File this under YAAAASSS: The computer game series Myst is getting a TV show and a new game for tablets along with it.
Cyan, Inc., the company that produced the Myst game series, is teaming up with Legendary to produce the show. For reference, Legendary is partnered with Warner Brothers and is the production house behind movies like “300,” “The Watchmen,” “Inception,” “Sucker Punch” — you get the idea. Visually fantastic films. They have a TV division that’s been largely inactive other than acquiring other TV production houses, but now they’re developing Myst, and that makes me very, very happy. Keep reading »
I don’t know about you people, but I can’t wait for tonight’s season premiere of “American Horror Story: Freak Show.” Fresh off the heels of “AHS: Coven,” the folks at FX are bringing back one of the creepiest shows on TV, this time taking place under the big top at one very eerie, sure-to-be-scary freak show.
To celebrate the premiere, tons of artists from the DeviantArt community have created alternate official show posters. Some beautifully haunting and others dark and mysterious, check out some of our favorite fan art pieces to get you pumped for “Freak Show,” airing tonight on FX from 10-11:30 p.m. ET. Will you be watching?
Poor Mellie Grant. This season on “Scandal,” the spitfire First Lady is deep in mourning, losing her shit over the death of her son during last season’s finale. Sad Mental Mellie is in a bathrobe all the time, can’t stop eating greasy fried chicken and potato chips, and has no fucks to give about Fitz’s stupid political standing. She also makes for the world’s easiest, comfiest Halloween costume inspiration — and best off all, it comes with snacks! Keep reading »
I’m never going to the circus again.
In an attempt to tease fans and give grown adults bed-wetting nightmares before the season premiere, “American Horror Story: Freakshow” has released their opening credits. Chock full of paralyzing clowns, eerie noises and murderous-looking dolls, I’d expect nothing less from the twisted folks over at FX. We’ve already caught a glimpse at some of the show’s characters in the first official trailer, but the credits give us a sneak peek inside the big top tent. Check out the main titles and someone please tell me what’s up with the weird person at the :42 mark who has an entire leg as a penis. K thanks.
More than occasionally stalk an ex’s Facebook profile? Ever find yourself driving past the house of “the one who got away”? Believe me, you will stop this love zombie nonsense after watching the new CBS crime drama series, “Stalker,” which premieres tonight. Here are three reasons why you should watch. Keep reading »
Consider the Kardashian sisters. Strip away your groans, the millions, the lavish mansions, the exotic vacations, the Kanye. What do you have? Five insanely close sisters, going through life together. The Kardashians (well, the Kardashian-Jenners) get a ton of flack for being spoiled, obnoxious, and outrageous. But, I actually have always felt a kinship with them — the three oldest sisters, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe, in particular.
Early on in the first season of their long-running reality show, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” my sister and I realized that we’re not so different from them — not when it comes to the designer clothes, 72-day marriages, and jet-setting lifestyles — but when it comes to their interactions with each other. They’re crazy close, and so are we. And as my sister and I have loyally watched the Klan over the past seven years, we’ve seen a lot of our relationship reflected in the relationships they have with each other.
I’d venture to say my sister and I aren’t the only ones who have felt this way: the Kardashian sisters are an example of modern sisterhood at its core: Keep reading »