iZombie is an American television series that combines elements of mystery, humor, crime, and of course... zombies! It is based on the iZombie comic book series by DC Comics/Vertigo Entertainment. The series was created by Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright and premiered on the CW Network on March 17th, 2015. The show stars Rose McIver as living dead girl Olivia "Liv" Moore, Malcolm Goodwin as Seattle homicide detective Clive Babineaux, Rahul Kohli as chief medical examiner Doctor Ravi Chakrabarti, Robert Buckley as jilted fiancé Major Lilywhite, and David Anders as fellow undead Blaine DeBeers.
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"The End" is the first episode of season eight of the anthology series American Horror Story and the eighty-fifth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Bradley Buecker with a teleplay written by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. It first aired on the FX Network on Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 at 10:00 pm.
In Los Angeles, California, an internet/social media celebrity named Coco St. Pierre Vanderbilt is sitting in a salon with her stylist, Mister Gallant, and her personal assistant, Mallory. Everyone simultaneously receives a text alert indicating that nuclear ICBM missiles have targeted major cities across the globe, including Hong Kong, Moscow, and now Los Angeles. Initially, people think that it is just a prank, but quickly realize that the threat is real. Coco's parents call her and tell her to get out of the city by way of a personal plane at the Santa Monica Airport. The three of them scramble to leave, and Coco tries to get a hold of her boyfriend, Brock.
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"Vampblade" is the untitled fourth issue issue of the first Vampblade ongoing comic book series published by Action Lab Comics under their Danger Zone imprint. The story was written by Jason Martin with artwork and inks by Winston Young and Marco Maccagni. It was colored by Jason Martin and lettered by Adam Wollet. The story was edited by Kevin Freeman. This issue shipped with a May, 2016 cover date and carries a cover price of $3.99 per copy (US).
Katie Carva has brought the man she liberated from a space vampire parasite the previous evening at the Tempius Bar back to her house.
Halloween is an American feature film of the slasher horror genre. It is a sequel to the original 1978 movie Halloween, which was directed by John Carpenter and written by Carpenter and Debra Hill. The new film is directed by David Gordon Green with a script written by Jeff Fradley, David Gordon Green and Danny McBride. The movie is notable for the return of original "Final Girl", Jamie Lee Curtis, reprising the role of Laurie Strode. The part of Michael Myers, aka "The Shape", is once again played by Nick Castle, who portrayed Myers in the original movie. The film was produced by Blumhouse Productions and Miramax and released through Universal Pictures. It premiered in the United States on October 19th, 2018.
Mia Allen was a young woman who was a heroin addict. Along with her older brother, David, and some friends, she was forced to go on a retreat to a remote cabin in the middle of the woods so she could dry out.
Heroin withdrawal turned out to be the least of Mia's problems. David's friend Eric found an old mystical tome which was written in human blood and contained various Satanic spells. Reading aloud from the book, he awakened dark malevolent forces, which took hold of Mia, possessing her. She ran from the cabin, but the force, assuming Mia's shape, infected her with its taint, whereupon she then turned against her friends.
- "When you hear the battle cry, I want y'all to race forward and try real hard not to get your penises shot off."
- ―Odin Quincannon
Seri DeYoung, sometimes credited under full name Seraphine DeYoung is an American actress born on April 11th, 1989. Her first role in a horror feature was an uncredited appearance in the 2008 horror/western The Burrowers where she played a character named Audrey.
In 2009, she played the unnamed bound girl in the slasher film Laid to Rest. The bound girl was but one of many victims of the serial killer known as ChromeSkull. ChromeSkull abducted her and brought her to the Jones Funeral Home where he stripped her down and bound her arms together, tossing her body onto the remains of one of his earlier victims. Another young woman came into the abattoir and found the bound girl, but was unable to help her. ChromeSkull came up behind her and finished her off, persistently slicing through her throat with his knife until he decapitated her.