Even if last night’s American Horror Story wasn’t the scariest this season, it was definitely the most disturbing. It doubled down on everything we saw last week and gave us some unsettling imagery that will definitely stick with you. As we begin, Dominic is not handling real life horror well. Even though he just saw Agnes get hacked to death by the real butcher, he still wants to believe this is all part of the show, calling for Sydney to stop it. Shelby leads him to the basement and into the tunnel to escape. Their path is blocked by a ghostly figure. Dominic freaks, but Shelby says if it’s Mott, he could actually help. Well, it’s not Mott. It’s the Chen family, who after their murder, look and act a lot like Sadako from Ring.
The overall experience of watching Marvel’s Doctor Strange is like looking at a black light poster on uppers: It’s visually lovely, and you’re having a good time, but there’s also a small nagging sense that somebody might have brought the wrong drugs to the party.
You might think it’s just you all alone in your home sometimes, but in reality, you’ve got a plethora of guests living there with you. There’s over 600, to be exact. Some of them you may never even see. But they’re there with you just the same.
Early last year, before GameTrailers went completely defunct, former Editor-in-Chief Shane Satterfield launched his new venture SIFTD Games. Creating a new gaming website these days is tough for anyone, but Satterfield’s years of experience and credibility made the site at least worth checking out. SIFTD provides a unique angle on games coverage. However, after using the site, I just can’t get past one of its major decisions. SIFTD seems to think that the ideal video game reviews are the ones that give you precisely what you think you want, not what you don’t yet know you need.