When Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones was announced, it was as a "Latino-centric spinoff" of the series, hence the lack of a number in its title (an actual Paranormal Activity 5 wil
There is an embarrassment of horror riches on TV these days. In some ways, that makes it easier to choose ten best episodes, because you have a ton of options to choose from. In other ways, it makes it more difficult because there are so many options to choose from, and you have to sift through the bad to get to the good.
Sam and Dean show up to a massacre at a biker bar and discover Castiel there, posing as an FBI agent like the boys taught him. Despite the fact that he is wanted by every angel in existence, Cas still feels like it is his duty to help with this whole angel war
Jody Mills calls the boys up about four sudden disappearances in her otherwise quiet town in South Dakota. Witnesses reported seeing a bright blue flame at the time of the kidnappings. So the Winchesters roll into town and find that the only connection between the victims is that they were all members of the Good Faith Church.
A call from an old friend of Dean’s takes the Winchesters to upstate New York for a possible haunted house. The friend is Sonny, an ex-con who runs a farm for troubled boys. Unbeknownst to Sam, Dean spent two months here when he was 16.
Adam Mansbach may not seem like a likely candidate to write one of the best thriller/horror hybrids to come along this year, but he's done just that with his new novel.
Kevin has had a little bit of luck translating the angel tablet. He has managed to translate it into an obscure dead language but can’t find anyone to translate that language. This means study time, so when Castiel calls Dean with a potential case (four people disappear, presumed dead), he is only too eager to head out to Idaho and follow up.
Sam finds a case for them in nearby Enid, Oklahoma. A taxidermist appears to have been crushed to death. Every bone has been broken; every joint is dislocated. The show up to investigate and find “Die Scum” in red paint on the door. A strange symbol is etched into the paint, leading the Winchesters to suspect witchcraft.
Any hope that the remake of Carrie would overcome the odds and manage to convince me it had a creative reason to exist was erased literally the second the film began, as the first credit appeared
Charlie returns and the team works with Dorothy from Oz to defeat the wicked witch. Yup, for real.