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On the Set of Hemlock Grove: Interviews with the Cast & Crew

April 19, 2013


Hemlock Grove isn’t like most small communities. When a teenage girl is murdered, two boys - Roman Godrey (Bill Skarsgard), the spoiled and possibly vampiric heir to the Godfrey estate, and Peter Rumancek (Landon Liboiron), a gypsy traveler and werewolf – step up to solve the shocking crime. As the investigation unfolds, though, the steel town’s deep, dark secrets come to light. Nothing is as it seems and the lines quickly begin to blur over whether Hemlock Grove’s monsters are supernatural – or just really twisted humans.

"Hemlock Gove" is the second original series from Netflix, which has now made 13 episodes available. The show is based on the novel of the same name by Brian McGreevy, who serves as the series' writer and executive producer. Hostel’s horror maverick, Eli Roth, is also an executive producer, and obviously has an exuberant passion and enthusiasm for the genre.

ComingSoon.net's ShockTillYouDrop.com recently had the opportunity to visit the set and speak with the show's cast and you can now check out the full report by clicking the image below:



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