The weekend of his ex-wife's remarriage, he drives to his family estate where he'll stay with a lone servant, the elderly Agnes (Nancy Linehan Charles). On the trip, he runs into an old high school classmate named Lonnie (Michael Weston), who operates a bait shop, and also meets with his estranged sister Gwen (Amanda Walsh) who is a district attorney working on an important case and whom Lonnie has a crush on. As the siblings catch up, it is mentioned that Peter wasn't invited to his father's funeral.
One evening, a woman from across the canyon, Kara (Julianna Guill), stops by to say the power went out in the middle of their bachelorette party and asks to borrow some candles. Peter obliges, though Kara seems at first reluctant to follow him into his house. While jogging near his old treehouse the next day, Peter runs into Kara with her friends, including the bride-to-be, Marie (Shaunette Renée Wilson). Peter offers to cook dinner for them.
Peter goes for a run the next morning, sweatband and all. He runs into Kara outside his old treehouse. Something happened in that old treehouse, apparently, as Peter remembers echoes of whispered voices and a girl pleading.
Meanwhile, Peter is regaining mobility in his limbs and goads Morgan into firing a warning shot with the crossbow. The threat to his genitals eliminated, he overpowers Elena and makes for his escape. He gets to the phone and calls 911, but the line is busy.
From the sinister minds that brought you The Purge, Happy Death Day and Paranormal Activity, comes the new Hulu original horror series Into the Dark, which turns every holiday into a complete nightmare.
The next day, while out for arun past an old treehouse Peter and his friends used to hang out in, he runsacross Kara again, and her friend, bride-to-be Marie. Peter says he has some new recipes he wantsto try and he invites the wedding party to his house for dinner.
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Peter, a womanizing lower end Gordon Ramsey type chef, returns to his childhood family home for a weekend getaway only to run into five women with serious male related issues. He proceeds to cook them dinner and make misogynistic jokes which don't win him any points with the ladies. Unfortunately for Peter these ladies are actually a coven of witches...or just a group of angry bitches who hate male chauvinist types. This felt very lifetime-y. There was supposed to be a message about women empowerment but it just seemed corny here. Would've been better if the women ripped him apart in gory fashion. Jimmi Simpson was great here and man I loved those masks the ladies wore. Wish they would've worn them more though.
I know I can't be the only one out there that thinks Treehouse should have a Dark theme :) for their Workspaces, so PLEASE in the future could you add a dark theme to workspaces I am sure this would be greatly appreciated across the entire treehouse community, cheers!
One small thing that prevents me to use the workspace is having that light background theme. Is there anyway we can change into a dark one My eyes are used to dark themes, and having a light one kinda tires them. Thank you.
A parade of Egyptians is marching toward one of the pyramids nearby. Jack reads about the royal funeral procession that took place after the death of someone important. Annie reminds her brother that there is a mummy in the coffin. They decide to get a closer look, but when they run toward the procession, all of them disappear. Jack wonders whether the parade was a mirage. They follow the black cat into a dark hole in the pyramid.
Into the Dark runs headlong into the terrors of parenthood with the Mother's Day-themed All That We Destroy. In this sci-fi hellscape, a geneticist with a serial killer for a son provides clones to be his victims. It's an ethical conundrum, certainly. But when one of the clones starts fighting back, this mother is forced decide how far she is willing to go for her child. It's a doozy.
A standalone sequel to Pooka! (#4 on this ranking), Pooka 2: Pooka Lives! turns the original Christmas-themed story of a killer toy into a comedic exploration of internet legends. Set against an Easter backdrop, this is basically Evil Dead 2 done Pooka-style, right down to the pulpy kills. Plus, Rachel Bloom appears in a small role as maniacal toy maker that is just absolute perfection. Definitely watch this one, but see the original first if you can. It's worth it.
Into the Dark's best slasher to date, Midnight Kiss transforms flirty New Year's Eve fun into a deadly game of cat and mouse. When a group of catty West Hollywood friends arrive in Palm Springs to ring in 2020 (good luck with that one, my dudes), a mysterious killer dressed in BDSM gear starts to hunt them one by one. It's campy fun with just enough splatter, a traditional whodunnit wrapped up in glitter and guts. At the very least, you'll love the champagne bottle kill. It's brutal, but...bubbly.
