Tom Holland Executive Produce New Paranormal TV Series

Tom Holland Executive Produce New Paranormal TV Series

Hollywood, California.

The Hollywood legend that brought you horror classics like Child’s Play and Fright Night, Tom Holland, teams up with fellow Producer, David Chackler from Village of the Damned, to bring you the next evolution in paranormal television. Both Tom and David will be Executive Producers on Dead X Chronicles, a show that follows the world renowned Dead X boys from Dead X Radio as they take celebrities to the most haunted locations around the world. Co Producer for Holland House will be Josh Holland, also, CEO of, one of the horror genre’s largest most successful websites.

The Dead X boys are known for their raw edgy humor mixed with their in-depth knowledge of paranormal investigation. Dead X Chronicles not only showcases their wit and unbelievable paranormal evidence, but it also allows you to see how your favorite celebrities react when they’re confronted with an actual haunted experience. Dead X Chronicles is currently in pre-production and talking with networks.

Tom Holland and David Chackler are attaching Dead X Chronicles to their companies, Holland House Entertainment, and Dead Rabbit Films.

Dead X Radio is an international show that takes an edgy and uncensored look at horror, sci-fi, and the paranormal. They interview celebrities within all of those genres and give a comedic & raw take on those topics. Their viewers are worldwide in over 78 countries.

Find out more about their companies and all of their projects at



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