Noesner negotiates to get some children out of Mt. Carmel. Inside, Koresh and Schneider fall farther apart.
Chucky has been brewing up fresh batches of nightmare fuel for moviegoers for thirty years, and now the pint-sized terror is finally set to bring his quips and kills to TV. Bloody Disgusting reports that franchise creator Don Mancini is working with long-time franchise producer David Kirschner to develop a TV series inspired by the iconic killer […]
Shots are fired at Mt. Carmel in Waco, Texas. Gary Noesner arrives to speak with David Koresh.
Episode 2: “The Strangers Across the Street”
Directed by John Erick Dowdle
Written by John Erick Dowdle & Drew Dowdle
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Across from the Waco Branch Davidians compound now lives Robert Rodriguez (John Leguizamo). He’s taking pictures, watching the cult. Soon, David Koresh (Taylor Kitsch), David Thibodeau (Rory Culkin), and Steve Schneider (Paul Sparks) come to give a warm welcome with some beer and pizza. Rodriguez claims they’re “ranchers” looking for property. Although the cult leader is already quite suspicious, which is more than obvious. Things are about to get tense.
In Washington, Gary Noesner (Michael Shannon) speaks of the “paradox to power” when he’s trying to tell his buddies to invest more in…
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Dr. Kreizler and his team dig up more information about the dead boy, as a police cover-up emerges.
Gary Noesner deals with the fallout of the FBI’s mistakes in Ruby Ridge. In Waco, David Koresh builds his cult following.