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Stars: Jessica Lange, Chloe Sevigny, Joseph Fiennes, James Cromwell, Evan Peters, Adam Levine, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Zachary Quinto, Clea DuVall, Sarah Paulson | Written by Tim Minear | Directed by Bradley Buecker
How could I not love a show like American Horror Story?
Think about it. It’s a season long anthology built around the conceit that 13 episodes equal one story. I like the first season story revolving around the Harmon family moving into a house that has a history longer than time. It’s just so that said history is a broken bloody one that took the lives of the family and spawned a whole hell of a lot of evil. It was an everything but the kitchen sink kind of storytelling and while it was gripping, it was absolutely clear from the get-go that topping the heights and lows of season one would be a tall order. »
- Nathan Smith
Everyone loves a bad boy. The snarling mustache twirlers get all of the fame and fortune -- the No. 1 spot on movie-geek lists, the Halloween costumes, the cool quotes -- and none of them have to worry about being called a witch.
But here at NextMovie, we're all about the bad girls. We love a lady who isn't afraid to embrace her nasty side in order to get what she wants.
In honor of "Savages" and Salma Hayek's role as a brutal drug cartel leader, we've gathered up the coolest and cruelest women to grace the silver screen. We're a little worried about ranking them, because if there's one thing we know about these vicious villainesses, it's that they don't like competition. But we did. Now, you read. We'll run.
Mystique's level of menace shifts with every new "X-Men" installment. »
- Elisabeth Rappe
For the past eight years, Emmy voters have made one thing abundantly clear: they love Mariska Hargitay. With eight consecutive nominations and counting for the "Law & Order: Svu" star, Hargitay is now tied for second place in the battle for the most career Emmy bids for Best Drama Actress. Both Michael Learned ("The Waltons" and "Nurse") and Sharon Gless ("Cagney & Lacey" and "The Trials of Rosie O'Neill") share in Hargitay's wealth of eight bids apiece. So who could possibly have more Emmy nods? Cue the "Murder, She Wrote" theme song. That's right, Angela Lansbury leads with an astounding 12 Emmy nominations in this category. Lansbury played TV's favorite author/crime-fighter Jessica Fletcher on the long-running CBS drama throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Sure, her Emmy honor is slightly diminished when factoring in that she was never able to actually win any of her bids, bu »
3 items from 2012
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