Hemlock Grove Clip – A Gruesome Transformation

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Hemlock Grove is a horror series co-produced by Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel) that is set to premiere on Netflix this month.  Like previous Netflix originals, all 13 episodes of Hemlock Grove will be available on the premiere date of April 19th.  So you can watch it all in one setting, an episode every morning for 13 days, however you want.

This type of release structure worked exceedingly well for Netflix’s House of Cards, which turned out to be a huge success with critics and viewers alike.  With the invention of this scheduling maneuver Netflix might well have set the bar for what the TV viewing experience should strive to be in the future.

There is a lot of anticipation for Hemlock Grove, developed by the author of the novel with the same name Brian McGreevy and Lee Shipman.  The thirteen one hour episodes will take viewers deep into a murder mystery that revolves around the bizarre residents of a former Pennsylvania steel town.  17-year old Brook Bluebell is brutally murdered, and any one of Hemlock’s peculiar inhabitants could be behind it.

Don’t let this clip fool you.  Changelings are only one thing you have to be concerned with in Hemlock Grove.  As the mystery unfolds, we learn that Hemlock Grove is host to any number of supernatural baddies, with a surprising common link that takes the story in a direction never attempted in the genre.


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