CHANNEL ZERO: BUTCHER'S BLOCK Episode Titles Revealed
Yesterday we brought you news that Nick Antosca, creator of SYFY’s Channel Zero anthology series, was heading back to the silver screen with Antlers. But today we are happy to report some new nuggets of info about the upcoming Channel Zero season Butcher’s Block.
Over on cinematographer Isaac Bauman’s (Gremlins: Recall) personal website, who was also the DP for No-End House, he actually has listed the titles for each of the six episodes in the upcoming season. While the team at Channel Zero are masters at keeping information under lock and key, it’s safe to say that the following titles COULD have spoilers for Channel Zero: Butchers Block:
Episode 3.01 - Insidious Onset
Episode 3.02 - Father Time
Episode 3.03 - Live Bait
Episode 3.04 - Alice In Slaughterland
Episode 3.05 - The Pestilent God
Episode 3.06 - Sacrifice Zone
I don’t know about you, but those are some BOSS episode titles! The Pestilent God? Alice in Slaughterland?! The episode title Sacrifice Zone alone sounds like an awesome lost sequel to Sly Stallone’s Cobra. But it still doesn’t get us much to take away in terms of plot, which details still remain scant aside from what was said when SYFY announced the third season title.
“Butcher’s Block is inspired by Kerry Hammond’s “Search and Rescue Woods” Creepypasta tale. Olivia Luccardi (It Follows) will star as Alice, an idealistic young woman, who upon moving to a new city, comes across a series of disappearances connected to a mysterious staircase in one of the area’s worst neighborhoods. Along with her schizophrenic older sister (Teen Wolf‘s Holland Roden), they discover what is preying on the city’s residents. Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner), Brandon Scott (Wreck-It Ralph), and Krisha Fairchild (Krisha) are also onboard for the Max Landis (Chronicle) produced series. ” Like the previous two, each season will be directed by one person, this time being newcomer Arkasha Stevenson.
With a release date set for early 2018, expect to see Butchers Block sooner than the typical Fall release. We love the art house horror that Channel Zero has provided us these last two seasons, and based on the released teaser below, Butcher’s Block looks no different!