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As the eclipse draws near, Eph and his team are running out of time to avert disaster. Which means now's a good time to have the traitor in your midst engage in an attack of conscience.
If you thought last week's episode of The Strain played it too safe and slow, then you're going to love this week's change of pace. The darkness is growing, as well as the infection, and before the night is over, another skull is going to get caved in.
Week two of The Strain has shifted gears to personal stories instead of last week's more wide spread scope. But can it still maintain the momentum gained in Night Zero?
The Strain is here, and along with it an extended premiere of horror. If you were one of those people that freaked out at the billboards, you might want to read this recap before going into the waters.
FX has done a fine job of creeping us all out with their promotions for Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's new horror-drama The Strain. Having seen the first four episodes of the series, to put it simply, the ads are actually pretty tame by comparison to some of the disturbing events that transpire in the first few episodes of this bloody, creepy series.
FX has lined up their Comic-Con plans, announcing panels and signing booths for some of their popular series. Archer, American Horror Story, Sons of Anarchy and their upcoming new drama The Strain will all be featured with panels at the San Diego convention set to take place later this month.
It's one thing to use a creepy-gross poster to market a horror series online, but it's apparently quite another to take the same approach with billboards. FX's billboard for The Strain succeeded in getting people's attention, but it wasn't getting the right kind of attention, as complaints about the disturbing image of a worm working its way into an eyeball yielded enough complaints to cause the networks to take them down.
Fargo and The Strain are getting the Mondo poster treatment, courtesy of the ATX Television Festival and FX. The new posters have been presented in anticipation of the world premiere episode for The Strain and the ninth episode screening of Fargo at the Austin festival this weekend.
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t at least partly suspicious that FX’s upcoming horror series The Strain wasn’t just some elaborate social media prank, considering the abundance of creepy footage-free teasers that have been raining down upon the Internet in recent weeks. My fears are allayed now with the first actual trailer, giving us a really good look at what this series will be.
The Summer TV season is upon us. With new shows like Extant, Rush and Tyrant -- among others -- joining the lineup, and returning series like True Blood, Doctor Who, Under the Dome, Defiance and Graceland lined up, TV has plenty to offer us this summer.
If FX's goal with these teasers for The Strain is to make us seriously uncomfortable, they're succeeding. The latest promo offers us a big jar of heart, which issues one pulsing beat before the roaring wormy thing arrives and fixes its face against the glass.
It has been a huge week for TV, with the upfronts laying out everything that the basic cable networks will be offering viewers for the next year or so. Not to be outdone, the quality control specialists at FX and FXX have released their summer schedule, covering both returning shows and those new to the airwaves.
FX continues to freak us out with their teasers for Guillermo Del Toro's The Strain. We didn't think anything could top the shuddering creep factor in the eclipse worm-in-the-eye teaser, but body bags and a candy man certainly give that worm a run for its money. The above teaser shows us rows and rows of body bags, one of which most definitely twitched.
If you're one of those people who gets creeped out over the close-up sight of something burrowing itself into an eye, you probably want to skip the above teaser for FX's The Strain. The creepy "Pupil" teaser runs just ten second long and still manages make us shudder.
The brief teaser for Guillermo Del Toro's FX drama The Strain offers the creepy promise that "He is Here" as we see an eclipse take place moments before the lights go out in New York City. While the eclipse almost reminds me of Heroes, the music prompts an ominous War of the Worlds flashback.