Films & TV

HOLLISTON – TV Series (2012, 2013, – ? -)

No Guts. No Gory.

Two down and out aspiring horror movie filmmakers struggle with life, career, and the opposite sex in this acclaimed sit-com full of tremendous laughs, cartoonish violence and genuine heart.  Starring Adam Green (HATCHET), Joe Lynch (EVERLY), Laura Ortiz (THE HILLS HAVE EYES), Corri English (UNREST), and Dee Snider (TWISTED SISTER), critics have hailed HOLLISTON as “The show you hoped BIG BANG THEORY would be” (Austin Chronicle), “Laugh out loud funny” (Dread Central), and “The strangest sitcom ever made” (HitFix). Guest starring Seth Green (AUSTIN POWERS), Bailee Madison (PARENTAL GUIDANCE), Tony Todd (CANDYMAN), Danielle Harris (HALLOWEEN 4 & 5), Kane Hodder (FRIDAY THE 13th VII-X), John Landis (COMING TO AMERICA), David Naughton (AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON), Derek Mears (SLEEPY HOLLOW), Colton Dunn (SUPERSTORE), Paul Solet (JACK CHOP), Sid Haig (HOUSE OF 1,000 CORPSES), and more.  After more than a two year hiatus following the tragic death of former main ensemble cast member Dave Brockie (“Oderus Urungus” / GWAR) and the dissolving of the show’s original cable television distributor (FEARnet), last year the cast of HOLLISTON announced that they would indeed continue on with the show.  With Green and Lynch both directing films scheduling a time when all can be available for production will still be awhile, but rehearsals have begun for Season 3 and the cast surprised fans with a live reading of one of the new episodes during Green and Lynch’s MOVIE CRPT 48-hour live marathon to benefit Save A Yorkie Rescue in August of 2016 .  More details and an exact release date are coming.

Series created and written by Adam Green

Season 1 world television premiere 4.3.2012
Season 1 DVD/BLU-RAY release 10.9.2012
“The Holliston Christmas Special” television premiere 12.18.12
Season 2 world television premiere 6.4.13
Season 2 BLU-RAY release 4.8.2014


“What’s not to love? As horror fans, this show is made for us. It is us! And it shows horror fans in a positive light. We’re real people who go through all the same adventures, loves and losses as everyone else. “Holliston” shows that and is like nothing else on television.” – Scott Hallam (October 23, 2013)