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American Horror Story: Coven Watch - Drink Every Time Someone Says...
It was a hard Thanksgiving for American Horror Story fans, as the series took a week off instead of showing us what kind of messed up voodoo spells Marie Laveau is capable of using only a stuffed turkey and canned yams. And heads up: tonight’s “The Sacred Taking” was treading as much water as possible without actually getting wet until the final shot of the episode, which was wickedly glorious and horrifying all at once. Kathy Bates further proves she’s ahead of the acting game
Guillermo del Toro's 'The Strain' Teaser Is One Rat-Infested Horror Show
Those with a fear of cleanliness and those metropolitan playthings some call rats may want to steer clear of the horrors that find themselves unfurled in Guillermo del Toro’s latest, a TV series for FX called The Strain. Because the scariest sight to see in the promo is just that: rats. Hide your garbage, folks. Before the vampire-ridden rodents come for you (and whatever’s leftover in that tub of hummus you just threw away) and they won’t stop until you’re sucking every last drop of AB- from a stranger’s neck.
Sons Of Anarchy's You Are My Sunshine: Jax Is Either Crazy, Stupid Or Genius, And It Isn't Genius
All I can say about tonight’s episode of Sons of Anarchy is, “Wow” with a capital W, with Jax hiding behind it, ready to come out and put a couple of bullets in whatever happens to be in his way. Obviously I have more to say about it; otherwise this would be a pretty short story, unlike S.O.A., which has really started to play its cards properly in reminding people that this is a long story with an endgame in sight. What’s the best way to avoid getting antbites? You kill all the ants.
Sons Of Anarchy 'You Are My Sunshine' Preview Shows Chinese Threats While Tara Sweats
You know, I don’t care if there is a joyous holiday this week that puts us with our families and friends for a time-honored American tradition. A week without Sons of Anarchy is a week without happiness for me, and I missed my patch-clad family this week. Thankfully, FX decided to reward fans for our patience with an exciting preview for next week’s episode, titled “You are My Sunshine.” Spoiler alerts from here on out, folks.
Game Of Thrones' David Bradley Replaces John Hurt In Guillermo del Toro's The Strain
Following word that FX is moving forward with the small screen adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s The Strain series comes news that Game of Thrones’ David Bradley has joined the cast, playing the key role of Professor Abraham Setrakian in the vampire-virus outbreak series. This role was previously played by John Hurt, who’s being recast by the producers.
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - Death Becomes Hardly Anyone In The Dead
There is a point in “The Dead” when Cordelia is truth-bombing Zoe about Fiona’s complicity in Madison’s throat slashing, and her eyebrows get stern around her milky blind eyes, and she says, “We’re going to kill my mother!” And that is a line that, even in American Horror Story, should have a hefty amount of weight behind it. Yet…
Guillermo del Toro's The Strain Adaptation Goes To Series With A July 2014 Premiere Set
It was last fall when we learned that Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s The Strain was being developed for a potential TV series at FX. This week comes word that the cable channel is moving forward with the vampire-virus drama, with a goal to get the series on the air next summer.
Sons Of Anarchy's Aon Rud Persanta: Shot Through The Neck, And You're To Blame
Well I’ll be damned. After a couple of decent but generic episodes,Sons of Anarchy revved it up to 11 tonight for “Aod Rud Persanta,” which abruptly put a dead end to several of the show’s ongoing storylines in a most bloody fashion. It was how Ocean’s Eleven would have gone if Danny Ocean were the bearded president of a badass motorcycle club, instead of just some guy in a suit. Everything has changed for SAMCRO now, and it’s all for the better.
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - The Axeman Cometh And Goeth With Blood Dripping Behind
The always intense Danny Huston (who I like to call the poor-but-rich-at-heart man’s Ray Wise) plays the never identified Axeman of New Orleans, whose most famous letter to the press is utilized for this cold open, where he called for New Orleans citizens to only play jazz music from their homes, with death as a consequence. And I really like Huston in that role, as he’s menacing as fuck and he has a strong bone to pick with the woman of the Coven.
Sons Of Anarchy's Hwang Wu: Tara Is All Alone Now
These 90-minute episodes are really starting to take a toll on my experience with the series. Last week was essentially just one big confession-filled lead-up to this week’s “Huang Wu,” which was itself one big emotional lead-up to next week’s explosive prison transport. I cannot wait for that episode, sure, but with the15-18 minutes of extra content we’re getting every week, it feels like we should have gotten to it already,
Stevie Nicks To Make 'American Horror Story: Coven' That Much Witchier
Praise all things witchy and wonderful because the Queen of ethereal vibes and otherworldly talent, Stevie Nicks, is twirling her way (scarf and all) into a guest spot on FX’s recently renewed for a fourth season miniseries saga, American Horror Story: Coven. Because of course she is! This is the most logical casting news we’ve ever heard for a series, given Nick's namecheck in the first episode of the third season by fellow witch (oh yeah — in AHS, Nicks is a real deal witch), Misty Day. This is going to be good.
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - Burn Witch Burn Burns Witches And Bridges
It was a fairly quiet time at Miss Robichaux’s Academy this week. I mean, sure there was a zombie invasion and a witch burning, but nothing too intense. There was enough downtime for me to think, “Who is funding this school where absolutely nothing gets done by way of schooling?” I’m keen to think the U.S. Government has no idea who’s paying the property taxes on that place. Speaking of property taxes… wait, no. We’re talking about American Horror Story.
American Horror Story Renewed For Season 4
If you’re an American Horror Story fan, there’s reason to celebrate today. First, it’s Wednesday! American Horror Story: Coven airs a new episode tonight! That by itself may not be news, but add on the confirmation that the series has been renewed for a fourth season and there’s certainly cause for applause…
Sons of Anarchy's John 8:32: Everyone Now Knows Everything About Everyone
If you’d have told me last week that tonight’s episode would feature a whole lot of people putting Tara in their crosshairs, all while Clay maniacally bites off a prison guard’s nose, I’d have assumed the episode was an instant classic. Instead, we get a lot of grievances being aired out like a filthy trunk that hasn’t had any dead bodies hidden inside it for a while. Wait, bikers don’t have trunks…
Justified, Legit, Archer And More Set On FX And FXX's Winter Premiere Schedule
FX and FXX have begun to lay out their midseason plans. For FX, that includes the returns of Justified and Archer, as well as the premiere of Chozen, an animated comedy originally slated for FXX, but has been moved to FX to join Archer on Monday night. Meanwhile, FXX will pair Ali G: Rezurection with the return of Jim Jefferies comedy Legit in February. Also set to return in February is The Americans, which will begin its second season on FX.
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