The Strain: Creatures of the Night (Recap and Review) *Contains Spoilers*

The Strain: Creatures of the Night (Recap and Review)
*Contains Spoilers*

The small group of vampire, or strigoi, hunters finally meet up with Vassily Fet in The Strain, Creatures of the Night. Eph and his crew bump into the exterminator in a medical supply store where they hope to get UVC lights. The group break into the store and Fet stops them by pointing a gun at the four and asks who they are.

The Strain: Creatures of the Night (Recap and Review) *Contains Spoilers*

The Strain: Creatures of the Night (Recap and Review)
*Contains Spoilers*

The small group of vampire, or strigoi, hunters finally meet up with Vassily Fet in The Strain, Creatures of the Night. Eph and his crew bump into the exterminator in a medical supply store where they hope to get UVC lights. The group break into the store and Fet stops them by pointing a gun at the four and asks who they are.

The Strain Occultation: Total Eclipse of New York (Recap and Review) *May Contain Spoilers*

The Strain Occultation: Total Eclipse of New York (Recap and Review)
*May Contain Spoilers*

After last week’s episode, where Abraham remembered his original “introduction” to the master at the Nazi death camps, this week in The Strain Occultation: New York undergoes a total eclipse of the sun while the Master’s plan of spreading the parasite gains momentum. Before the sun disappears behind the moon, the FBI go to Eph’s house and it’s apparent that his old CDC boss is in league with Thomas Eichorst and wants Goodweather out of the way.

‘The Strain’ Episode Three: Missing Bodies and Damage Control

‘The Strain’ Episode Three: Missing Bodies and Damage Control

Episode three of The Strain begins with Thomas Eichorst, The Master’s “mouthpiece” putting his face on; literally, it then goes on to discuss the missing bodies from the morgue and the CDC attempting damage control on the entire situation. This opening is quite impressive. The vampire, noseless, earless, and hairless puts on fake replacements and makeup to give himself a more human appearance and against a backdrop of classical music, the scene is almost mesmerizing.

The Strain on FX: Guillermo del Toro Horror on the Small Screen

The Strain on FX: Guillermo del Toro Horror on the Small Screen

In 1975 Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot hit bookstores and created a new dose of Bram Stoker-ish horror, now Guillermo del Toro, along with Chuck Hogan, have updated vampire lore with The Strain which has been adapted and will premiere on FX; a dash of horror on the small screen. Just as King’s story looked at a vampire invasion of a small Maine town, Guillermo’s and Hogan’s story takes huge strokes across a similar canvas and shows New York being taken over as the first step to a vampiric “final solution” which will eradicate the human race.