THE TERROR: INFAMY: Season co-creator Alexander Woo on the historical horror show – Interview

Kiki Sukezane as Yuko, George Takei as Nobuhiro Yamato, Derek Mio as Chester Nakayama, Cristina Rodlo as Luz Ojeda, Miki Ishikawa as Amy Yoshida, Shingo Usami as Henry Nakayama, Naoko Mori as Asako Nakayama in THE TERROR: INFAMY - Season 2 | ©2019 AMC/Maxine Helfman

In AMC’s Monday-night THE TERROR: INFAMY, Japanese-Americans and their immigrant parents and grandparents are confronted by two kinds of horror. One is the real-world abomination of the internment camps, set up by the U.S. government in a wave of racist panic after the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor, which mandated that all people of Japanese descent be rounded up and held in detention facilities. The other terror is more ancient, a vengeful spirit from Japan who is stalking victims in the community. George Takei, who in real life was detained in the camps as a child, plays one of the […]Read On »

COMMENTS (0)

THE TERROR: Adam Nagaitis and Nive Nielsen on Season 1 of historical horror series – Interview

Adam Nagaitis as Cornelius Hickey in THE TERROR - Season 1 | ©2018 AMC/Nadav Kander

In AMC’s Monday night limited series THE TERROR, based on Dan Simmons’s historical novel, two ships full of British Navy explorers find themselves trapped in the Arctic ice. As the events take place in the mid-nineteenth century, the vessels the Terror and the Erebus have no means of calling out for help, even before their crews find themselves stalked by a possibly supernatural entity. English actor Adam Nagaitis (pronounced Nag-I-tis) plays crew member Cornelius Hickey, and Greenland Inuit singer/musician Nive (rhymes with “divvy”) Nielsen portrays an Inuit woman, dubbed Lady Silence by the sailors, who may know something about the […]Read On »

COMMENTS (0)

THE TERROR: Jared Harris & Tobias Menzies on being lost at sea – interview

Jared Harris as Francis Crozier in THE TERROR | © 2018 Nadav Kander/AMC

AMC’s new Monday night ten-part series THE TERROR is based on a novel by Dan Simmons, which is in turn based on real events. In 1848, two British Navy vessels, The Terror and The Erebus, voyaged towards the Arctic in search of the then-undiscovered Northwest Passage. The ships became trapped in the ice. Both were finally located in recent years (after the book was published, but before the series was made), but the fate of their crews is unknown. Simmons’ novel and the series, adapted by David Kajganich, imagine what might have happened to the men, combining historical observation with […]Read On »

COMMENTS (0)
Increase your website traffic with Attracta.com
bottom round