In “Bitchcraft,” the twisted season three premiere of American Horror Story: Coven, we follow Zoe (Taissa Farmiga, much younger sister of Bates Motel’s Vera Farmiga), a young woman who is sent away to a boarding school for teen witches run by Ryan Murphy-muses Jessica Lange (as the “supreme” head witch of all witches) and Sarah Paulson (kind-hearted daughter of the supreme) after she accidentally makes her boyfriend ooze blood from the mouth, eyes and nose during sex.
It opens with Kathy Bates as the infamous Madame LaLaurie in 1830s New Orleans in a memorable scene involving naked black men in cages. She puts a bull’s head on one and calls him a minotaur.
She’s clearly evil, but perhaps not as evil as voodoo queen Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett) who is out for vengeance, and appears to be quite a source of irritation for the present-day witches of Louisiana.
At the end of the episode, Kathy Bates is brought out of the earth in the present-day by a hilariously campy Lange, who, to my delight, references falling houses and Hogwarts.
An anonymous woman who says she watched Terrell “T.O.” Owens pleasure himself on Skype numerous times is now shopping around screenshots of their video chat meet ups.
She says they met on Twitter and that he masturbated in front of her on 10 different occasions but that she never did anything in return.
On Tuesday she told Philadelphia Daily News that her reason for selling the images is revenge, in a sense.
“He was getting back with his girlfriend and sent a few replies like, ‘Who is this? I don’t know you.’ The money is a bonus, but he needs to know not to do stuff like this.” Continue reading “Terrell Owens Caught One-Handed On Skype”
ZeniMax and Bethesda have announced plans for an Elder Scrolls MMO (massively multiplayer online game) with a release date sometime in 2013. Screenshots and a teaser trailer have already hit the viral internerd highway.
Here’s why you might never see your spouse again. If you don’t live under a rock, you know that the Elder Scrolls series reached new heights of popularity with its fifth installment, Skyrim.
If you thought that was bad, wait until there’s no ending to the game, which is exactly what an MMO is. A neverending addiction that sucks you in using the basic human gluttony instinct. Continue reading “The Elder Scrolls MMO And Why You Might Never See Your Spouse Again”