Hell Den (2019)
Our first original animated series, Hell Den, was born of an idea to repurpose vintage public domain cartoons. Years ago we picked up a crazy, funny vampire movie called Bloodsucking Bastards, which was made by a seriously warped improv troupe known as “Dr. God.” We handed our crude concept to Dr. God, and they made it even cruder in the best possible way. They conceived, wrote, directed and produced Hell Den, a rabbit hole of deranged, re-dubbed cartoons playing for the enjoyment of humanity’s lone survivor and his friends / potential executioners. Take a shot of Robot Chicken, add a splash of Beavis and Butthead, and finish it off with a healthy pour of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and you’ve got Hell Den. Then we found equally demented partners in Drink TV, the go-to streaming destination for drinks-themed content. You can find Hell Den exclusively on Drink TV, which is available at DrinkTV.com and on their branded channel on Roku, AppleTV, iOS and Android devices.
The six episode-series takes place after an Uber-Apocalypse wipes out civilization where one kid miraculously survives: 12 year-old Andrew. His house still has electricity, a working television, a VCR, and his deceased parents’ fully stocked bar, which draws a few curious apocalypse-creators to his door. There’s Kenneth, the moody Fifth Horseman of the Apocalypse; BET-C, a sympathetic but volatile mutant cyborg; Fleek, a sleazy alcoholic alien; and Giantic, a ponderous giant. Together, they break into the liquor cabinet and join Andrew to watch twisted cartoons… because destroying the world is hard work.
Hell Den Season 1’s notable guest stars include: Derek Mears (Swamp Thing / Friday The 13th), Brett Davern (Awkward. / The Brett Davern Show), Mo Collins (Fear The Walking Dead / F is for Family), and Emma Fitzpatrick (Significant Mother / The Social Network). In April 2020, SyFy announced that it had ordered six new 15-minute episodes for its TZGZ animation block. So head over to Drink TV and enjoy the end of the world.