New Horror Series “Welcome to Daisyland” to Air This Valentine’s Day
If you are interested in watching something scary this Valentine’s Day, Welcome to Daisyland might take care of your needs. The new horror anthology series will premiere on February 14, 2019, on the BlackBoxTV YouTube channel.
The trailer for Welcome to Daisyland has been released and it gives you the first glimpse of the Daisyland Carnival, where “dreams come true and nightmares begin!”.
Led by “temptress and ringmaster” Daisy, portrayed by Pepi Sonuga (Ash Vs Evil Dead, Famous In Love), the upcoming show will give you an inside look at what happens at Daisyland once the gates have closed and all the patrons have gone home, “when the cast of the music and mayhem shadow show come to life. Each member of the troupe has a dark gift and job to fulfill, as Daisyland is not just a carnival but a place for the collection of souls.”
The show is directed by award-winning filmmaker Tony E. Valenzuela (Silverwood, Harper’s Globe, Green Eyed World) and Executive Produced by David Edwards (Rock Star INXS) while being presented by Spitfire Music and BlackBoxTV. Music and orchestration for the series were provided by “acclaimed hard rock outfit” The Dead Daisies.
Additional cast includes Jessica Amlee (Heartland, Greenhouse Academy), Tru Collins (Insecure, Awkward), Kellan Rhude (The Axe Murders of Villisca, You Can Play), Aaron Groben (Face Off, Comedy Bang Bang), Jarrett Sleeper (Stranger Than Fiction), George Todd McLachlan (Josie) and Sam Aotaki.
“Welcome to Daisyland is our Valentine’s Day gift to both fans of horror and BlackBoxTV,” said director Tony E. Valenzuela. “It’s a music and mayhem shadow show that brings together two things I’m passionate about, namely dirgy swampland rock n’ roll and good, bloody horror.”
You can watch the premiere on the BlackBoxTV YouTube channel come February 14.
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