Dark Horse Comics continues to be in the Cullen Bunn business. The publisher has announced The Midnite Show, a new series from writer Bunn and his The Sixth Gun collaborator, artist Brian Hurtt. The book, which follows a group of horror movie fans facing off against monsters manifested from a cursed classic film, is colored by Bill Crabtree and lettered by Jim Campbell, and is due out in October.

Here’s how Dark Horse describes The Midnite Show:

Basil Saxon is a legend among horror fans. Over fifty years ago, he vanished during a freak accident on the set of the film that would have been his masterpiece. The cursed film–God of Monsters–was never completed and has never been seen. But when a film festival shows footage from the long-lost movie, classic horror monsters manifest to wreak havoc and terror on the unsuspecting populace. A ragtag group of misfits must band together to stop the most famous creatures of all time and send them back to the realm of celluloid nightmares.

Along with a main cover by Hurtt, the first issue of The Midnite Show will feature variant covers by Francesco Francavilla and Dan Brereton.

The Midnite Show is the latest Dark Horse Comics work from Cullen Bunn, whose previous titles from the publisher include Harrow County with artist Tyler CrookManor Black with co-writer Hurtt and artist Crook, Parasomnia with artist Andrea MuttiShock Shop with artist Danny Luckert, and more. 

In a statement announcing The Midnite Show, Bunn described the vibe of the series, and the work that’s gone into building the universe of the book:

“I’ve been calling this book ‘popcorn horror.’ It’s a book that’s full of chills and thrills. Our heroes are in terrible danger,” said series writer, Cullen Bunn. “The monsters they are facing are terrifying. But this story is also a lot of fun! A horror romp with action, humor, heart, and a lot of bloodshed. These monsters mean bloody business!”

“Brian and I didn’t just throw a group of random monsters together for this book. We created a detailed history for them, a detailed history of Midnite Studios. In many ways, we’ve created a new horror universe within a horror universe!” said Bunn.

Look for The Midnite Show #1 (of 4) to arrive in stores and digitally on October 4th.