Here’s a first look at what’s coming our way with season 3 of Hannibal. The video is semi-spoilery so beware!
Back in 2003, when one of the many Texas Chainsaw Massacre do-overs was coming out, I was working as a local newspaper reporter and figured, what the hell, let's see the veracity of this "based on a true story" stuff. I was surprised to find out how much stranger than fiction the truth actually was.
Two 12-year-old girls from Waukesha, Wisconsin are facing attempted murder charges following a brutal attack on one of their classmates. An attack they say was inspired by their devotion to internet horror myth Slender Man.
Okay, so it sort of is - Dorset Police are hoping the Box's association with Doctor Who might pull in a few Whovian tourists - but today's unveiling of an actual Police Call Box wasn't to drum up excitement for Series 8, but to help cut crime in the area.
I am ecstatic right now. Damn near in shock. I have just experienced the thrill of reading what I am going to hold as one of the best crime novels I have ever read. In other words;
James Alan Hydrick first rose to fame in the early 1980s, via this appearance on the popular TV show "That's Incredible!" in which he demonstrated various purportedly telekinetic feats.
N.B. that he was using the pseudonym "Sum Chai" at this time:
The Associated PressFILE-This 1985 file photo shows Richard Ramirez, center, know as the Night Stalker shows a pentagram on the palm of his hand in court. California corrections officials say convicted serial killer Ramirez, known as the Night Stalker, has died in prison. San Quentin State Prison spokesman Lt. Sam…
Because holy fuck is it great. Starring Rory "The Last Centurion/the Roman" Williams and the 10th Doctor, along with one of Prisoner Zero's guises from "The Eleventh Hour", written by the guy who did Pond Life and Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, as well as some Torchwood-episodes and two Life on Mars, just in case you…
Easter is "crime time" here in Norway, and I need compulsive "oh-my-god-what-happens-next"-mysteries to watch. I'm already reading The Bone Collector (SO GOOD), but I'm struggling on the tv/movie-front.