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‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 To Be Set In The Very Near, Very Scary Future

At a panel with “AHS” cast members Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Cheyenne Jackson, Billy Eichner, Adina Porter, and Leslie Grossman, the prolific producer announced they all will return for the show’s next season, which will be set in the “near future.” 

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‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 To Be Set In The Very Near, Very …

At a panel with “AHS” cast members Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Cheyenne Jackson, Billy Eichner, Adina Porter, and Leslie Grossman, the prolific producer announced they all will return for the show’s next season, which will be set in the “near future.” 

Read more at: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/american-horror-story-season-8-to-be-set-in-the-very-near-very-scary-future_us_5acb9df6e4b07a3485e71c0d

Is ‘American Horror Story’ Leaving FX Along With Ryan Murphy?

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Just like how there’s never been a TV creator quite like Ryan Murphy, there’s never been a show quite like American Horror Story. The horror anthology series has been loved and praised for years because of its unrelenting dedication to camp, but at the same time it can hold its own in conversations about prestige television. Like AHS‘ own complicated and misunderstood characters, it’s impossible to completely peg down the ever-changing series. But this year American Horror Story‘s creator is facing a major change of his own. Ryan Murphy is heading to Netflix.

Earlier this month, it was announced that Murphy would be leaving his television homes of FX and Fox to join Netflix’s team. It’s an

Read more at: https://decider.com/2018/02/28/american-horror-story-fx-netflix/

My American dream: Ryan Murphy should ditch Horror for a life of Crime

In Vulgar Favors: The Assassination of Gianni Versace, author Maureen Orth recounts a brief memory from Howard Madson — father of Andrew Cunanan’s second victim, David Madson — about the time he took his son duck hunting. “We shot this duck, and he cried so bad I finally hid the thing over by the tree,” he recalled. “David was just beside himself.” This week’s fourth episode of American Crime Story takes this tiny, poignant detail from the book and expands on it artfully, creating a scene that might be even more heartbreaking than Jack’s death on This is Us.

The episode tells the story of David Madson (Australian actor Cody Fern, in a star-making performance), who is forced to go on the run with Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss). Shortly after a flashback to David’s hunting trip with his dad, he tries to flee during an argument with Andrew by

Read more at: http://ew.com/tv/2018/02/08/ryan-murphy-should-end-american-horror-story-ew-critic/

Ryan Murphy: Please ditch ‘Horror Story’ for ‘Crime Story’ | EW.com

In Vulgar Favors: The Assassination of Gianni Versace, author Maureen Orth recounts a brief memory from Howard Madson — father of Andrew Cunanan’s second victim, David Madson — about the time he took his son duck hunting. “We shot this duck, and he cried so bad I finally hid the thing over by the tree,” he recalled. “David was just beside himself.” This week’s fourth episode of American Crime Story takes this tiny, poignant detail from the book and expands on it artfully, creating a scene that might be even more heartbreaking than Jack’s death on This is Us.

The episode tells the story of David Madson (Australian actor Cody Fern, in a star-making performance), who is forced to go on the run with Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss). Shortly after a flashback to David’s hunting trip with his dad, he tries to flee during an argument with Andrew by

Read more at: http://ew.com/tv/2018/02/08/ryan-murphy-should-end-american-horror-story-ew-critic/

‘Cannibal Cop’ Pens Disturbing and Graphic Horror Novel

A former NYPD officer who was branded the “cannibal cop” after allegedly plotting to kidnap, kill and eat women has penned an “extremely violent” horror novel that explores themes similar to those that landed him behind bars.

Gilberto Valle spent 21 months in prison on charges that he schemed to abduct, slaughter and dine on young women after his then-wife found disturbing photos and records of chats on their shared computer in 2012.

Valle’s conviction was overturned in 2014 by Manhattan Federal Court Judge Paul Gardephe, who said the prosecution lacked hard evidence and that “no real-world, non-internet based steps were ever taken to kidnap anyone.”

