If you're all uptight about staking your hard-earned coin on this year's office basketball brackets, fear not... or fear a lot, depending on what really scares you. Either way, you'll have fun on FEARnet in March, 'cuz we've rolled out our own version of March Madness, and if you love new and/or classic horror flicks, we'll have you set up for the entire month with a "Tournament of Terror" that includes TV premieres, marathons and special events.
Highlights of FEARnet's March programming include “SAW Sunday,” a double-feature beginning on Sunday, March 10th at 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific with SAW VI, starring Costas Mandylor as the detective detemined to carry on Jigsaw's sadistic legacy. It's followed by the broadcast premiere of SAW VII, the series' (presumably) concluding chapter, with Mandylor returning and Friday the 13th alumnus Betsy Palmer as Jigsaw's widow, who has plans of her own.
Also making its broadcast debut is the critically acclaimed thriller Buried, starring Ryan Reynolds as a kidnapped truck driver who's buried alive, with a rapidly dying cell phone as his only hope for escape. It premieres Sunday, March 17th at 8PM ET/5PM PT.
More premieres include Eric Red's creepy cult classic Body Parts on Saturday, March 9th at 10PM ET/7PM PT; Russian horror-fantasy epic Nightwatch on Saturday, March 23rd at 10PM ET/7PM PT; The Selling, a festival fave about a realtor with a haunted property on his hands, on Thursday, March 28th at 8PM ET/5PM PT; and the campers-vs-killer thriller Holla, making its world premiere on Sunday, March 31st at 8PM ET/5PM PT.
We're not done yet! The “Cowboys & Critters” Marathon of wild-west horrors rolls into town Thursday, March 28th at 8PM ET/5PM PT with the supernatural gunslinger Dead Noon; followed by the frontier monster flick The Burrowers and the demonic wild-west showdown Left for Dead.