If there is one thing missing from bookshelves and libraries, it is children's picture books about Satanic abuse.
03/26/2014 - 5:00pm
The contestants each select a strand of mutated DNA. After they choose, they find out what their mutation is (think X-Men) and work with a digital artist to make their sketches. Makeup artist Valli O’Reilly is the guest judge.
03/26/2014 - 11:00am
In Milton, Illinois, a guy is watching TV when his wife comes home from the grocery store. He hassles her distractedly about the fact that she is making meatloaf for dinner, and she responds by bludgeoning him to death with a candlestick.
03/25/2014 - 7:00pm
Emma wakes in bed at the motel with “cupcake boy.” She is embarrassed and slips out, then spends the rest of the episode ducking him. Outside, she finds Dylan passed out in his own vomit, in his truck.
03/25/2014 - 5:00pm
Wrapping up last week’s cliffhanger, Claire didn’t really die; the FBI just faked it to get her into witness protection and keep her safe. But she is sick of witness protection, upset by the resurgence of Joe and Lily’s new cult, and she misses Ryan.
03/25/2014 - 2:30pm
Tomorrow, Vertigo Comics will be releasing American Vampire volume six, a hardbound volume collecting eight stories set in the American Vampire universe. In addition to the comic pages, we also have exclusive, never-before-seen character and cover sketches by Rafael Albuquerque.
03/25/2014 - 11:00am
We don’t get much time to mourn Allison tonight because there is still the little problem of nogitsune-Stiles and his oni army to contend with.
03/25/2014 - 10:30am
All of us at FEARNET were deeply saddened when we learned of Dave Brockie's passing yesterday.
03/24/2014 - 11:00am
When Len swoops in and “claims” a bunny that he and Daryl shot at about the same time, Daryl learns a lesson about Joe’s rules: all you have to say is “claim” to lay claim to anything: food, bed, weapon, whatever; you steal, you get killed; and no lying.
03/23/2014 - 5:48pm
Beverly visits Will with more crime scene photos; this time of The Muralist, James Gray, in the mural. There were no signs of a struggle, and The Muralist would have worked alone, which means that the person who sewed him into his work had to understand him well enough to find his “studio” and have a feel for his artwork.