Rebecca Breeds stars in "Clarice" (Photo: CBS).

‘Clarice’ goes beyond ‘Silence of the Lambs’ in search of new nightmares

Since audiences were first terrified by the 1991 Oscar-winner “The Silence of the Lambs,” so many stories since have revolved around that terrifying cannibal Dr. Hannibal Lecter.

He’s been the focus of novels and even a critically acclaimed NBC prequel series that ran for three seasons

What of Clarice Starling?

What of the dogged FBI trainee who risked so much of herself to track a deadly serial killer?

Continue reading “‘Clarice’ goes beyond ‘Silence of the Lambs’ in search of new nightmares”

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog (Photo: CBS)

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog tested Trump voters’ intelligence. It didn’t go well.

Is there anything that the self-proclaimed stable genius could say that would make Trump voters rethink their support?

“Despite the travesties of his coronavirus response, the failed economy, and California’s exploding trees, President Trump’s loyal followers have stuck with him through the good times and the end times,” Triumph the Insult Comic Dog says in this segment from CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” “One wonders if anything the president says or does could cost him their herd mentality.”

He brought together focus group of Trump voters and presented them with a series of outrageous fake ads advocating perfectly deranged things as …

Electrifying statues.

Forced child labor.

Microwaving human beings.

The results:

Not so great for this country.

See for yourself.

And remember to vote Nov. 3 as if your life depends on it.

Spoiler alert: It does.