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The Strain

Okay, so this one is also a little out of my usual wheelhouse, but it was good. I got the idea to read this from following Wil Wheaton on Twitter. 523 more words

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The Hunt For The Master Continues In The Official Season 2 Trailer For 'The Strain'

The first trailer for the second season of FX’s The Strain just premiered and it looks like everything has pretty much gone to sh*t in New York. 114 more words

TV

Season 1 of The Strain Drops on Special Edition Blu-ray this June

The only drawback to getting rid of cable TV in my house has been missing some shows that don’t immediately come on either Hulu or Netflix. 480 more words

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20th Century Fox Home Entertainment To Release A Limited Blu-Ray Collector's Edition For "The Strain: Season One"

If you haven’t seen season one of the FX hit TV series, “The Strain” yet, then this is your lucky day.  Not only is the show extremely good and worth a good binge watch but 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is going to entice you with an uber cool collectors edition that brings fans the entire first season, packed with skin-crawling extras.   168 more words

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Monster Mash : Guillermo del Toro, Chuck Hogan, David Lapham -"The Strain"

“They have always been here.

VAMPIRES.

In secret and in darkness.

WAITING.

Now their time has come.

In one week, Manhattan will be gone.

In one month, the country. 164 more words

Fantasy/ Sci-Fi

Sky Atlantic takes The Strain in Germany

Sky Atlantic in Germany will launch US horror The Strain next month.

The 13-part series, distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution, tells the story of Dr Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. 92 more words

Acquisition

The Strain Trilogy by Guillermo Del Toro

Co-author: Chuck Hogan

Yes, it is a new year, so why not start it off with a bang. So there a triple review.
Guillermo Del Toro is known for his handiwork in films such as Hellboy I & II, Blade II and the ever-talked about Pan’s Labyrinth (which I must admit that I have not seen). 882 more words

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