Last week Quibi was launched and last Monday the film 50 States of Fear premiered, produced by the great Sam Raimi.

Raimi shot the first episode of Golden Hand, which didn’t make Meagan very impressive (read his review). Fortunately, 50 States of Fear is a series of anthologies that tell the new stories of different directors.

As far as the future is concerned, Bloody Disgust indicates what the following stories will be told and who the directors will be, including Juan von Dead’s Alejandro Brugués and the duo Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale of the Blair Witch Project.

TWO-BALL (14 April)

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star : Ming Na Wen, Karen Allen (Raiders of the Lost Ark, scrooted)
Story of : Yoko Okumura & Mae Catt
Television from : Meiketen

Kansas part 1: Mother and daughter stop to see the biggest twist in the world. This might sound boring. But it really attracts the girl.

Kansas, part two: Susan’s going to the police to help find Amelia. It turned out that the city was in something much darker than we thought.

Kansas, part 3: It’s time to get to the heart of the conspiracy. Susan digs deep inside herself and tries to save Amelia from danger.

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PEN ORDER (20 April)

Recommended: James Ranson, director of Emily Hampshire
: Ryan Spindles, writes: Ryan Spindell and Jacob Motz.

Oregon, part one: Taxidermy could be a real killer.

Oregon, part two: Some things shouldn’t have been valued.

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ILE DE L’ILE DE VERDURE (22 April)

Recommended: Asa Butterfield, Alex Fitzalan
Writer and director: Adam Schindler and Brian Netto.

Minnesota, part one: Four debutantes are ready to find out if it’s Kappa material. But this initiation ritual is about to become much darker than expected.

Minnesota, part two: Promises to free the chained victim and seek help in the woods. Can they trust that whoever they find is on their side?

Minnesota, part 3: This is not a fraternity dedication. The rest of the promises have trouble staying alive as everyone in the village approaches Grey Clouds.

DESTINO (27 April)

Recommended: Danny Garcia, head of Grayston Holt: Alejandro Bruges (Juan Dead)
History of : Eduardo Sanchez (Blair Witch Project, V/H/S/2, Lovely Molly, exists)
Television by : Gregg Hale (Blair Witch Project, V/H/S/2, The Beautiful Molly, exists)

Florida, part one: Miami-Dade police responded to a strange phone call about a stolen goat. Their cameras and video surveillance show what happened when they arrived at the scene.

Florida, part two: Reinforcements are arriving to investigate the missing officers. They find that frightening. But it’s also personal for Vasquez.

Florida, part three: The officers interrupt the ancient ritual. Vasquez struggles to keep his partners alive, but the capture of evil is hard to break.

Bloody Disgusting also preceded Red Rum, directed by Daniel Goldhaber and singer Isa Mazzei, the duo behind the great indie horror CAM.

Make sure there’s more.

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