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Village of the Damned 

The killer forces Emma through a deadly game during the Lakewood carnival, where Brooke launches an attack on the town.


Gil Kenan


Jill E. Blotevogel (developed by) (as Jill Blotevogel), Dan Dworkin (developed by) | 6 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Willa Fitzgerald ... Emma Duval
Bex Taylor-Klaus ... Audrey Jensen
John Karna ... Noah Foster
Amadeus Serafini ... Kieran Wilcox
Carlson Young ... Brooke Maddox
Kiana Ledé ... Zoe Vaughn
Santiago Segura ... Gustavo Acosta
Tracy Middendorf ... Maggie Duval
Bryan Batt ... Mayor Quinn Maddox
Sean Grandillo ... Eli Hudson
Anthony Ruivivar ... Sheriff Miguel Acosta
Carrie Lazar ... Ms. Buckley
Mark Adam
Alec Rayme ... Killer
Patrick R. Walker ... Deputy Dwayne (as Patrick Reginald Walker)


The killer forces Emma through a deadly game during the Lakewood carnival, where Brooke launches an attack on the town.

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19 July 2016 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


After hearing her announcement at the carnival, Noah (John Karna) refers to Carrie Lazar's character as Miss Buckley. Betty Buckley played Miss Collins (the gym teacher) in Carrie (1976) and played Margaret White (Carrie's mother) in the 1988 Broadway musical Carrie. See more »


In an establishing shot of the carnival, on a banner of a stand selling caramel corn, "caramel" is misspelled "carmel". See more »


References Village of the Damned (1960) See more »

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There is more teen drama than horror.
20 July 2016 | by ellisday-954-300919See all my reviews

To recap after last week's brutally thrilling episode, the towns annual fair is happening with the killer on the loose, and Emma learns more of Keiran and Eli. The first problem (well, reason this episode was average at best), is that all of the action that happens happens right at the very end of the episode. Like the episode information stated, "The killer forces Emma through deadly games during the Lakewood carnival" it wildly inaccurate for two reasons: There is ONE 'game' right at the end that lasts for ONE minute. Typical scream - it never lives up to the hype it creates Scream TV gives this week another underwhelming episode, that is filled as far as it can be with horror clichés that miss out the horror. I had high hopes for this season, that maybe there would be a murder every week, and gripping story lines that were as original as the movies. No, I was wrong. As far as the acting is concerned, it is great. Flawless. But that doesn't make up for the series' downwards spiral into a bloodless teen drama.

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