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The CREEPSHOW Poster You Never Saw… Until Now
BEHIND THE SCENES

The CREEPSHOW Poster You Never Saw… Until Now

By now, we’re sure you’ve seen our official Creepshow poster, designed by Mike Broom, who also created amazing comic book art for the series. The series poster harkens back to the iconic illustrated posters for Creepshow and Creepshow 2—only now the Creep isn’t in the box office or seated on the theater aisle, he’s right …

Horror Journalists Visited the Set of CREEPSHOW: Here’s What They Saw
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Horror Journalists Visited the Set of CREEPSHOW: Here’s What They Saw

Earlier this year, horror journalists were invited down to Atlanta to visit the set of our upcoming original series Creepshow, which is based on the Stephen King and George A. Romero 1982 horror anthology movie of the same name. With Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead) as executive producer and showrunner, the six-episode series will see …

Unused Poster Concept Shows Joe Bob on the Iron Throne
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Unused Poster Concept Shows Joe Bob on the Iron Throne

If you’ve been digging the poster art for The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, guess what: you’re a fan of the work of artist Justin Osbourn of Slasher Design. But getting from concepts to key art is a journey—and sometimes the trip takes a few detours. One was this never-before-seen sketch for a concept …

Get Your First Look at Greg Nicotero’s CREEPSHOW
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Get Your First Look at Greg Nicotero’s CREEPSHOW

For showrunner Greg Nicotero, Creepshow is more than just a passion project—it’s his life coming full circle. His first set visit ever was to 1982’s Creepshow movie, where he first met his friend (and later mentor) Tom Savini. And the 1987 sequel Creepshow 2 was among his earliest film credits. From the production offices of …

A Very CREEPSHOW Birthday
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A Very CREEPSHOW Birthday

Today, the Creepshow crew surprised show runner, executive producer and giant Creepshow fan Greg Nicotero with a birthday cake inspired by the “Father’s Day” segment from the original film.