Some marriages are built to last. “The Ring,” unfortunately, isn’t. Stephen King’s short nonfiction is a fleeting thing.
Nadia is in bad shape. She is definitely dying. Katherine vows not to leave her side - but she also refuses to call Klaus for the cure. That would mean outing herself - not a risk she was willing to take. Instead, she calls Wes, who takes a sample of the werewolf toxin and promises to create an antidote.
The game itself is a lot of fun, with a certain irreverence that a lot of the dead-serious shooters of the day are lacking.
When your press materials lead with a quote from Stephen King calling your book "old school horror at its best," you’d better be confident that the book in question does not fall short. "The Troop" does not fall short.
When we first learned about Afterlife with Archie, it sounded like high camp, a way for the squeaky-clean Riverdale gang to get its hands dirty with the latest pop culture trend.
One listen to the powerfully evil sounds from this Japanese cyber-metal trio and you'll know why Skinny Puppy tapped them to join their latest tour.
Despite all of the angry complaints about this "pointless" remake, despite how its distributor pretty much dumped the film into theaters, and despite how badly the new Oldboy did at the box office... it's a pretty good movie!
Elijah digs out the bone dagger from Klaus, then leaves him in the care of Cami because she is the only one he thinks Klaus would not immediately kill on sight.
The contestants must create anime alter-egos of themselves
A good religious teenager named Casey was snapping completely innocent selfies. A terrifying figure appears behind her in one of the photos - then kills her. The photo - with the monster in it - surfaced online two hours after her death.