Friday, 2 April 2010

Christ, make up your bloody minds

Apparently, the Horror Channel, or Zone Horror, or whatever the fuck it's called this days (this is the UK one, by the way) has rebranded again, and gone back to whatever it was called before it rebranded the last time. Why anyone would care what way round they have the words "horror" and "channel" escapes me.

But I am quite looking forward to the Flight Of The Conchords thingy...

Horror Channel brand brought back to life

Zone Horror, part of Chello Zone's UK channels portfolio, is returning to its former identity as the Horror Channel.

The network, jointly owned by multi-channel broadcaster Chello Zone and CBS Studios International following a partnership deal signed last October, was originally known as the Horror Channel until it was rebranded in 2006.

News of the name change came on the same day that Horror Channel announced the pick-up of five films from distributor Revolver Entertainment.

The feature films include New Zealand comedy horror Diagnosis Death, starring Bret McKenzie and Rhys Darby (Flight of the Conchords); UK horror flic Red Mist; The Grave Dancers; Mega Snake; and The Ferryman.

The Horror Channel has also added Paul McEvoy, who runs UK horror and fantasy festival FrightFest, to its programming team.

So there you go. You can read the full article here:

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