Alicia and Jake are feeling the strain of trying to keep order on the ranch. Jake is still weak from the anthrax. He questions Alicia’s motives for being with him. She has genuine feelings for him and tells him to go to Hell for suggesting
Walker drives the tanker, trusting Maddie’s faith in Victor. After hours of driving, the tanker is stopped by a herd of walkers. Strand impresses by throwing a beeping key fob out the window. The herd follows the new sound, clearing a path for the truck.
After such an explosive start to the first half of season 3, Episodes 9 and 10 allow us to learn more about the stories behind our survivors. Nick and Alicia learned the unpleasant end to Maddie’s drunken, abusive stepfather. Easy-peasy, a bullet to the brain
After the attempt on his life by Jim Blackwell, Norman decides to stop by the prison to taunt Alex and let him know that he never felt better. Alex assures Norman it’s just a matter of time before he gets what’s coming. I’d like to
Back at the motel, Norman scans the registry book, searching for Jim Blackwell. He’s not registered. Norman looks through the wallet and finds a receipt. The date matches the date of one of his recent blackouts. Surprise, surprise.
Before the start of the 5th and final season of Bates Motel, let’s review the fantastically dramatic Season 4 finale. It was worthy of “finale” status and gives us a Bates fix to hold us over until February 20th. Although I knew Norma’s death was
And now we come to the reason why so far, for me, AHS season 6 has been more disturbing and at times, harder to watch than “Asylum”.
They mystery of the chilling events at the house grows darker and more dangerous on American Horror Story: Roanoke