There’s a whole lot of great stuff hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week with some of the summer’s biggest bombs and disappointments alongside some great classic movies and cult hits. If you skipped After Earth, now’s the time to catch up.
Disney has released the first photo of Meryl Streep as the The Witch in Rob Marshall's film adaptation of Into The Woods. Streep is completely transformed (as seen above) in witchy attire and beyond messy hair. Also, a trailer for Foxcatcher, starring a very serious and overweight Steve Carell has hit the web. We also have updates on Tarzan,...
One of the most anticipated shows of the fall season is American Horror Story: Coven, which stars Jessica Lange, Angela Bassett, and Kathy Bates as a trio of intimidating and, from the looks of it, fashionable witches. FX released a new teaser trailer for the series' upcoming season, and it's all we hoped for: super eerie yo! Check the video out below. Also, Sony Picture Classics...
After a season of more questions than answers, American Horror Story tried to wrap its divergent stories in one neat bow. With the finale, "Madness Ends," we discovered the fate of Briarcliff's former residents.
American Horror Story has one episode left and there's no telling how it all ends. Last night, "Continuum" took us two years into the future to 1969, when the horrors of Briarcliff are done for some (Lana), but getting worse for others (Sister Jude).
With just two episodes left, last night's American Horror Story tied up some of its biggest storylines. Season one alum Dylan McDermott returned as Oliver and Lana's baby boy, who has some serious mommy issues. Like father, like son?
Did we tune into the wrong Ryan Murphy production? This week, American Horror Story went pop (no, really) as it tied up some loose ends from the winter finale. What was better than the musical number? The return of the Angel of Death, who took two more Briarcliff residents away.
This week, American Horror Story got into the Christmas spirit. Their holiday-themed episode "Unholy Night," came complete with a certifiably insane Santa (played by guest star Ian McShane). It was a real treat if you don't mind the delayed gratification of central plot lines.
Wednesday's American Horror Story struck a necessary balance. It was an episode that consisted of both drama and screams. The Angel of Death paid visits to several characters this week -- some of which ended with a kiss.
American Horror Story held off on scares this week for an episode delving into the psychology of the evil. In "Origins of Monstrosity" Bloody Face's mommy issues and Dr. Arden's true past are revealed.
If last week's American Horror Story meandered on characters and stalled the season arc, this week's is a turnaround. In "I Am Anne Frank (Part 2)," AHS: Asylum revealed one of its biggest mysteries: The identity of Bloody Face.
Forget the aliens, the lovers and even Bloody Face himself, this week's American Horror Story was all about emotions. The episode showed characters struggle with their "afflictions," and be honest with each other as they decipher reality from fantasy.
Despite a fortuitous Halloween air date, American Horror Story resisted the urge to go Halloween-y. Instead, the episode saw Sister Jude struggle with psychological torture courtesy of Sister Mary Eunice. Plus, we witnessed another escape attempt from Briarcliff's not-so-insane residents.
American Horror Story is living up to its reputation. So far, the second season Asylum, is genuinely terrifying. The Halloween-appropriate "Tricks and Treats" took viewers deeper into the underbelly of Briarcliff, where the scares ranged from psychological to supernatural.
After months of hype, American Horror Story has premiered its second season, subtitled Asylum. Since AHS is an anthology, they've completely reset the scene - and what a disturbing scene it is. So without further ado, "Welcome to Briarcliff."
If you enjoyed our September TV schedule, you're going to love October's. The networks are rolling out the big dogs with some major returns. The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries and more are coming home to roost. There are also a slew of new shows eager to catch your attention. Below, we've mapped out their premiere dates, along with a few...
So the summer’s biggest film hits DVD and Blu-ray this week, as does the Blu-ray collection of all the James Bond films. September is going to be an expensive month if you’re a collector, and this week’s going to hurt your wallet.
Ryan Murphy's hit show American Horror Story may be in its first couple episodes, but F/X has enough confidence in it to give it a second season. That's a bold move for F/X - though the show order for it is 13 episodes per season, which is much smaller than network television's usual 22 episodes. Horror Story, which...