3 items from 2009
Even the title sequence tells you this is Sarah's story.
We open on Robert, shirtless, in bed with Kitty, who’s fully dressed, since they’re playing Scrabble. Nope, that’s not a euphemism. I’m sad to report that the tanned senator is in the beginning stages of what my aunt calls “old man chest” where it all starts to slide down a bit.
Dear Rob, please keep your shirt on, and I’ll keep imagining you have the body you did in St. Elmo’s Fire. Which was also before makeup gave you the open heart surgery scar because that's not exactly hot either.
Ask Mariah, Rob - you don't let them shoot from just any angle.
After Kitty spells “tumor” with Robert’s letters, they fight over him continuing his campaign as opposed to being her “chemo buddy” which sounds like something you could get arrested for. »
It's a poopy one. The diaper, not the episode!
Ok, so we open on an anatomy lesson between Justin and Rebecca, and I’m starting to think this is going to be a running gag on the show, him using her as his personal med school anatomy doll. I’m fine with the bones, but when we get to the internal organs, can we just not have a visual on that?
And I’m actually Ok with them constantly pawing at each other – they are the young ones on the show, and that’s what I’d expect. I find it totally in character.
Speaking of in character, that’s what the show was tonight, and I’ll be giving credit where credit is due – this felt more like the Brothers & Sisters I fell in love with, because the dynamic is shifting back to the family, and the relationships between the family members, »
Hitting bookstores across the country on June 2nd, is the first book in a horrifying trilogy co-authored by horror-meister Guillermo del Toro and thriller/mystery award-winner Chuck Hogan. The Strain is but an introduction to some of the most horrific vampires to be seen or read about in Quite some time (apologies to those folks who enjoy the romantic vampire novels – not my thing). Just imagine what horrors del Toro could come up with, multiply that by 100 and you Might be close, And add into that all the facts and reality that only a thriller writer could come up with and you have what might be The horror novel of the summer.
Dread Central spoke with The Strain co-author Chuck Hogan to find out how this project started, what it was like to work with del Toro and what fans of The Strain (review here) Might have in store for »
3 items from 2009
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