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  • American Horror Story: Coven Episode 3 Review

      American Horror Story: Coven started out strong and has no intention of slowing down. (trigger warnings for rape, incest, and abuse) In the first two episodes of the season we got introduced to the rivalry between the Voodoo practitioners of New Orleans and the witches of Salem along with what the Voodoo Queen, Marie […]


  • Creepshow Cast Grows, New Story Revealed

    Additional casting was announced today for the Creepshow anthology series, which will be airing on Shudder, AMC Network’s streaming service for horror. It also revealed an additional story, written by an award-winning novelist and directed by showrunner Greg Nicotero. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. […]



  • American Gods 2×02 Review: “The Beguiling Man”

    If you thought we would be making progress in the plot after the attack on the diner, you would be mistaken. “The Beguiling Man” stalls a bit, focusing instead on Shadow’s backstory with his mother. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The […]


  • Penny Dreadful: City of Angels 1×01 Review – ‘Santa Muerte’

    John Logan’s Penny Dreadful franchise is back with a spiritual successor titled City of Angels. Instead of Victorian London, the latest series is set in 1938 Los Angeles. ‘Santa Muerte’ served as an introduction to the new landscape. And while I enjoyed every minute, I think the premiere didn’t need to be as busy as […]




  • Castle Rock at NYCC 2019: Salem’s Lot Versus Misery

    For fans of Stephen King, Hulu’s anthology series Castle Rock is the gift that keeps on giving. The titular town is featured often in King’s works (such as The Dead Zone, The Shawshank Redemption, Stand by Me, Needful Things), as are many of the locations (like Shawshank) and themes explored in the show. The cast of […]


  • Bisexual Tropes We’d Like To Yeet Into The Sun

    If there’s one thing that really grinds my gears it’s lazy writing. The worse offenders seem to be showrunners who are trying to shoehorn representation into something without actually knowing much about the subject. I applaud their interest in diversity- but sometimes, bad representation is worse than no representation. To mark the end of #BiWeek, […]