In honor of National Picnic Day, we decided to list a few fictional characters we’d love to spend time with over a cool cup of lemonade.
Horror fans rejoice, American Horror Story is back, and serving up seconds. The show’s Twitter page posted the newest trailer just yesterday, giving nothing away about the most exciting season yet.
— AmericanHorrorStory (@AHSFX) June 15, 2021
The newest season, American Horror Story: Double Feature, offers multiple story lines for ravenous fans to follow starting July 15 exclusively on Hulu. The most recent trailer dropped yesterday, awash in red and black, with plenty of haunting images to tempt the most twisted viewer.
Director Ryan Murphy already confirmed that fan-favorites Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, and Billie Lourd will return for the tenth season. Fans can expect the exciting introduction of Macaulay Culkin, announced in Murphy’s Instagram post of the actor on-set in March. As if the all-star cast couldn’t get more exciting, model Kaia Gerber and actress Paris Jackson will also join “the American Horror Story family” this season.
Murphy teased various themes for the newest season, including Aliens, Piggy Man, and XMas Horror, having fans vote on their favorites. So far, the winners look like Bloody Mary, Plague, and possibly Sirens, according to Murphy’s cryptic social media posts from earlier this year.
If the recent trailer is anything to go by, fans can expect quite the scare from Murphy’s recent, demented brain-child.
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You don't need to be a Classics major or an expert in Ancient Mediterranean Cultures to appreciate Classical Myth. When I say Classical Myth, I don't mean just Greek Myth - although it did make the biggest contribution. Classical Myth however, is Greek, Roman, Sumerian, and even Egyptian Myth, all of which shared Indo-European origins. These Ancient cultures and their myths have set the stepping stones for modern literature and storytelling as we know it today. Almost every trope, every story, every plot twist know to humanity has somehow - consciously or unconsciously - been inspired by Classical Myth. There is no such thing as a "new" idea; every story in fiction today is, in a way, an extension or a retelling of an older one. Ideas don't just appear out of thin air, they're slowly formed and executed.
When the big screen meets, or even exceeds, the readers’ expectations, it’s almost magical. But what about when the movie is… not so great.
You may skip over them or you may read them diligently, but author dedications are one of my favorite parts of reading a book! Some of them are sweet, other are heart-breaking, but sometimes you stumble upon that one dedication in a book that just makes you laugh so hard your stomach hurts.