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My Thoughts on True Blood Season 6 Episode 10

  Alrighty then! That didn’t turn out as I expected. I guess we will have to wait until next season for the human vs. vampire battle. I’m split on whether the previous episode would have been a better ending. You could make an argument that the first half of this episode made a fitting end. The second half was definitely the true beginning of season 7. So let me get into this split episode with my thoughts on episode 10, “Radioactive.”   It wasn’t surprising that this episode started off with one more reminder that Terry is dead. RIP man, RIP. The episode wasted little time getting my attention as Alcide found himself taking a walk with Sookie. There was something funny about their sudden reunion, which started last week, and we saw where that led later on.   They walked right into a vampire party. No one parties like some high vamps. Sookie finally found Jason, and his new partner. I was surprised that she took it so well. She just warned him, and let him be. I knew the


When a gang of masked, ax-wielding murderers descend upon the Davison family reunion, the hapless victims seem trapped... until an unlikely guest of the family proves to be the most talented killer of all. Starring: Sharni Vinson, Joe Swanberg, AJ Bowen, Nicholas Tucci, Wendy Glenn, Rob Moran, and Barbara Crampton Director: Adam Wingard Writer: Simon Barrett     "You're Next" is next in a growing line of home invasion themed horror movies. It starts off with the typical token death of some unimportant characters. They waste little time making use of the phrase 'You're Next,' as it’s written on a sliding glass window. The scene ends with the splattering of some pretty fake looking blood leading me to believe this was going to be a long movie.   From there the audience is introduced to the wealthy Davison family, as they begin to show up to their vacation house little by little. Apparently it has been a while since Paul (Rob Moran) a


  Seriously… 4 years already! Where has the time gone? Honestly, I can’t believe I’m still doing this. Don’t get me wrong I love it! However, when I started this four years ago, I would have never thought I would be able to keep up with it, but I love my horror movies.   So let me start by thanking all of you for the support. I know there are many of you that have been with me from the beginning, and that means a lot. I'm thankful to have formed so many great relationships with people from the blog, to Twitter , and Facebook . It has truly been a fun ride. For all the people who I’ve recently met, I appreciate the support, and thank you as well.   This has been a big year for HorrO’s House of Horror mostly thanks to . For those of you that remember, I introduced right here two years ago. That’s right, it’s also celebrating an anniversary today. The site has taken a lot of time to maintain, but it has also been a blast. If you hav

My Thoughts on True Blood Season 6 Episode 9

  Wow, last night’s episode could have been mistaken for the season finale. I’ve seen this happen many times, most recently with Game of Thrones. Sometimes when the second to last episode is that good it leads to a bad season finale because there isn’t anything interesting left to show. Hopefully that isn’t the case here, but I’m really curious as to what exactly is left to show. Before I get into next week, let me get to my thoughts on episode 9, Life Matters”   This was an absolutely fantastic, and intriguing episode. It was great how they showed two extremes, the sadness of burying a loved one, and a reminder how violet vampires can be. Of course I enjoyed the vampire part a whole lot, but it was sad to see how much Terry meant to everyone. Both extremes really showed, like the title of the episode, life matters.   The beginning of the episode started off with a bang, or more like a blast. That was pretty cool how Sookie blasted Bill right out of the graveyard. Befo


The television crew of the "Scary Antics" hidden camera show sets up a disturbed young man for a practical joke, but the joke is on them when heads roll. Starring: Norbert Velez, Aniela McGuinness, Todd Bruno, Gema Calero, Giordan  Diaz, Tom Stedham, Daniela Larez, Reggie Peters, Dennis Spain, Mario Nalini,  Massiel Checo and Brandi Rudicil Directed by: Lou Simon Written by: Lou Simon   There are several things to like about “HazMat” starting with the story. Having the tables turn on a film crew who is suppose to be doing the scaring makes for a good story. As the audience sees in the opening scene, “Scary Antics” is usually the one playing the joke on an unsuspecting victim. It isn’t so funny when the joke is on them.   The crew sets up for what appears to be another great scare in a chemical plant. The plant turns out to be a great place to have a bunch of people slaughtered, as it’s dark, quiet, and almost impossible to escape if you don’t know

My Thoughts on True Blood Season 6 Episode 8

  That was the best episode of True Blood yet! No way that sucked! Are you kidding me? NO, it sucked! And I guess you think Eric is going to save the day too? Of course he is. No way! Bill is going to save the vampires! Please! And Sookie is going to make a hot vampire! She’s not going to be a vampire. I bet she will be. Will not! Enough with the arguing! I have to get on with my thoughts on episode 7, “Dead Meat.”   Yes, arguing seemed like the theme of the night. To start off, Bill walked in on Nora’s death, and Eric wasn’t too pleased about it. Like I said last week, it took a lot for him to seek help from Bill, so it’s not surprising how pissed he was when Nora died. I loved Eric’s reaction when Bill had him flying in the air. Classic Eric right there. Bill should have known that wasn’t going to be the end of Eric.   We then move from two vamps arguing to two wolves arguing. I knew Rikki wanted to be the first female packmaster. She might be nuts, but she’s not dumb.