Yesterday we got a teaser clip from the new season of American Horror Story that haunted our nightmares. RELATED | Everything We Know About AHS: Hotel So Far In a series of tweets today, Murphy has begun teasing fans of his anthology series as we await the Oct. Show More Summary
Tickets for North American screenings of the two-part, live action Attack on Titan movie went on sale yesterday, and now we've got a trailer for part two that somehow manages to be even more unsettling than what we've seen so far—and we're so in.
From the man whose messed-up brain gave you Twisty the Clown and Infantata comes your next new nightmare: a bunch of creepy children Said kids appear briefly in the first of three fresh teasers for American Horror Story: Hotel, which...Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy sure does know when we need a pick-me-up, even if it's the creepiest pick-me-up ever. The American Horror Story creator dropped three new Hotel promos on Twitter...
It was every parent’s worst nightmare. A 14-year-old boy, armed with a gun, walked into a classroom at his school and threatened to shoot anyone who called for help. Related: Virginia shooting victim’s father says he will need to buy gun to defend himself A three-hour standoff ensued at the...
It's scary how much information we're getting about American Horror Story: Hotel this week. (See what I did there?) The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly features a ton of pictures of the new season, plus they revealed more information than ever about the plot. Show More Summary
It's hard to imagine any American company being as free with their kid-focused character as Sanrio is with Hello Kitty. A normal marketing person might just say, "Hey, wait a minute. A cute anth...
Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. In need of a little nightmare fuel? Lucky for you, American Horror Story: Hotel has just released two new promo spots, and dear Lord above, are they ever creepy!! Like, "OMG, I know Lady Gaga is in thisShow More Summary
EW has posted two new teasers for FX's American Horror Story: Hotel, which is set to premiere October 7. They're short, but don't worry — the promising clips both bear the baleful, surreal trademarks of a franchise that has come to reign supreme in terms of sheer creepiness and oddity... More »
It's almost time to check in to American Horror Story: Hotel. On Friday, Entertainment Weekly released two exclusive 16-second teasers for the upcoming season, which premieres Oct. 7 on FX. The fifth installment of Ryan Murphy's horror series is set in a hotel in Los Angeles. This season will have the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com American Horror Story: Hotel
Post by Tanvier Peart. Buying a home is often considered the American Dream, but it can quickly turn into a nightmare if you go against the grain. This is the reality for one Missouri family that has been threatened with additional fines and jail because of a purple playset. Show More Summary
After extensive work by AGWA?s conservation team, Brett Whiteley?s iconic painting The American dream 1968-1969 is back in all its fractured splendour to feature in a two-part Collection display American dream, American nightmare. Robert...Show More Summary
The United States is responsible for countless atrocities in the endless wars it wages but ordinary Americans do not seem to notice them or care about millions of civilians who died as a result of Washington's military interventions...
On August 29 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans and then a nightmare unfolded. The most disadvantaged populations suffered the worst harm from the disaster. Many African American and poor individuals were unable to evacuate. Black neighborhoods were the most severely damaged. Show More Summary
American horror movies might forever be cyclical. Nothing ever really dies (as a sub-genre or recurring character), and new layers are just added on every year. Since Night of the Living Dead, zombies […]
On Wes Craven’s commentary track for the Scream! Factory Blu-ray of his horror film The People Under The Stairs, the writer-director says the movie was inspired in part by a dream he had one night, and in part by a news item he read about a seemingly respectable family who’d kept their children locked up for their entire lives. Show More Summary
Americans are driving like crazy this summer. And while this is good news for carmakers, highway rest stops, and vacation destinations, it has turned out to be very bad news for the insurance giant Allstate. In its second-quarter earnings...Show More Summary
By blocking climate-change legislation, the U.S. power and fossil fuel industries have driven the Obama administration to impose high-cost, inconsistent regulation that will cost them -- and all Americans -- dearly in the end. National cap-and-trade remains the best alternative, says Eric Bettelheim of Floresta Holdings. Show More Summary
My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over. Unless you're not a Channing Tatum fan, in that case, it's just getting started. For the last couple of years Tatum has been pushing hard to make a Gambit movie happen, with himself in the role of the cajun mutant. Show More Summary
I'm relieved that the nightmare of Jonathan Pollard's imprisonment is about to be over. Not because I feel any sympathy whatsoever for the convicted spy who will be paroled in November after spending 30 years in prison. No, what relieves me is that, once he's freed, we'll be spared the spectacle...