sickly son from dying. (It also has a twist ending that almost justifies the rather dull preface.) The second episode focuses on asylums and a specific doctor known for performing lobotomies. The third (and final episode provided for critics) examines a condition where a person suddenly believes their friend or family member has been replaced by a “deceiver” — another person who looks exactly like their loved one.

Digging up dead bodies to cure the living? Spearing chunks of the brain through people’s eyes while they’re wide awake? Real-life “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”?! This is crazy stuff! “Lore” doesn’t diminish the ultimate appreciation of these historical lessons so much as its presentation lessons their impact.

The most problematic elements are also the most traditionally cinematic: the live-action recreations. Take the first episode, “They Made a Tonic.” Set in Rhode Island during 1882, the story of George Brown and his experimental methods to save the life of his son is told primarily with actors. They do a fine job, spouting expository dialogue and conveying believable emotional reactions, but any drama sustained within the characters is lost when Mahnke’s narration kicks in, talking over medical diagrams and old drawings.

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it’s informative, yes, but it takes audiences out of the narrative. “Lore” tries to have it both ways, but you can tell its primary purpose is educational: This series wants to be informative. It can entertain with its information, but the audience has no investment in what’s going on beyond curiosity, and live-action scenes take you out of what’s happening more than it endears audiences to the real people.

In the second episode, “Lore” starts to feel like a legitimate horror show. These live-action scenes, where a doctor sticks long, thin rods up patients’ noses and through their eye sockets, are anything but boring. They’re a little redundant, but they’re pretty gross. It’s the first time and only time audiences will feel squeamish during the first three episodes, and it’s almost entirely due to the sound editing. If you do watch Episode 2, “Echoes,” try closing your eyes and listening: The squishing noises are what’s disturbing, and looking away doesn’t offer any reprieve from the heebie-jeebies.

Considering “Lore’s” genesis, it’s a little surprising the TV series exists at all. Such effective audio storytelling already left its mark on the podcast world, and the Amazon adaptation doesn’t elevate things at all. If anything, it’s less effective because you can’t watch it in your car or while out for a jog. TV shows have to justify taking up all your time and attention, and “Lore” doesn’t make the cut.

Grade: C+

“Lore” Season 1 is streaming now exclusively on Amazon Prime. 

‘Lore’: Watch the Disturbing True Story of a Man Who Sacrificed Himself for Spiritualistic Science — Exclusive

Thomas Bradford was an engineer obsessed with the afterlife. Aaron Mahnke can take it from there.

True crime and supernatural enthusiasts alike can get on board with Amazon’s latest series, “Lore,” premiering this Friday, October 13. The six-episode series, based on Aaron Mahnke’s brilliantly chilling podcast of the same name, will bring the most unsettling folklore to life.

In a recently released video teaser, Aaron Mahnke narrates the story of a man named Thomas Bradford, an engineer and psychic who was so devoted to his studies around the afterlife that he killed himself. However, he did so with a specific purpose that could only be achieved once he had died.

In the video below, it’s easy to see how “Lore” transitioned from podcast to TV show. From haunted dolls to possessed daughters, “Lore” tells the terrifying tales of the past and present. The most unnerving part about it all? Every story is true. In each episode, Mahnke’s calm demeanor introduces a common truth before settling into the details of a true, macabre account.

“Lore” is produced by Gale Anne Hurd of “The Walking Dead,” Ben Silverman of “The Office,” and Glen Morgan of “The X-Files.” Amazon hopes that the transition from podcast to the small screen will be successful, as it’s the first of the trend to be released. ABC and Zach Braff are developing an adaptation of “Alex Inc.,” a portrayal of the podcast StartUp, while “Mr. Robot” creator Sam Esmail works on transforming the drama podcast “Homecoming” into a series for Amazon.

But Manke is confident in the stories’ timelessness, as each episode feels as though you’re four feet tall, roasting s’mores, and sitting around a campfire trying your best not to look into the woods behind you.

Check out the unnerving video below:

 “Lore” premieres this Friday, October 13, exclusively on Amazon Prime.

