And the body count continues piling up in this crazy, sexy, and bloody Season Three of HBO's "True Blood". Who bit the bullet (or rather, the stake) last night? We're not telling in the interest of avoiding spoilers for those who aren't quite caught up yet, but as is our typical Monday tradition, here are the Post Mortem and Inside the Episode for the just completed Episode 32, "Night on the Sun".
Finally, after teasing up with descriptions of all the Season Three episodes except the finale - entitled "Evil Is Going On" - HBO has released the synopsis for Episode 36. It's a little spoilerish, though, so proceed at your own risk.
Episode 32 of HBO's "True Blood", entitled "Night on the Sun", is airing this Sunday, August 8th; and to get you geared up for it, the network has released two preview clips: "Sookie & Alcide" and "Tommy & Hoyt".
Only five more episodes remain of Season Three of "True Blood", and to say there are a lot of loose ends yet to be tied up is a definite understatement. But before we get to looking at what's coming up in Episode 32, "Night on the Sun", let's take a peek back at the Post Mortem and Inside the Episode for the just completed "Hitting the Ground".
Oh, how we love "True Blood" here at Dread Central. And a big chunk of that affection goes to HBO, who has provided us with not just one or two, but THREE preview clips for the upcoming Episode 31, "Hitting the Ground", which debuts this Sunday, August 1st.
This season of Alan Ball's "True Blood" is really pulling out all of the stops horror-wise with heads being twisted 180 degrees during sex and geysers of red being splashed around wickedly, and then there was the most violent of them all -- this week's episode.
True Blood "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" Post Mortem & Inside the Episode; Promo for "Hitting the Ground"
We're halfway through the third season of HBO's "True Blood", and things have reached a fever pitch. Eric spurning Sookie's pleas for help, Lorena torturing Bill to the point of near death, and Sam's valiant efforts to save his younger brother, Tommy, are just the tip of the iceberg. Want more? Check out Ep. 30's Post Mortem and Inside the Episode along with a peek at next week's installment, "Hitting the Ground".
I'm not 100% onboard with the notion that Joe Manganiello's werewolf character Alcide Herveaux is the hottest new addition to the third season of HBO's "True Blood" (for me that honor goes to Franklin), but apparently I'm in the minority as the powers-that-be have decided to make Alcide a regular come Season 4.
I guess I just don't get the whole True Blood phenomenon. I tried watching the first season after virtually everyone I know proclaimed it to be the greatest show ever, but what I saw was a turgid soap opera buoyed by a morose pace and largely unlikable characters. Clearly, though, I'm in the minority, as stories like this one prove.
Last night's "True Blood" Episode 29, entitled "Trouble", had me laughing out loud several times from its sheer audacity (here's hoping Franklin sticks around for a few more episodes at least - he's so beautifully deranged). If you enjoyed it as much as we did, come on inside for HBO's Post Mortem and Inside the Episode along with a peek at next week's installment, "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues".
Season Three of Alan Ball's "True Blood" has been hot and heavy and loaded with surprises, and from the synopses released today by HBO for Episodes 31-35, it shows no signs of slowing down in the slightest.
With a more than successful run with "Six Feet Under" under his belt and a now blazing hot season of "True Blood" in full swing, it's no wonder that series creator Alan Ball is one of HBO's golden boys. Given that his material has never strayed from, shall we say, the dark side, we love him to pieces as well. Now the man has a third series in the works for the cable giant that looks to get really messy in the best of ways!
After waiting two full weeks for the follow-up to Bill and Lorena's head-spinning sexcapades, viewers of Episode 28 of "True Blood", entitled "9 Crimes", were rewarded with an action-packed, if slightly more subdued, storyline. Come on inside for HBO's Post Mortem and Inside the Episode along with a peek at next week's installment, "Trouble".
Still feeling a bit of withdrawal from no new "True Blood" episode this past weekend? HBO feels your pain and has provided two new videos for fans of the show: "Mythological Creatures: Shape-Shifters" and "Mythological Creatures: Vampires".
Those of us here at Dread Central who watched last night's episode of "True Blood" entitled "It Hurts Me Too" are still reeling from the closing few moments. Thankfully we have a Post Mortem that focuses on Alcide as we don't even want to think anymore about what's got Bill so twisted up! But if you do, we also have "The Weight of the World", which explores some of the themes uncovered in the ep.