The Walking Dead has done the impossible. When news released that Andrew Lincoln would be exiting The Walking Dead, I was skeptical on how intrigued I would be in Rickless Walking Dead. Yet, after last night’s episode, the show has found its’ momentum once again. I hope I’m not jinxing it though; considering I’m basing that opinion on the idea that the last two episodes were really great and the trailer for what's to come in the next three episodes is epic.
When someone is haunted or cursed, it would make perfect sense to make an attempt to break the curse or remove the spirit haunting you. For one person though, it would seem that he likes being haunted.
The eighth season is quickly nearing its climax, and yet there's so much going on, so many questions and theories being thrown about, so I have compiled some of my theories about the season and where I think it's going.
Why watch the series?Well basically because Stephen King says its banging, what more do you want?
The new Netflix original The Haunting of Hill House has been a recent talking point for many, and for that reason alone, I took it upon myself to see what everyone was talking about—judging for myself, if it was really worth all the hype.
American Horror Story is known for its many different plots. That's what fans love about the series. But sometimes you just need a little bit of closure, and episode 6 of American Horror Story: Apocalypse certainly gave us that. It proves that fan service, when done right, can result in the most successful of episodes. Both the writers and the director, none other than Sarah Paulson herself, did our favorite Murder House characters justice in this nostalgic episode. But what were their actual happy(ish) endings? In case you aren't watching Apocalypse, but want to know where your favorite original characters ended up, let's dive into the closure that episode 6 finally gave us.
It’s clear that The Walking Dead isn’t the show it used to be. Nothing proved this more than the Season 9 premiere with its new polished feel. Yet, despite the writer’s attempts to breathe new life into the show, it still manages to be uninteresting. We’re only one episode in, so things can get better as the season progresses, but that’s the same mentality that disappoints me each season.
‘90s kids, rejoice: Buffy the Vampire Slayer is coming back to the small screen. Buffy and her Scooby Gang got all kinds of after school specialed, buried under the clever guise of monsters and monster slaying. We might not have had to face literal demons in our personal lives, but Buffy taught us all about our metaphorical demons with her, you know, actual ones.
As most of us know, American Horror Story is a very dark and twisted yet popular show. I remember when Season One: Murder House was first released, back when I was a sophomore in high school. It was all anybody could talk about. When I finally decided to watch it, I had to do so in secret under the covers of my bed because my Grandmother was convinced that the show actually had the spirit of the devil in it. NO joke. I've watched every season up to the first episode of Season Eight: Apocalypse. Sometime after Season Three, I decided AHS was on a downfall. The quality of the storylines that the writers were creating had lost its appeal. However, AHS had no problems pulling me back in with new and interesting themes.
Now that was an interesting first episode to an apocalypse. It started off immediately with major cities getting nuked and taking an elite few to safe houses called outposts.
Hello, guys! My name is Dice Rollen. Today I thought I would review something from one of my favorite TV series, The Munsters. I watched quite a bit of The Munsters when I was younger. Now obviously I’m not a 60s kid, but come on… it’s The Munsters.
I used to wait every Sunday for The Walking Dead to come on. I would literally shake because I was so excited to see the latest from the Rick Grimes gang. I used to compare it to Game of Thrones.