Lore creator Aaron Mahnke on what makes audiences hungry for horror

Bestcasts asks podcasters to discuss the three most memorable episodes of their podcast. For more podcast coverage, see Podmass, The A.V. Club’s weekly roundup of the best ’casts out there.

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Bestcasts asks podcasters to discuss the three most memorable episodes of their podcast. For more podcast coverage, see Podmass, The A.V. Club’s weekly roundup of the best ’casts out there.

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‘Lore’ Review: Amazon Horror Anthology Makes Deft Transition From Podcast

As the Friday the 13th launch date for Lore reveals, Gale Anne Hurd, Ben Silverman, Aaron Mahnke and Amazon are clearly not the superstitious types. However, the executive producers, podcast creator, streaming service and six-episode horror anthology series are all about taking things to the next level.
First reported by Deadline at New York Comic-Con last year, the small-screen version of Mahnke’s popular 2-year-old podcast from Walking Dead EP Hurd and ex-NBC…

As the Friday the 13th launch date for Lore reveals, Gale Anne Hurd, Ben Silverman, Aaron Mahnke and Amazon are clearly not the superstitious types. However, the executive producers, podcast creator, streaming service and six-episode horror anthology series are all about taking things to the next level. First reported by Deadline at New York Comic-Con last year, the small-screen version of Mahnke's popular 2-year-old podcast from Walking Dead EP Hurd and ex-NBC…

Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime in October 

October is one of the spookiest months of the year (some might say it’s even the spookiest), and Amazon Prime is going to have some appropriately frightening offerings to stream next month. In terms of originals, Prime is getting the first season of podcast adaptation Lore, which tells the true histories behind some…

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October is one of the spookiest months of the year (some might say it’s even the spookiest), and Amazon Prime is going to have some appropriately frightening offerings to stream next month. In terms of originals, Prime is getting the first season of podcast adaptation Lore, which tells the true histories behind some…

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Full Lore trailer claims that real life is the scariest story

This full trailer for Lore, Amazon’s TV adaptation of the hit podcast of the same name, suggests that “the scariest stories are true.” That’s a good tagline, but this trailer also sells that idea pretty well with its selection of clips from dramatic reenactments, which range from fantastical stuff like exorcisms and…

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This full trailer for Lore, Amazon’s TV adaptation of the hit podcast of the same name, suggests that “the scariest stories are true.” That’s a good tagline, but this trailer also sells that idea pretty well with its selection of clips from dramatic reenactments, which range from fantastical stuff like exorcisms and…

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‘Lore’ Trailer: Amazon’s Horror Anthology Looks as Bone-Chilling as the Podcast That Inspired It

Aaron Mahnke’s runaway podcast hit now has a frightening-looking TV adaptation to match, arriving in time for Halloween.

Aaron Mahnke’s “Lore” is one of the podcast world’s most popular series, blending terrifying true stories and deep dives into the eerie myths that have brought about real-world consequences.

Amazon has now given audiences their first glimpse of their upcoming TV adaptation, and it looks as unsettling as some of the best “Lore” episodes can get. (We put one about a possible demonic possession at a French abbey on our Best Podcast Episodes of 2017 So Far list.) This trailer for the six-episode anthology, premiering next month, looks like a greatest hits of creepy stories. There’s a very unpleasant looking operating room procedure, a family torn apart by candlelight, and the shrieks of someone being buried alive. Of course, by the laws of all that is horror, there’s even a dead-eyed doll.

Executive produced by “The Walking Dead” producer Gale Anne Hurd, “Lore” seems to blend a few different visual styles as well. Animation, black-and-white, and dimly lit chamber room terrors all seem to be playing a part here.

The cast of “Lore” will change with each episode, but the performers include Robert Patrick (featured here in all his mutton-chopped glory), Adam Goldberg, Colm Feore, Kristin Bauer van Straten, Holland Roden, and Campbell Scott.

Get your Wednesday dose of jump scares in with the “Lore” trailer below:

“Lore” premieres October 13 on Amazon, just in time for the last couple weeks of Halloween prep.

