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Netflix's 'Haunted' Will Sketch Your Nightmares On Reddit Today

By Jodi Smith | Industry | October 10, 2018 |

By Jodi Smith | Industry | October 10, 2018 |


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Netflix is continuing to highlight their spooky and horror-tinged October output with a Reddit tie-in for their new series Haunted. Starting today at 8 AM PST, Reddit user u/HauntedNetflix will start a thread where people can submit their biggest fears and nightmares for a chance to have them drawn by several talented artists. Some of the participating nightmare artists are Kim Jung Gi, Jim Mahfood (Everybody Loves Tank Girl), Brandon Holt, Jason Shawn Alexander (Empty Zone), and Mark W. Richards.

In preparation of the series that takes real stories from people who have experienced paranormal events, Netflix had each episode of the season summed up and sketched into haunting art.

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Haunted is produced by the same people that brought us The Purge and Lore and premieres on the streaming platform October 12. *Updated with trailer.*



Jodi Smith is the Associate Trade News Editor at Pajiba. You can email her or follow her on Twitter.



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