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Guillermo Del Toro's 'The Strain' Episode 6

Finally I can honestly say that The Strain is now the program I wanted from the source material. The key characters act as they should as the situation worsens and people are finally reacting to the spread of the Strigoi virus. 381 more words

Horror

tv review - FX's The Strain, episode 1.6

‘Occultation’ was a crazy episode, or at least that’s what it told us. Characters kept saying people were going insane before and during the episode’s lunar eclipse, but sadly ‘Occultation’ never actually showed it to us. 602 more words

Reviews

Rooster Recap: "The Strain" Episode 6 - Occultation

So lately I’ve been doing this Reddit thing, talking with other people about stuff, mostly horror and The Strain, and the consensus around the block is about the same.  706 more words

Rooster Recap

'The Strain' recap: Thomas, put your face back on

Season 1 | Episode 6 | “Occultation” | Aired Aug 17, 2014

The people of New York are in for a rude awaking. While this episode starts with the FBI interrogating Eph as if he’s a murderer, it ends with them being gravely sorry they didn’t listen to him when he said there was a terrible infectious disease sweeping the city. 1,425 more words

tv review - FX's The Strain, episode 1.5

‘Runaways’ was a bit of a mixed bag: for every enjoyable moment there was a moment that didn’t quite work and distracted from the more interesting and thrilling goings-on. 532 more words

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St. Louis Comic Con: Matt Smith and Sean Astin

Good day my Nerdians,

I know this is a little late in coming, but there’s not much I can do about that now. I’m not going to go into many details, I just wanted to address this as it was a huge event for me and other local nerds. 501 more words

'The Strain' recap: And the Mother of the Year Award goes to ... not Joan

Season 1 | Episode 5 | “Runaways” | Aired Aug 10, 2014

“The strain” is finally spreading, and it looks like people are still choosing to make terrible life decisions—like not calling the cops or taking the fact that people have tentacles shooting from their throats seriously. 1,238 more words