A man buys a storage unit in an auction, but he discovers horrific things deep inside.
Patrick Brice’s slasher is a clever, nasty ride about confronting our own ethics, as well as the ethics of our society.
Chester searches for his lost other half. Yuko keeps on searching for him, too.
Angel and Dan get stuck in a room together— in more ways than one.
Laila goes on a right-wing show, but she’s ambushed. Farid’s brother Malik gets into a scary situation. Kane rises in Patriot Blue’s ranks.
Ally and Ivy find a new couple moving in across the street.
When a murder at the Butchery on Main happens, Ally buys a gun.
Walker requires a sacrifice, or else those at the ranch will die. Madison tries convincing Jeremiah to do the right thing; no matter what that means.
Ken Karn is in deep with Manson. Meanwhile, Hodiak learns more interesting facts about his new partner Shafe.
HBO’s The Night Of Season 1, Episode 1: “The Beach” Directed by Steven Zaillian Teleplay by Richard Price (The Wire, The Color of Money, Sea of Love, Ransom) * For a review of the next episode, “Subtle Beast” – click here As usual, HBO opens us on a nicely produced title sequence, accompanied with music by composer Jeff RussoContinue reading “The Night Of – Season 1, Episode 1: “The Beach””
FX’s American Crime Story Season 1, Episode 8: “A Jury in Jail” Directed by Anthony Hemingway Written by Joe Robert Cole * For a review of the previous episode, “Conspiracy Theories” – click here * For a review of the penultimate Season 1 episode, “Manna From Heaven” – click here Only a couple more episodesContinue reading “American Crime Story – Season 1, Episode 8: “A Jury in Jail””
More trouble for Rick and his new friends, as well as the people waiting back at the camp.