Famed director John Carpenter has returned after a thirteen-year absence in the director’s chair. Carpenter has returned to direct an episode of “Suburban Screams.” The new series will be debuting just in time for the Halloween season on October 13th. “Suburban Screams” is a horror anthology series that will stream exclusively on Peacock.
“Suburban Screams” will explore the dark secrets and unspeakable evil that sometimes lurks beneath the surface of the sun-drenched streets, manicured lawns and friendly neighbors of suburbia. Each episode focuses on one true tale of terror, told by the real people who lived through it. In addition to firsthand accounts, the episodes will include cinematic reenactments, personal archives, and historic town press coverage.
Carpenter will direct one episode along with showrunners Jordan Roberts, Michelle Latimer, and Jan Pavlacky. John Carpenter, who is no stranger to composing music, composed the theme song for the show. Don’t miss the six-episode series when it debuts on Peacock next month. Check out the trailer for “Suburban Screams” below.