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"Masters of Horror" Sets Sights on Second Season

The fervor surrounding Showtime's "Masters of Horror" series is already drawing season-two interest from at least one literary figure who has contributed to the first season: David J. Schow. The Horror Channel reports that Schow, who penned the Larry Cohen-directed "Pick Me Up" for season one, is already set to adapt the John Farris story "I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Scream."

Rob Zombie has also expressed interest in working on the series. In fact he's been in discussion with Mick Garris and Tobe Hooper about contributing to season two. Zombie's involvement is largely dependent on scheduling issues.

Fangoria also has news regarding the second season of "Masters." Author Graham Masterton told them that his story "Anti-Claus" will be adapted for the series. It's almost too exciting for words. "Masters" really could become a dream vehicle for adapting some of the many deserving works of horror fiction out there.--Pete Mesling

Posted by Pete on November 15, 2005 6:38 AM
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