'Into the Dark, All That We Destroy': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything else about May's episode
Hulu's rebelliously ambitious horror series, 'Into the Dark' is returning this summer with its eighth installment, 'All That We Destroy'. The anthological series has been telling a different story on every episode, each inspired by a particular holiday of that particular month. The horror anthology web series features its own ensemble casts and director, in every episode.
As the eight chapter is set to return in summer this year, here's everything that you need to know about 'All That We Destroy'.
'All That We Destroy' will premiere on Hulu May 3, 2019.
Since the episode will come out in May, it seems fair the story is set to revolve around a mother, inspired by Mother's Day. The story follows a geneticist who creates several clones for her son, when she realizes he has an urgency to murder. She makes her son relive the same moments of his life with the clones, as this could cure him of his psychopathic tendencies to kill somebody. However, the trailer reveals the geneticist's fear about the clone developing beyond her control is realized.
The cast will include Aurora Perrineau, who had earlier appeared on episode 1 of 'Into the Dark', titled 'The Body'. Perrineau is best known for starring in the 2015 live-action movie adaptation of the 1980s animated television series 'Jem, Jem and the Holograms', as Shana Elmsford. She will appear as the clone, named Ashley in the series, whose discovery of a set of pictures begin to unravel some fearful memories. She will be joined by Israel Broussard as Spencer, and Samantha Mathis as Dr. Harris, the geneticist. The list also includes Frank Whaley, and Dora Madison.
The series is produced by the television branch of Blumhouse Productions, with founder Jason Blum executive producing every episode. It is being directed by Chelsea Stardust who is known for her work on 'Marco Polo' (2016). Her upcoming movie, 'Satanic Panic' has created quite the buzz as the plot revolves around an interesting story about religion and modern ideologies. It follows a pizza delivery girl, who is financially in dire straits and has to fight for her life, but her last order of the night finds her standing at the door of Satanic ideologists who are in desperate need of a virgin. The screenplay was done by Sean Keller ('Walking on Sunshine' 2013) and Jim Agnew ('The Capture' 2017).
The trailer released Thursday introduces us to the three main characters around whom the story revolves - a mother, a son, and a victim who is compelled to relive her murder over again.
Where to watch:
The eighth episode of 'Into The Dark' will premiere on Hulu.
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Considering the dystopian style of storytelling, 'Into the Dark' fans may like the 'Black Mirror' series on Netflix, on the other hand its tendency to incline towards horror elements make it a companion for shows like 'Channel Zero', 'Hannibal', 'The Terror', and 'Penny Dreadful'.