Plot: Following the U.S. presidential election in 2016, the residents of a small town are left divided. Some people are left distraught that Donald Trump is the new President and others are thrilled. 364 more words
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Cheyenne Jackson, one of the few but growing number of out gay actors in Hollywood, listed his modestly sized home near the top of L.A.’s Nichols Canyon with an asking price of $2.088 million. 343 more words
Hello Again, and Ronde and Ronde We Go.
Arriving into selected movie theaters nationwide, Hello Again, a movie musical casually based on the 1897 French play, … 1,839 more words
SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains plots details up until Season 7, episode 8 of “American Horror Story.”
Another one bites the dust.
Dr. Rudy Vincent, played by “American Horror Story” vet Cheyenne Jackson, met his end at the hands of his own brother, Kai (Evan Peters) in this week’s… 1,030 more words
Initially I had mixed thoughts when the theme Cult was revealed, especially seeing as it appeared to be based on current US political events . However, with each episode I have felt relieved that the writers haven’t forced too much of the divide between Trump supporters and those against in our faces (nice to watch a non-politically motivated show) – rather the tension provides a basis for this seasons story *phew!* 325 more words
The second episode of American Horror Story: Cult keeps it moving with “Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark”, which basically screams out that you should be afraid of the dark. 1,831 more words