Anyway, this is Suvari as the Black Dahlia, a famous murder victim whose body was found sliced in half in a park in Los Angeles in 1947. Suvari is portraying the character, whose real name was Elizabeth Short, on the show “American Horror Story.” I think she pulls off the look dashingly well, don’t you?
4 Most Mysterious Unsolved Murders of All Time
Dr. Thomas Kim became suspicious after seeing 3 family members die so unexpectedly. Thanks to Kim’s request for blood tests on each of the Janus family victims, investigators were able to determine that the Tylenol capsules contained the deadly poison potassium cyanide instead of harmless analgesic acetaminophen.
Source: Top Secret Writers
Revenge 'Treachery' Review – A Black Dahlia
Now, we know that Nolan is a man of many talents. And given he made his zillions in the tech business, it came as no surprise that disabling the GPS on the dearly-departed Frank’s cell phone is no big challenge for him. When Nolan sees a spot of dried blood on his mystery guest’s jacket, he puts two and two together and figures out that he does not want to be one of the two that gets picked up for accessory to Frank’s murder. He quickly escorts Amanda back to Emily, who assures him all will be well because Amanda is going to be living in her Paris apartment with a new identity and bank account. Of course, we know Amanda will not stay away for long (or at all, for that matter) because she feels an affinity with Emily and she is not one to be told what to do.
Source: Small Screen Scoop
Grand Magus, The Black Dahlia Murder & Sanctuary Added To Bloodstock Festival 2012
Hot off the festival organising press Bloodstock Open Air are pleased to announce three more bands for the already very tempting lineup for the 2012 edition of the festival. One of Rocksins’ favourite bands, the Swedish power metal trio Grand Magus will be blasting out Hammer Of The North and other favourites across Catton Hall next August.
Source: Rock Sins
The 'Revenge' cocktail: How to mix a Black Dahlia
If fans of ABC’s “Revenge” feel like making a drinking game out of watching the soapy series, they now have a drink of choice: the Black Dahlia. In Wednesday’s episode, “Treachery,” the real Emily Thorne–I’ll call her Amanda (Margarita Levieva) to make things easier–mixed up a few Black Dahlias for herself and bar hunk Jack (Nick Wechsler). I looked around the web for the drink and found many versions of it. But not the “Revenge” version. So here’s the recipe as Amanda said it: BLACK DAHLIA
Source: Chicago Tribune (blog)
TV Junkie: Media Coverage of Occupy LA; 'The Soup' Moves to Wednesdays Tonight
An additional opinion I have is that if you are a journalist or media outlet based in LA and you weren’t on site or following along to get the word out of this event to the world you are a failure and embarrassment and should go wait some tables. What’re you waiting for, an earthquake? — Tonight on TV: E!’s “The Soup” with Joel McHale, one of our favorite shows of all time, moves from Friday nights to Wednesday nights at 10pm, celebratory guests include Jimmy Kimmel, Kurt Sutter and Katey Sagal of “Sons of Anarchy,” and Danny Pudi of “Community.” — The psychic pornography known as “American Horror Story” (FX at 10pm) somehow takes it up a notch tonight with special guest star Joshua Malina and references to LA’s infamous Black Dahlia murder case. — The TV Junkie Must-Watch Plan: Dial M for Murder, “MythBusters,” “American Horror Story,” “Chelsea Lately,” “The Colbert Report,” “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson”
'American Horror Story' 1.09 'Spooky Little Girl' photos and spoilers
American Horror Story will air an all-new episode on Channel 27 in Tempe on Wednesday night, and now fans are being given a glimpse at what will happen in the episode, American Horror Story episode 1.09 titled Spooky Little Girl. On Sunday, Spoiler TV shared the photos released for the episode. A preview for the episode has been released as well. Check out the photos for the episode here.
TV best bets with returns of 'The Closer,' 'Hot in Cleveland,' Christmas specials
“Christmas in Rockefeller Center 2011” 8 p.m. NBC — Performers include Justin Bieber, Michael Buble, Carole King, Cee Lo Green and Katharine McPhee. “Trek Nation” 8 p.m. Science — Gene Roddenberry’s son explores his dad’s legacy. “The X Factor” 8 p.m. Fox — Astro can rap. No sign yet that he can actually sing. “Baseball Wives” 9 p.m. VH1 (new series) — The wives of pro baseball players mix it up in this umpteenth variation of “Real Housewives.” “Full Throttle Saloon” 9 p.m. TruTV (third season debut) — Back again for more debauchery at a bikers’ paradise. “Ricochet” 9 p.m. TNT — John Corbett plays a detective swept up in betrayal, corruption and murder in Savannah. Gary Cole and Julie Benz star as well. “I Hate My Teenage Daughter” 9:30 p.m. Fox (new series) — You’ll hate this dud of a sitcom more than your teenage daughter. “American Horror Story” 10 p.m. FX — Mena Suvari plays the Black Dahlia. “Black Gold” 10 p.m. TruTV (fourth season debut) — Watch the Texas oil men luxuriate in testosterone. “The Grammy Nominations Concert Live” 10 p.m. CBS — Ludacris, Sugarland, Usher and Jason Aldean represent Georgia. “Hot in Cleveland” 10 p.m. TV Land (third season debut) — Elka has three suitors, played by Buck Henry, Carl Reiner and Don Rickles. “Psych” 10 p.m. USA — William Shatner plays Juliet’s estranged con-man father. “Top Chef” 10 p.m. Bravo — So far, Athens’ Whitney has stayed under the radar. “The Exes” 10:30 p.m. TV Land (new series) — A lawyer places three divorced men in one apartment. Commence hilarity!