50 States of Fright brings the horror to Minnesota in new clip

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

The Quibi anthology series 50 States of Fright made its debut on April 13th with a three-part story that was set in Michigan and directed by Sam Raimi (you can read our review of that story HERE). Since then, the show has been progressing through other states, with new chapters arriving on the streaming service every weekday. 

50 States of Fright will explore stories based on urban legends from Michigan, Kansas, Oregon, Minnesota, and Florida taking viewers deeper into the horrors that lurk just beneath the surface of our country.

The current story is set in Minnesota and is titled Grey Cloud Island. Written and directed by Adam Schindler and Brian Netto, this one is split into three chapters –  

Minnesota Part 1: Four pledges are ready to find out if they’re Kappa material. But this initiation ritual is about to get way darker than they expected. 
Minnesota Part 2: The pledges free a chained victim and attempt to find help in the woods. Can they trust that whoever they find will be on their side? 
Minnesota Part 3: This is no frat initiation. The remaining pledges fight to stay alive as the Grey Cloud villagers all begin to close in.

The video embedded above shows a clip from today's segment of Grey Cloud Island, and in this clip we see a group of college kids making a terrifying discovery.

Grey Cloud Island stars Asa Butterfield and Alex Fitzalan.

50 States of Fright is executive produced by Sam Raimi, Van Toffler, Gunpowder & Sky, Tony DiSanto, Tommy Coriale, and Debbie Liebling. 

Quibi is offering a 90 day free trial that I haven't taken advantage of yet, but 50 States of Fright is the main reason why I'm interested in checking out the streaming service at some point.

Quibi gets its name from the fact that it will offer "quick bites" of entertainment. Intended to be watched on your smart phone while you're on the go, episodes of Quibi shows will be in the range of 10 minutes or less. To get the 90 day free trial, you'll need to go to Quibi.com to download it to your phone.

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