But Valle was fired from the NYPD after his conviction and the infamous moniker has followed him ever since.

“Even though I’ve been completely exonerated, all this stuff about ‘Cannibal Cop’ is still there,” Valle, 33, told the New York Daily News

Read more at: http://nbc4i.com/2018/01/09/cannibal-cop-pens-disturbing-and-graphic-horror-novel/

‘Cannibal Cop’ Pens Disturbing and Graphic Horror Novel

A former NYPD officer who was branded the “cannibal cop” after allegedly plotting to kidnap, kill and eat women has penned an “extremely violent” horror novel that explores themes similar to those that landed him behind bars.

Gilberto Valle spent 21 months in prison on charges that he schemed to abduct, slaughter and dine on young women after his then-wife found disturbing photos and records of chats on their shared computer in 2012.

Valle’s conviction was overturned in 2014 by Manhattan Federal Court Judge Paul Gardephe, who said the prosecution lacked hard evidence and that

Read more at: https://www.wsls.com/inside-edition/cannibal-cop-pens-disturbing-and-graphic-horror-novel

‘Cannibal Cop’ Pens Disturbing and Graphic Horror Novel

A former NYPD officer who was branded the “cannibal cop” after allegedly plotting to kidnap, kill and eat women has penned an “extremely violent” horror novel that explores themes similar to those that landed him behind bars.

Gilberto Valle spent 21 months in prison on charges that he schemed to abduct, slaughter and dine on young women after his then-wife found disturbing photos and records of chats on their shared computer in 2012.

Valle’s conviction was overturned in 2014 by Manhattan Federal Court Judge Paul Gardephe, who said the prosecution lacked hard evidence and that “no real-world, non-internet based steps were ever taken to kidnap anyone.”

But Valle was fired from the NYPD after his conviction and the infamous moniker has followed him ever since.

“Even though I’ve been completely exonerated, all this stuff about ‘Cannibal Cop’ is still there,” Valle, 33, told the New York Daily News on Monday. “Writing

Read more at: http://www.insideedition.com/cannibal-cop-pens-disturbing-and-graphic-horror-novel-39633

Now Casting: Roles Available in 1970s-Set Horror-Thriller ‘High Desert Hell’ + 2 More Gigs

Now Casting: Roles Available in 1970s-Set Horror-Thriller ‘High Desert Hell’ + 2 More Gigs

In today’s roundup, “High Desert Hell,” a 1970s-set horror-thriller, is looking for young adult actors for lead and supporting roles, including the film’s stereotypical alpha male lead. There are also roles for puppeteers in the kids’ educational film “The Magic Yarmulka,” plus the Investigation Discovery series “Evil Lives Here” is seeking talent for reenactment roles.

“HIGH DESERT HELL” 
Join “High Desert Hell,” a horror-thriller set in the 1970s centered around a group of young adults who venture to a remote location in the high desert of California and are mysteriously preyed upon. Talent, aged 20–30, is wanted to play several lead and supporting roles in the film, including Grant, the prototypical alpha male, and Jessie, a shy and reserved

Read more at: https://www.backstage.com/news/casting/now-casting-roles-available-1970s-set-horrorthriller-high-desert-hell-2-more-gigs/

5 Horror Movies That Bring On The Holiday Cheer

Still not over Halloween but you want to celebrate the holidays? Just merge the two! There are plenty of scary holiday movies to get you in the mood to wrap presents AND be spooked. And don’t forget to tune into the next season of Homicide For The Holidays, Saturday, November 25 at 6/5c on Oxygen.

 

 

1. Black Christmas, 1974

Believed to be one of the very first slasher films and the inspiration behind Halloween, this horror cult-classic follows a group of sorority sisters who are stalked and murdered by a murderer hiding in their attic. To make things even scarier, the premise is based on an urban legend combined with true crime: a string of killings that happened in Montreal. A remake with the same name was made in 2006.

2. Silent Night, Deadly Night, 1984

Silent Night, Deadly Night features your standard holiday film

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