Creepshow Season 3 continues this week with a new episode that features two stories, one of which is an animated special in the season’s fifth installment. Danielle Harris and Mark Hamill lend their vocal talents to the episode.
Shudder’s original horror anthology is based on the 1980s horror-comedy films of the same name brought to life by Stephen King and George A. Romero. The series follows a similar pattern with fun scares and ghoulish creations brought to life by a talented special effects team. Find out all of the details about this week’s episode below.
Creepshow Season 3, Episode 5 release date
The latest episode of Shudder’s horror anthology premieres this Thursday, October 21, exclusively on the streaming service. Usually, Shudder content becomes available at midnight EST.
Creepshow Season 3, Episode 5 cast
This week’s episode of Creepshow is particularly exciting as the animated installment features several familiar faces, or voices, in Mark Hamill, Ron Livingston and Halloween actress Danielle Harris.
Just the second part is animated, however, the first story is a live-action segment and stars Matthew Barnes, Devon Hales, Jibre Hordges, Lauren Richards, Jabari Marshall, Grant Feely, Shannon Eubanks, Kamran Shaikh, Emerson Bennett, Jody Whitehurst, David Alexander Kaplan and Garrett Zehner. The second story features the voice talents of Mark Hamill, Danielle Harris, Ron Livingston, Fayna Sanchez, Kate Thulin, and Andy Daly.
Creepshow Season 3, Episode 5 synopsis
Have you ever wished you had more hours in the day to accomplish things? So has Tim, the main character in the first segment this week titled “Times Out.” Tim finally gets his wish, but it doesn’t play out the way he expects. “Times Out” is written by Barrington Smith and Paul Seetachitt and directed by Jeffrey F. January.
In the second segment, which is the animated special titled “The Things In Oakwood’s Past,” a time capsule proves a moment of remembrance for the town. But can a local librarian prevent one of the town’s darkest secrets from repeating itself? Greg Nicotero writes and directs this installment while Dave Newberg co-directs and Daniel Kraus co-wrote the story.