Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – Season 1, Episode 7: “Kill All Others”

A factory worker named Philbert sees his life change after the Candidate in a uniparty election makes a terrifying, violent statement on live TV.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 9: “Visiting Hours”

As Dylan & Emma struggle in the wake of revelations about Norman, former Sheriff Alex Romero heads straight for the station intent on being judge, jury, & executioner.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 7: “Inseparable”

Norma & Mother must come together closer after his kill at the hotel. At the same time, a body’s dragged from the water nearby, which means trouble.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 6: “Marion”

Trying to accept his insanity, Norman battles with his inner Norma, as Marion Crane’s arrival at the motel comes with unexpected consequences.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 4: “Hidden”

A new sheriff in town starts making trouble for Norman & Mother once there’s a search for Jim Blackwell. Meanwhile, Romero edges closer & closer to White Pine Bay.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 3: “Bad Blood”

With Uncle Caleb in the basement, Norman has to navigate between Chick & Mother to figure out how best to handle the situation.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 2: “The Convergence of the Twain”

Norman goes on a double date, though clearly he has a thing for Madeleine Loomis.
Is this to be a fatal attraction?

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THE CONJURING 2 Makes the Sequel Mighty Again

As a moderate fan of the first, THE CONJURING 2 – though based on a debunked story – is utterly haunting, holding a high level of tension almost throughout the entire runtime. Be prepared.

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The Conjuring is a Genuine Creepshow

The Conjuring. 2013. Directed by James Wan. Screenplay by Chad & Carey Hayes. Starring Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Lili Taylor, Ron Livingston, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Joey King, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver, Shannon Kook, John Brotherton, Sterling Jerins, Marion Guyot, Morganna May, & Amy Tipton. New Line Cinema/The Safran Company/Evergreen Media Group. Rated 14A. 112Continue reading “The Conjuring is a Genuine Creepshow”

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