THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW proves Wes Craven was as political as any of his contemporaries while remaining totally horrific
Harry and Heather uncover more secrets out of Mosswood Grove, about Vera, and other members living elsewhere than the commune.
Dt. Harry Ambrose returns to his hometown of Keller to help investigate a disturbing crime involving a potential 13-year-old killer.
Harry takes Cora back up to the basement in the private club, in hopes of triggering repressed memories.
Ambrose uncovers a big clue at an estate out in the woods. Meanwhile, a state detective tries pinning the latest corpse on Cora quickly.
With the help of recovered memory therapy, Cora begins unlocking keys to her past & that fateful July 4th weekend.
In a few split seconds, Cora Tannetti's life changes when she commits a public act of violence out of seemingly nowhere on the beach.
Jennifer Lynch walks a different path than her director father, although it's one that is similarly weird. Morbid fascination is clearly a Lynch family trait.