I remember the first horror-like thing I saw: Thriller. I was young, but MTV was on in our house practically 24-7. The first time I saw it, it scared me. The second time, I loved it.
When Richard Pine is stranded on an island after the cruise ship he was on sinks, to what lengths will he go to stay alive?
7 years ago, Tricia’s husband went missing. Now, she’s moved on, is pregnant, and her sister is back in town to help with the baby. And to help file the paperwork to receive the death certificate. That’s when Tricia starts seeing him again.
How good are self-published books really? Robert Cobbs proves the old adage, “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover,” in The Crew where the last thing a vampire wants is to be fired.
Simply, this is a post apocalyptic zombie movie with vampires instead of zombies. The vampires are portrayed as vicious beasts with no time for talking, who leave bodies mutilated and very much dead. There’s no romantic, two fang pin points on the neck, blood drained and the victim turned into a vampire themselves, type story line here.
Two attractive men drive around the country in a 1967 Chevy Impala hunting the paranormal. How the hell did I not start watching this series sooner?