The Antichrist has arrived to judge all those left on Earth after Armageddon. The question remains who will be chosen and who will stay and suffer.
Another year and another season of AHS, this time the entire world has ended and we get to spend time with some of its only survivors.
This series has a big crossover as well with returning cast members playing old characters, the promotional posters had old locations revisited and Sarah Paulson is playing triple duty with a new character as well as two returning characters. How lucky are we for that?
We are going a little out of sink with the movies. When looking at these series we will be looking at the remakes too so it was only fair that we end with the 2010 remake that starred Jackie Earle Haley as the iconic Master of Dreams in the first film to star Freddy Krueger and not have Robert Englund play him.
The remake decided to go down a completely different path once more. It said goodbye to the old mythology behind the character and created its own and reinvented Nightmare’s in its own way.
The movie isn’t held in high acclaim but for me it did what the majority of other remakes failed and actually tried to do things differently.