FEARnet Takes Audiences to “The Dark Side of Comic-Con”

FEARnet Participates in “Zombie Walks,” Exclusive Giveaways, and More!

Online PR News – 22-July-2010 – – Los Angeles, CA – FEARnet, the world’s premier destination for horror, thriller and suspense movies, will own “The Dark Side of Comic-Con” once again this year, and vows to bring audiences all things horror, thriller, dark fantasy, and sci-fi with its unique approach on the more sinister aspects of the genre world. Comic-Con International will take place in San Diego, CA from July 21 – 25, 2010.

FEARnet’s “Dark Side” coverage, brought to you by THQ’s Red Faction Armageddon, launching March 2011, includes sending 3 camera crews, 2 photographers and a team of reporters including On-Air Correspondents Spider (“Powerman 5000”), Angie Greenup (“It’s Effin’ Science”) and Audrey Cleo, to reveal the darker side of the convention to genre fans. The platform will bring FEARnet users the most up-to-date Comic-Con interviews and information on www.FEARnet.com and on FEARnet’s Facebook and Twitter. FEARnet is also supplying daily coverage to partner sites Hulu and YouTube with a steady stream of fresh interviews, articles and photos. Coverage from the largest North American fan event will include: “The Walking Dead,” “Dexter,” “Fringe,” “Vampire Diaries,” and the latest from Joss Whedon and “True Blood” author Charlaine Harris.

FEARnet will participate in the official San Diego “Zombie Walk” by hosting a team of costumed zombies at the FEARnet Fright Booth (#4219) for photos on Friday, July 23rd between 4-6 pm and on Saturday, July 24th between 3-5 pm just before the official walks begin. Coverage of the “Zombie Walks” will be available at www.FEARnet.com as of Saturday, July 24th.

Additionally, Comic-Con attendees can visit the FEARnet Fright Booth (#4219) to receive branded giveaways, including popcorn, t-shirts and more, and to get photos with Spider on Thursday, July 22nd from 11 am – 12:30 pm. The FEARnet Fright booth will feature an array of terrifying movie props, including severed limbs, hatchets, skulls, swords, eye patches, bloody lab coats, and much more. Fans can even upload their photos to social networks directly from the FEARnet booth.

FEARnet will also be hosting a Facebook “Fan Meet-up” at the booth on Saturday at 2 pm where FEARnet fans and staff meet face to face.

Complete coverage of Comic-Con will be available at www.FEARnet.com beginning Wednesday, July 21st. Additional content from FEARnet includes fan favorites like “Better Know a Booth Babe,” “Artist Spotlight,” which will showcase selected horror artists from “Artist Alley,” “Biggest Comic-Con Surprises,” “Sweet Swag of the Moment,” and several Comic-Con exclusives.

About FEARnet
FEARnet, the world's premier destination for horror, thriller and suspense, is a cutting-edge, multi-platform movie network available on demand, online and on mobile 24/7. Its unrivaled modern horror library unites Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) (NASDAQ: CMCSK), the nation’s leading provider of cable, entertainment and communications products and services with Sony Pictures Television (SPT: US) and Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), the two top studios producing and distributing the genre.

FEARnet has generated over 500 MM views, is the #1 Free Movie VOD network, and is available on Comcast, Cox Communications, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-Verse, Insight Communications, Bresnan and Guadalupe Valley Systems. www.FEARnet.com is the Web’s #1 site for genre movie viewing, and PC Magazine recently named FEARnet.com among “The 15 Best Websites for Movie Fans.” Users can explore the world of the macabre on a visually arresting video-rich environment packed with movies, interactive community features and fresh original content.

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