Bloody Disgusting TV picks up
From Hamilton, Ontario’s David J. Fernandes 

World Broadcast Premiere on TVO
November 27, 8:00pm ET
and begins streaming  same day/time on, YouTube, Roku


Creepy Bits, the 6-part smart and scary web-series, created and directed by David J. Fernandes, has been picked up by Bloody Disgusting TV (BDTV), the streaming horror service from the immensely popular online magazine Bloody Disgusting. The series will be aired on BDTV’s Bloody Bites, which showcases the best in horror shorts.

BDTV, which is enjoyed by millions of monthly viewers, offers favourite horror movies, bloody originals and exclusive content streaming 24/7. The channel is available to stream for free on all of your favorite streaming services including The Roku Channel, Vizio Free +, TCL, and Sling Free.

Creepy Bits is an anthology that explores surveillance parenting, missing people, abandoned tunnels, creepy clowns, empty schools and a gruesome murder. It was shot entirely in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada,

The anthology features Madison Claringbold (Within the Deep, The Bookstore), Malaika Hennie-Hamadi (Age of the Living Dead), Daniela Rendon (Haunted Hospitals), Andrew Ravindran (Toronto Short Film Festival-winner To No Man’s Land), Casey Fleming (Paranormal 911), Elina Miyake Jackson (Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan) and 5-year-old Emily Mitchell (Women Talking).

It is produced by Simon Winterson (Adele, Eye Witness), with Gregory P. Bennett (Night Talk, The Bad Mother) serving as Director of Photography. Natalia Andrea Pozo as Key Makeup / SFX prosthetics, with production design by Natalie Robinson, costume design by Pamela Blackwood-Marques, and music composed by Adrian Ellis (Music of Madness, Holy Hell, Haphead, Clutch).

Recently Creepy Bits picked up a Best Horror/SciFi Series win from the London International Web & Short Film Festival.

“We love to connect our fans to great independent content. Creepy Bits delivers just that!”  says Brad Miska of Bloody Disgusting.

“Bloody-Disgusting is a fantastic brand that has been building a massive audience of horror fans over the last 20 years,” says Fernandes. “I’m just so excited that so many more people will get to watch Creepy Bits on BDTV – it’s a match made in hell.”


David J. Fernandes is an award-winning Canadian genre filmmaker, focused on creating original sci-fi, horror, thriller, and suspense films and TV. His first short film RE-WIRE (2010) premiered at Fantasia and was hailed by Todd Brown (XYZ Films / Screen Anarchy) as “far and away one of the better sci-fi shorts of the year.” David’s second short film, Binge, premiered at Toronto’s Blood in the Snow Festival in 2018. David is currently co-creating Limbo, a teen supernatural adventure hour-long TV series with Matthew MacFadzean (Workin’ Moms, Jupiter’s Legacy), Nicole Stamp (The Expanse, Carmilla) and Aurora Browne (Baroness Von Sketch Show).


Bloody Disgusting is the world’s largest destination for horror fans with an audience of over 20MM dedicated fans. Trusted since 2001 as the first source for breaking and in-depth coverage of all things horror. The Chicago-based media company produces the award-winning namesake website and mobile app, with a social footprint of more than 2MM engaged fans and a podcast network featuring CREEPY, SCP, Boo Crew, Horror Queers, Knight Light, Halloweenies, The Losers’ Club, Bleeder’s Digest, and the Official Bloody Disgusting Podcast.  In 2020 the company launched the television channel BDTV, a linear programmed 24/7 streaming service available everywhere you find your favorite streams. Bloody Disgusting has also both produced and distributed films including the Sundance Film Festival hits V/H/S, V/H/S/2, and THE WOMAN, as well as the TIFF Midnight Madness breakout SOUTHBOUND. The more recent V/H/S/94 was Shudder’s biggest movie premiere ever. Bloody Disgusting has positioned itself as the most important place for producers of genre film, television, games, events and comics to connect with their fans.


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