New American Horrors Channel brings exclusive content to ROKU

Perfect for the month of October, right?

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Horror actor and filmmaker Hart D. Fisher launched American Horrors in 2011 with the intent of streaming 24/7 and providing horror fans a platform to check out loads of uncut horror content. And this Halloween season, you can check out the American Horrors channel via Roku!

From the press release:

SERIAL KILLER CULTURE’S HART D. FISHER LAUNCHS NEW 24 HOUR HORROR CHANNEL!

NEW AMERICAN HORRORS CHANNEL BRINGS EXCLUSIVE CONTENT TO ROKU!

LOS ANGELES, CA- Serial Killer Culture’s Hart D. Fisher has launched his 2nd 24 hour a day, 365 days a year horror channel, the “New” American Horrors, exclusively on ROKU for this year’s Halloween season. So now, not only is there the original American Horrors linear streaming channel on billionaire maverick Alki David’s Filmon.com, launched 4 years ago on October 2nd, 2011 that is free to watch worldwide, ROKU has a brand new American Horrors channel for its 7 million users filled with nothing but the bloody best in horror & it’s all free! Just use the Channel Code AMHOR to add the NEW American Horrors to YOUR Roku!

“In the first two weeks of our Beta Launch, with no fanfare or PR, we’ve had over 12,900 people add American Horrors to their ROKU accounts.” Said Mr. Fisher. “With new shows coming up like the lost seasons of Count Crazy Craig, a team up with the Grind House Channel, Wild Eye Releasing and the return of smash paranormal investigations hit, Mission Terror, I know we’re going to triple that before the end of the season.”

American Horrors joins industry brand names such as Netflix, YouTube, HBOGo, The History Channel, ESPN, PBS, Disney, Hulu and more on Roku streaming players around the world. In 2014, Roku streamed over 3 Billion hours of content, up 72% from the prior year and ended the year with about 7 million monthly active accounts. Now American Horrors can be accessed for free through this dynamic new alternative to cable & satellite television.”

Does this sound awesome or what? If you’re a fan of horror, you’re definitely gonna want in on this. With shorts and features both available for your viewing pleasure, this channel is a must-have for fans of horror.

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Don’t forget to use the code AMHOR to add the channel to your ROKU.  And for more information on American Horrors, check out their official website, which is pretty rad.

Well that’s all for now. So long and take care, TheBlood-shed readers.

– Jason

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