FLESH FOR THE BEAST: TSUKIKO’S CURSE SIX-EPISODE SUPERNATURAL/OCCULT SERIES FLESH FOR THE BEAST: THE WEB SERIES is inspired by the best-selling 2003 Fever Dreams feature film of the same name.
The original plot concerned a team of paranormal researchers, lured into an old mansion to investigate some ghostly activity, unaware that they are being served up as sacrificial lambs to a coven of sexy succubae. FLESH FOR THE BEAST’S format actually predated the following year’s first reality paranormal TV show.
Set to premiere on Netflix January 5th!
The new six-episode series explores a similar formula with a stronger emphasis on characters and atmosphere. The show also introduces a unique fusion of J-Horror and Reality TV chills.
Each episode presents the paranormal team with a new challenge as they encounter and investigate an onslaught of horrific psychic, supernatural and occult phenomena. Episodes highlight sexy vampires, zombies, shape-shifters and explore eerie topics such as demonic possession, satanic cults and posthumous marriage.
In contemporary small-town America, Parsons (male, 20s) and Fortune (female, 20s) have set up ta paranormal research lab, in a derelict warehouse. They have accumulated a vast library of occult tomes, relics and artifacts and call their office The Dark Room. It looks like a cross between an alchemist’s lair and a modern research lab with the arcane, occult paraphernalia contrasting with the high-tech surveillance gear.
Their individual workspaces also reflect their personalities and expertise. Fortune’s antique desk is covered with new-age texts, charms and relics while Parson’s desk reflects his hard science background with computer and surveillance equipment in various states of maintenance and disrepair. While business