Preacher is an American live-action television series based on the comic book series created by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon and published by Vertigo. It began airing on AMC on May 22nd, 2016. The show stars Dominic Cooper in the eponymous role of Texas preacher Jesse Custer. Other stars include Joseph Gilgun as the vampire known as Cassidy, Ruth Negga as Tulip O'Hare, Lucy Griffiths as Emily Woodrow, W. Earl Brown as the town sheriff, Hugo Root, Derek Wilson as Donnie Schenck, Tom Brooke as Fiore, Ian Colletti as Eugene "Arseface" Root, and Anatol Yusef as DeBlanc.
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"Village of the Damned" is the eighth episode of season two of the psycho-thriller television program Scream: The Series, and the eighteenth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Gil Kenan with a script written by Meredith Glynn. It first aired on MTV on Tuesday, July 19th, 2016 at 11:00 pm/10:00 central.
Audrey Jensen awakens in her bedroom to find a disturbing sight. The words "12 dead" is written in blood on her mirror and on the ceiling are the words "Nobody will ever forgive you". She goes to see Noah Foster and tells him about the graffiti. Noah urges Audrey to come clean to Emma Duval, but she refuses, convinced that Emma would never forgive her for bringing Piper Shaw to Lakewood. That morning at school, Mayor Quinn Maddox comes to the building and makes an announcement over the P.A. system, encouraging everyone to the come out to the fairgrounds to celebrate Lakewood's Centennial.
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Don't Breathe is an American feature film of the horror and thriller genres. It was written and directed by Fede Alvarez and co-written by Rodo Sayagues. It was produced by Screen Gems, Stage 6 Films and Ghost House Pictures. It premiered in the United States on August 26th, 2016. The movie stars Stephen Lang as the unnamed blind man, who must defend his home against a trio of thieves. The thieves are played by Jane Levy as Rocky, Dylan Minnette as Alex, and Daniel Zovatto as Money.
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
Andrea Joy "A.J." Cook is a Canadian film actress born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada on July 22nd, 1978. Her first work in the horror genre was playing a character named Diana Collins in the 2001 film Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell. She received second billing in the film after lead actor Jason Connery. A.J.'s character was the one responsible for opening up a jeweled container, thus releasing the evil Djinn. Throughout the course of the film, the Djinn torments Diana Collins in an effort to get her to fulfill her three wishes.
In 2001, A.J. made her first leading role in a horror film as massacre survivor Molly Keller in John Eyres, Ripper: Letter from Hell. Her character was a college student who takes a forensic psychology class.
A.J. eventually went on to star in the Final Destination film series, where she received top billing once again; this time playing the role of Kimberly Corman in the 2003 sequel film Final Destination 2.
In 2005, A.J. appeared in the sci-fi/vampire action movie Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe, where she played a vampire hunter named Fiona. The movie has also been released under the title Bloodsuckers.
In 2010 she had a minor role as murder victim Vicky Rice in the psycho-thriller Mother's Day, directed by Saw alumni Darren Lynn Bousman.