First Trailer for ‘Lore’ Creeps Us Out With Vampires and Werewolves (Video)

The first trailer for the popular horror and mythology podcast “Lore’s” television adaptation hit the internet Wednesday and somehow it manages to be creepier than its namesake.

The podcast, hosted by writer Aaron Mahnke, is a biweekly look into folklore and horror stories, often drawing upon legends and old tales to delve into the histories of certain myths that still plague us today, like vampires and werewolves.

“Throughout history, folklore has given a voice to our fears,” the dulcet tones of Mahnke say in the opening moments of the trailer.

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While the first teaser showed a completely animated sequence, this new, full trailer highlights the dramatic, live-action reenactments that’ll form the core of the show. These segments will feature actors such as Robert Patrick (“Terminator 2: Judgment Day”), Kristin Bauer van Straten (“True Blood”), Adam Golberg (“Fargo”), Holland Roden (“Teen Wolf”), Colm Feore (“House of Cards”) and Campbell Scott (“The Amazing Spider-Man”).

Here’s a rundown of some of the creatures and myths that’ll haunt “Lore’s” six episodes: werewolves, vampires, changelings, possessed dolls and 19th century spirtualism.

The topics come from fan-favorite episodes of the podcast.

“Lore” premieres Friday, Oct. 13 on Amazon Prime. Watch the full trailer above.

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The first trailer for the popular horror and mythology podcast “Lore’s” television adaptation hit the internet Wednesday and somehow it manages to be creepier than its namesake.

The podcast, hosted by writer Aaron Mahnke, is a biweekly look into folklore and horror stories, often drawing upon legends and old tales to delve into the histories of certain myths that still plague us today, like vampires and werewolves.

“Throughout history, folklore has given a voice to our fears,” the dulcet tones of Mahnke say in the opening moments of the trailer.

While the first teaser showed a completely animated sequence, this new, full trailer highlights the dramatic, live-action reenactments that’ll form the core of the show. These segments will feature actors such as Robert Patrick (“Terminator 2: Judgment Day”), Kristin Bauer van Straten (“True Blood”), Adam Golberg (“Fargo”), Holland Roden (“Teen Wolf”), Colm Feore (“House of Cards”) and Campbell Scott (“The Amazing Spider-Man”).

Here’s a rundown of some of the creatures and myths that’ll haunt “Lore’s” six episodes: werewolves, vampires, changelings, possessed dolls and 19th century spirtualism.

The topics come from fan-favorite episodes of the podcast.

“Lore” premieres Friday, Oct. 13 on Amazon Prime. Watch the full trailer above.

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Amazon Will Order More Shows Straight-to-Series, Roy Price Says

Lore makes the leap from podcasting to TV in a new teaser trailer

Fans of all things creepy are likely already familiar with the voice: “I’m Aaron Mahnke, and this is Lore.” Mahnke’s meticulously researched, conversationally narrated tales of the historical macabre have proven immensely popular in the world of podcasting, and now he, not unlike a restless spirit in one of his…

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Fans of all things creepy are likely already familiar with the voice: “I’m Aaron Mahnke, and this is Lore.” Mahnke’s meticulously researched, conversationally narrated tales of the historical macabre have proven immensely popular in the world of podcasting, and now he, not unlike a restless spirit in one of his…

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‘Lore’ Gets October Premiere Date On Amazon; Teaser Trailer

Amazon has set Friday, October 13 in the appropriate Halloween frame for the premiere of its adaptation of the horror podcast Lore, and released a teaser trailer (see above).
The six-episode anthology series combines documentary footage, narration, historical mixed media and cinematic scenes to explore the real-life tales behind pop culture’s most legendary horror myths, such as vampires, changelings, werewolves, séances and possessed dolls. It will feature fan-favorite…

Amazon has set Friday, October 13 in the appropriate Halloween frame for the premiere of its adaptation of the horror podcast Lore, and released a teaser trailer (see above). The six-episode anthology series combines documentary footage, narration, historical mixed media and cinematic scenes to explore the real-life tales behind pop culture’s most legendary horror myths, such as vampires, changelings, werewolves, séances and possessed dolls. It will feature fan-favorite…