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Submitted by alycakes 889d ago | review

LA Times Review: The Following

LA Times:
In Fox's bloody new drama "The Following," Kevin Bacon plays one of the more oft-used characters in thriller fiction. Alcoholic and emotionally detached, his character is former FBI agent Ryan Hardy, who has never quite recovered from his dance with the devil.

Once upon a time, Hardy was the lead agent on a string of grisly murders at the fictional Winslow College. When he first encountered Joe Carroll (James Purefoy), he too fell under the charismatic English professor's spell, using him as a source to help unravel the literary clues left at the crime scenes. (The Following, TV) -

alycakes  +   889d ago
I watched this pilot and it was as good as I thought it was going to be maybe a little better. I think it surprised me because I didn't want Purfoy to be the villian and he was really good at it.

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