As we sit in summer of 2016, we know next to nothing. Here are currently the only confirmed facts I have been able to gather about the upcoming season of “American Horror Story.”
Looking back, I know I was not alone in that room. But what was there, I will never know.
She will drive you insane if you open your eyes while in the pool.
My wife and I are interested in the paranormal. We never really had “close contact” with spirits or anything, but we knew we wanted to. This was why we booked a two-night stay at the Stanley Hotel.
That’s how we ended up with our Westie boarded at a kennel, two overnight bags, and a keycard to room 240 at the Hotel Alexandria.
Ever had a frightening hotel experience? Or do you just have an overactive imagination and a dream to scare others with your writing?
We’re looking to publish your scary stories about hotels.
Musical montage to open things up, who would have guessed it? Seriously though has any show ever overused something as much as SOA has overused the musical montage.
For three seasons we’ve laughed and cringed while watching the story of a man and a dog. As any fan of Wilfred knows, this isn’t your typical dog and this definitely isn’t your typical story
When you go to a place like Fargo, you’re inevitably gonna expect a bit of a culture shock. But the culture shock in Fargo isn’t so much a shock as it is a refreshing reminder of human decency.
An original adaptation of the film that made “don’tcha know” a trending phrase for years, the show is a 10-episode limited series with all-new characters and an all-new “true crime” story.