In this episode directed by Sarah Paulson, Madison and Behold head back to the Murder House for answers about Michael Langdon. Jessica Lange returns.
In this post-World War II sexy and thrilling drama, the wife of a British Colonel finds herself falling for the German man whose house she occupies during the reconstruction.
This film is filled to the brim with both beautiful and heartbreaking moments, but THAT scene in particular needs to be talked about.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are a musical match made in Heaven, but that’s far from the only thing that makes this movie incredible.
You might get a little dizzy watching this, in the best way possible.
With Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat at the helm, this series is sure to be everything Dracula should be: scary, sexy, and a little mind-bending.
“Apples and pears, I’m the Doctor!”
The town anxiously awaits the verdict of Archie’s trial. Veronica confronts her father while Betty gets caught in a lie. Jughead discovers something evil in the woods.
Michael Langdon becomes the first man to take the Test of the Seven Wonders. Cordelia has a horrific vision. Two witches return.
Jodie Whittaker is already shining in her performance as The Doctor, but she isn’t the only thing that made this episode so memorable.
Three years before the bomb, Michael Langdon proves that he is more powerful than any warlock or witch, even Cordelia, the Supreme, when he pays a visit to the Hotel Cortez.
Langdon decides who will go to the Sanctuary while Venable and Mead plot to murder the guests. Three witches visit the Outpost.
Residents of Outpost 3 are about to be tested by the representative of the Cooperative…who happens to be the son of Tate Langdon and Vivien Harmon.
Captain Marvel is the first female superhero to lead her own movie in the MCU…and it’s about damn time!
It’s hard to believe this is the same woman that played Queen Elizabeth II!
The trailer alone is enough to make you look over your shoulder.
In a world of Disney remakes, some excellent, some sub-par, this sequel seems to be exactly what the doctor ordered. Well, that, and a spoonful of sugar!
Ready to meet the Anti-Christ?
They kept saying the killer could never be a woman. They were right. It was two.
‘Falling’ finally reveals the killer in Wind Gap. But it may not be the killer we thought.