"American Horror Story" Season 2 Casting Updates

Fans of "American Horror Story" can expect some familiar faces returning for season 2. Creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have recently revealed during the PaleyFest panel that 5 cast members from the original season will be returning to play all new characters next season. It comes as no surprise that Golden Globe winner Jessica Lange will be heading up season 2. Also returning? Sarah Paulson, Zachary Quinto, Lily Rabe and Evan Peters. It will be interesting to see Peters, who played antagonist Tate in season 1, get to play a whole new character.

Donner Pass (REVIEW)

"Donner Pass" opens with a flashback, all the way to 1846 and an alternate retelling of the fabled "Donner Party" story pertaining to a group of settlers lost in the mountains who were forced to resort to cannibalism in the face of starvation. This retelling plays out a little differently however, with George Donner himself returning to the camp and murdering the remaining survivors, only to string them up and drain their blood. Seems like an odd choice, given how hard it is to survive in the woods by yourself. As we'll learn in due time though, Donner knew what he was doing.

Album Review: Zeroking - "Kings of Self Destruction"

Zeroking touts itself as an all-out rock and roll band, but there's more going on here than just that. Based in West Virginia, the band is heavily influenced by the rock and roll ideal of the West Coast, and uses that as a base to launch their curious and devil-may-care mix of rock, piano and brass (or a close facsimile to them,) and down home country twang.

Posters: Help bring "Behind the Mask" to a theater near you!

There's some amazing indie movies out there, and it's a shame that they don't get the exposure they deserve. Even if they are lucky enough to get a theater release, it's usually located too far for the majority of the fans to go & see it. A good movie deserves to be seen in all its glory on the big screen!

Trailers: "Break" is the German version of "rednecks in the woods"

I've seen this movie probably 50 times, the old "rednecks hunt innocent city folk in the woods" thing, but never from a German production company.

I read an interesting article once about the German people's obsession with crap. Like, poop-crap. Apparently their cultural lore and sayings are riddled with references to poop, both in positive and negative ways. Not sure what that says but ya, 99% sure there's going to be some poop in this movie. So there's that.

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