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The Strain Season One Review

“Love, you see, is the one force that cannot be explained, cannot be broken down into a chemical process. It is the beacon that guides us back home when no one is there, an the light that illuminates our loss.

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What the Eph?

Hey look, Ma! A blog that doesn’t revolve around loneliness and vibrators! Oh don’t worry. That’s still on tap.

Let’s discuss “The Strain”:

The three book series by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan was –if not THE scariest—certainly ‘up there’ in terms of scare factor—stories I have ever read. 942 more words

TV Review: The Strain S1E13 The Master

The Strain wrapped up its first season tonight, returning in 2015 to continue the battle against The Master and his vampire minion. In this episode Eph and Fet recon for an all-out assault that Setrakian assures them will finally kill the Master. 217 more words


'The Strain' season finale leaves unfinished business for season 2

Season 1 | Episode 13 | “The Master” | Aired Oct 5, 2014

It’s hard to believe that only a week has passed on The Strain… 1,133 more words

The Strain in One Bite!

The Strain airs Sundays on FX at 10p est. It’s created by Guillermo del Toro & Chuck Hogan who are also the creators of “The Strain” trilogy of novels. 227 more words

Bite Sized TV

The Strain - a comedy?

What network wouldn’t want to pick up a series from Guillermo del Toro? He is a notorious director, writer and producer of great horror films. In 2006, del Toro pitched the Strain, but Fox wanted to make it a comedy series. 282 more words


Author Blurbs - Serpents in the Cold

“Like Sara Gran’s Dope, Serpents in the Cold lovingly revisits the hardboiled noir. From the dives of Dorchester to the Locke-Ober Café, John Garfield and Richard Widmark would feel right at home in O’Malley and Purdy’s bygone, fallen Boston.”—Stewart O’Nan, author of West of Sunset… 202 more words