Did you already finish binge-watching season one of All American? Here are six other great shows you can watch while you wait for season two.
All American is, unarguably, one of the best new shows to air on The CW in the past couple of years. It stands out for another reason on the network. It isn’t a reboot, a spin-off, or a sequel of any kind. All American is an original new series from mastermind Greg Berlanti.
Spencer James is your average high school teenager, except he has a gift. Spencer is an excellent football player at South Crenshaw High. A coach from Beverly Hills, Billy Baker, takes a liking to Spencer and recruits him for his team. Spencer’s best friends and his mother encouraged him to take the opportunity. He’ll have far more chances to succeed in a place like Beverly than he will in Crenshaw.
With more than 60% of the world’s population living in Asia, it’s a cultural Mecca well worth visiting for anyone who wants to find themselves immersed in a world beyond their own. If you’ve grown up in North America your entire life, then going to Asia will introduce you to a new way of life.
You’ll witness sights beyond anything you can imagine. It’s a beautiful continent: so many different countries, lifestyles, and tropical paradises across all kinds of terrain. Due to the sheer size, it would be impossible to list every place that is worth visiting, but we’ve narrowed it down to ten of the prettiest destinations in Asia.
If you’ve spent any significant amount of time playing Horizon Zero Dawn, then you will be familiar with the various types of outfits and armor you can get in the game. They’re very important, if not equally as important, as the weapons.
It’s hard to fight against a group of machines with a weapon when your body isn’t being protected from the stray attacks. The great thing about the armor in the game is there are different varieties depending on what you’re fighting against, the conditions, and if you prefer melee attacks or stealth. We’re taking a look at the ten best outfits in the game.
The upcoming sequel series to Penny Dreadful, titled City of Angels, has officially begun filming the first season! We’ve got a first-look photo for you!
News surrounding the upcoming Penny Dreadful spin-off has been trickling in slowly over the past couple of months. Showtime has chosen a cast stuffed with talent from Nathan Lane to Natalie Dormer to Piper Perabo and more.
Fans have been eagerly waiting for news on when, exactly, the series will finally premiere on the network. Unfortunately, we still don’t know the debut date, but Showtime has finally announced the series is filming!
Legacies is set to return soon and apparently, there is a new sheriff in town according to recent casting news. So what happened to Matt Donovan?
When Legacies was first being teased on The CW, Matt Donovan returning as the Mystic Falls sheriff was a pretty big deal. Fans of The Vampire Diaries were hoping to see as many connections to the parent series as possible. Many looked forward to seeing Matt pop up throughout the season.
Sadly for Matt fans, Zach Roerig only appeared in two episodes of the show. He had little to do and didn’t appear to have a story arc. That said, the door appeared open for him to return in the future when Roerig’s schedule allowed.
At least, until now. TVLine reports a new sheriff has been cast. Bianca Kajlich (Bosch) has been cast as Sheriff Mac. The article reports she has a troubled past but “she’s willing to open herself up to a new romance when the opportunity arises.”
Grand Hotel actress Justina Adorno, who plays Yoli on the ABC series, has joined the cast of Roswell, New Mexico for a recurring role in season two!
You may recognize Justina Adorno as the fan-favorite character Yoli on ABC’s current hot summer drama, Grand Hotel. Now she’s leaping into the world of extraterrestrials with a recurring role on the upcoming second season of CW series, Roswell, New Mexico.
Entertainment Weekly reports that Adorno’s Roswell character, named Steph, is a “witty, sharp-tongued, well-educated young woman, who isn’t afraid to express her opinions — even though they tend toward controversial in some circles. Steph never apologizes for being her entire self.”
It’s officially back-to-school season! Here are some great options to watch on family weekends in September 2019 on Amazon Video.
Even though the kids might be back in school, you still have to consider what to keep them occupied on the weekends! Plus, Labor Day weekend is right around the corner. Now is a great time to check out what offerings Amazon has to host a family movie night in September!
From new arrivals such as Disney’s Aladdin and Men in Black: International to old classics like Mousehunt and Rango, there’s something here for everyone in the family!
First published in 1959, Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House has been hailed as a perfect work of unnerving terror. It is the story of four seekers who arrive at a notoriously unfriendly pile called Hill House: Dr. Montague, an occult scholar looking for solid evidence of a "haunting."
Theodora, the lighthearted assistant; Eleanor, a friendless, fragile young woman well acquainted with poltergeists; and Luke, the future heir of Hill House. At first, their stay seems destined to be merely a spooky encounter with inexplicable phenomena. But Hill House is gathering its powers—and soon it will choose one of them to make its own.
For starters, I decided I’m going to do book reviews a little differently. If it’s a book I’m just reading of my own accord, it’ll be more informal. If it’s a book I’m reading for a publisher I’ll keep to my traditional way of doing things!
Anyways, I just finished The Haunting of Hill House, and first of all, SHIRLEY JACKSON WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE?
How could I have gone so long without reading a Jackson novel? I feel ashamed. I’m obsessed. I’m in love. I have never felt such dread while reading a book before.
I also had to read The Lottery once I started to learn more about her, and read the terrific book introduction (Penguins Classic version FTW). Well, obviously, one of my new favorite short stories ever.
Jackson knows how to write a persistent ache of tension and suspense perhaps better than any modern horror writer. I’ve read quite a bit of horror and many thrillers, but despite the fact, Hill House has no “ghosts,” it made me more uneasy than anything I’ve read previously.
The first thing I did after finishing the book was to spend time online reading analytical essays. I love that this novel is so open-ended. There is so much to unpack. I felt I could relate to Eleanor’s sense of isolation; perhaps that is one reason I was so unnerved. I couldn’t help but wonder what Hill House would do to me, had I stayed.
Reading the book also made me appreciate the Netflix series much more. Despite their differences, Flanagan indeed did a magnificent job of conveying the sense of palpable fear the house drums up.
Sure the series was more flashy and had actual entities, but it felt sincere to the story. Especially the addition of the red room, which makes perfect sense why it fits so well once you’ve read the book.
Anyway, I feel like I could go on forever and should say something amazing and in-depth but I’m coming up blank at the moment. I think I will revisit the dark corners of Hill House soon and form more coherent thoughts about it.
The full-length trailer for American Horror Story’s upcoming ninth season has finally arrived. Get a taste of the new cast of characters in AHS: 1984!
American Horror Story is the long-running horror anthology series that airs on FX and is created by Ryan Murphy. The show has covered everything from witches to asylums to freakshows and everything in between.
The upcoming ninth season will focus on the golden age of slashers with a season titled 1984. We’ll follow a group of counselors as they settle into Camp Redwood, only to discover the ominous Mr. Jingles escaped a nearby sanitorium. Given what we see in the trailer, it appears he has a penchant for slitting throats!
The ninth season of American Horror Story is right around the corner. Get in the mood for 1984 with 5 summer camp slasher movies you can’t miss!
Season nine of American Horror Story, titled 1984, will focus on a horrific massacre at Camp Redwood. The official trailer was just released yesterday, and we got our first taste of the plot, plus an introduction to the characters.
It looks like our slasher is going to be “Mr. Jingles” (are we sure he’s not from Riverdale?). The full-length trailer gave us plenty to get excited about, and luckily, we don’t have too much longer to wait.
The season will premiere on September 18. That leaves you just in enough time to wind down the summer with five summer camp slasher flicks!