With Kyle and his father Simon together again, the beacons are faced with the new step in their journey: seal the darkness, or face the consequences.
An old face returns to Rome, and suddenly Sarah Barnes is missing from the hospital. Meanwhile, Sidney’s left at the hands of Rev. Anderson.
Kyle & Allison take their daughter Amber on the run from the demons, as Reverend Anderson brings Megan to the Lighthouse.
Megan must face the consequences of her actions. Meanwhile, a disappearance in Rome leads Kyle & Anderson to a new, dangerous consequence of the rise in possessions.
FOX’s The Exorcist Season 1, Chapter One: “And Let My Cry Come Unto Thee” Directed by Rupert Wyatt Written by Jeremy Slater * For a review of Chapter Two: “Lupus in Fabula” – click here Here we are at the premiere of The Exorcist, a new series based on the classic from William Friedkin and basedContinue reading “The Exorcist – Season 1, Chapter One: “And Let My Cry Come Unto Thee””
Be careful who you decide to unfriend on Facebook. Could be the last mistake you ever make.
As if Alzheimer’s weren’t scary enough, Adam Robitel takes us into a vision of the disease which will likely haunt you until the end of time.
FX’s American Horror Story Season 2, Episode 3: “Nor’easter” Directed by Michael Uppendahl (Ray Donovan, Mad Men, Shameless) Written by Jennifer Salt * For a review of the previous episode, “Tricks and Treats” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “I Am Anne Frank: Part I” – click here Back to the framingContinue reading “American Horror Story – Asylum, Episode 3: “Nor’easter””
The Amityville Horror. 1979. Directed by Stuart Rosenberg. Screenplay by Sandor Stern; based on the book by Jay Anson. Starring James Brolin, Margot Kidder, Rod Steiger, Don Stroud, Murray Hamilton, John Larch, Natasha Ryan, K.C. Martel, Meeno Peluce, Michael Sacks, Helen Shaver, and Amy Wright. American International Pictures. Rated 14A. 117 minutes. Drama/Horror. ★★★★ WhenContinue reading “The Amityville Horror Never Lets Truth Get in its Way”
Evil Dead. 2013. Written & Directed by Fede Alvarez; based on the screenplay by Sam Raimi. Starring Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas, Elizabeth Blackmore, Phoenix Connolly, Jim McLarty, Stephen Butterworth, Karl Willetts, Randal Wilson, and Rupert Degas. TriStar Pictures. Rated 18A. 91 minutes. Horror ★★★★ So, to start, I want toContinue reading “EVIL DEAD Gets Remade with Plenty Blood & Guts & Demonic Possession”