Best for young readers beginning their journey into the world of chapter books, the original Magic Tree House books (ages 6-8) detail Jack and Annie's adventures around the world and across time, from the Ice Age to Ancient Greece.
Mary Pope Osborne was born into adventure. Her dad was in the army, so every year or two her family would move to a different state, or even a different country! By the time she was fifteen, Mary had lived in thirteen different houses and gone to eight different schools!
Will's love of pretending led him into his first career, as an actor. Traveling the country with theater companies and acting on television, Will sometimes had the chance to play villains. He says that this can actually be more fun than being the good guy!
Magic Tree House: Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS is an adaptation of the first of Mary Pope Osborne's award-winning fantasy adventure books from the Magic Tree House book series. The books are number one New York Times bestsellers - more than 100 million copies have been sold in North America alone. The series has been translated into many languages and is available in more than 100 countries around the world.
Jack and Annie travel back in time via treehouse to the prehistoric Cretaceous period. In this mild adventure written in short, clipped sentence structure, the two siblings fly on the back of a Pteranodon, stumble upon nests filled with tiny dinosaurs and flee from a T-rex.
In the first of many Magic Tree House adventures, 8-year-old Jack and his 7-year-old sister Annie discover what they think must be the \"highest treehouse in the world.\" They climb up and find it's filled with books. When Jack fingers a picture of a Pteranodon and says, \"I wish I could see a Pteranodon for real,\" his wish comes true.
We're used to watching Homer in awkward situations, so we're not surprised when we see him panicking after getting his arm stuck in a toaster in \"Time and Punishment.\" While trying to fix it, Homer accidentally upgrades the toaster into a some kind of time machine that transports him into the era of dinosaurs. After that, each attempt in trying to come back ends up in a different disturbing scenario in the present, due to him altering the past. And while Homer is learning the meaning of the Butterfly Effect, us viewers are equally terrified by the world in which Ned Flanders controls the citizens of Springfield by subjecting them to frequent frontal lobotomies.
The sheer thought of ghosts is quite unpleasant to many, especially malignant spirits. However, the entity that in this skit kills Lisa's best friends is not really a ghost but her imaginary friend. From the very beginning, the skit starts off in a morbid tone, with the lawn mower mysteriously starting itself and brutally murdering Lisa's friend Janey. After that follow the deaths of twins Sherri and Terri, then Lisa's counselor. Finally, the imaginary Rachel suffocates Milhouse with a plastic bag. Luckily, Lisa manages to save her parents from a violent and indignant Rachel who tries to massacre them with a mixer (among other things). If we take all of the on-screen deaths into consideration, it's impossible to describe this skit as anything other than tragic.
This skit is so disturbing that The Simpsons had Lisa warn us with the words: \"What you're about to see is so disgusting, you'll watch Game of Thrones to calm down!\" Yep, this is because watching Homer mutilating and eating his own flesh is nothing short of extremely grotesque and uncomfortable. Homer's self-cannibalism odyssey begins accidentally, with a cut off finger that just so happens to end up on the grill. And, piece by piece, Homer eats himself into an early grave and visits Jesus in heaven.
The goosebumps brought upon by disturbing sounds, unusual shadows, and mysterious laughter surely didn't just come over Bart and Lisa Simpson but many fans behind the small screens as well. You see, this skit reveals the dark side of Homer and Marge, which they have been keeping locked up on their attic for years and feeding with fish heads. We are, of course, talking about Hugo - Bart's evil formerly conjoined twin who will, in the skit's most intense moment, try to sew itself back to Bart's body. The plot twist that follows brings a small dose of irony into this Basket Case and The Hunchback of Notre Dame parody.
At the very beginning of the Treehouse of Horror V episode, Marge Simpson warns us that \"this year's Halloween show is very very scary,\" because, what followed has to be one of the darkest and most twisted skits in the series' history - \"The Shinning.\" Of course, it's not hard to point out which horror movie is being parodied by the skit, with all the original iconic elements being present, such as the bloody river that flows from the lift. But, probably the most eerie is Homer and his insane fit that turns him into a deranged killer trying to murder his family with an axe. Because, you know, \"no TV and no beer make Homer go crazy.\" The skit is rich with witty references and funny moments, but it's Homer's twisted and possessed behavior that gives it such a chilling and creepy atmosphere. 59ce067264