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VIDEO: Ep 369 - Dry Road to Nowhere

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Ep 369 - Dry Road to Nowhere
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Length: 51:44
Aired: 4/3/1965

Kitty's saloon can expect trouble when a temperance preacher arrives, with troubles of his own. watch

VIDEO: Proof in the Pudding

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Proof in the Pudding
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Length: 45:52
Aired: 1/9/1994

Jessica's chef friend invites her to watch his cooking show. Jessica is baffled when the chef is murdered and his ties with the mob are revealed. watch

VIDEO: Grave Danger

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Grave Danger
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Length: 01:26:00
Aired: 5/19/2005

The CSI teams come together to save one of their own when they learn one team member has been kidnapped and buried alive, and now they must find him before he suffocates under 5 feet of dirt. watch


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From Dusk Till Dawn
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Year Title Description
2002 Outta Time Movie, Actor - Professor Jonas Darabont
2000 Final Payback Movie, Actor - Police Chief Moreno
2000 Mario Bava Movie, Actor
1996 From Dusk Till Dawn Movie, Actor - FBI Agent Stanley Chase
1995 The Last Samurai Movie, Actor - Haroun Al-Hakim

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December 1, 2006: Dario Argento's Pelts

My fellow horror fiends, I apologize for the late posting. Between my city’s first-ever-in-history blizzard last week and a trip to the ER (I’m fine now, no worries), I’ve been a bit behind. While recovering over the past weekend and attempting to stay warm, Dario Argento’s fur-fringed Masters of Horror episode, Pelts, seemed a fitting theme.I haven’t held back from admitting that so far, I’ve been underwhelmed and disappointed with Masters of Horror this season. Knowing that Italy’s horror maestro Dario Argento was up next, I still had some hope for the rest of the season, yet I also cringed because I wasn’t too fond of his season 1 episode, Jenifer. One of the main reasons I didn’t like Jenifer was that Argento departed from his trademark style to try a grittier perspective, and I just didn’t feel that it worked. The Showtime website synopsis for Pelts did indicate that Argento would be returning to his legendary vividly colored, o... read more

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