‘The Terror' Review: The Monster is Ready for Its Close-Up in ‘First Shot a Winner, Lads'
8 monthes ago - By Slash Film
Welcome to our weekly recaps of AMC's new historical horror show The Terror. This The Terror review takes a look at the fifth monstrous episode, “First Shot a Winner, Lads.” Spoilers follow.
In this week's episode:
The monster gets a close-up!
Crozier needs to get his shit together!
A Wake-Up Call
This week on The Terror: more snow, and more bad news. The winds are howling, the snow is picking up, and the men of the Terror and Erebus are clearly not handling things well. Perhaps the person handling things the worst is the person who really should be keeping his...
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The Terror Episode 5 - First Shot a Winner, Lads
8 monthes ago - By That Moment In
The Terror is a television series about the crew of a Royal Naval expedition searching for the Arctic's treacherous Northwest Passage who discover instead a monstrous predator.
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