We’re almost there horror fans, and last week delivered an American Horror Story: Coven episode that in many ways felt like the one I’ve been waiting all season to see; scary, funny, gleefully wicked, and full of all sorts great supernatural twists and turns.
I didn’t like this episode of American Horror Story: Coven as much as last week, mainly because my favorite witch Misty is still stuck in a coffin, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t fun.
Happy 2014, everyone! Let the horrors continue!
Merry Christmas horror fans! The holidays aren’t exactly the prime time for witchcraft, voodoo, and decapitations, so we’ve had a bit of a break from our favorite horror show. However before it returns on January 8th, let’s make sure we’re all up-to-speed. This last episode was a game changer, and
After the rather dull episode we had before break, things start to pick up again this week. We open with Queenie (rapidly becoming one of my least favorite characters on the show) walking through a bad part of town at night, where she is menaced by a homeless man. However
This week doesn’t quite live up to last week’s thrilling episode, but it’s still a fun one and it lays out a lot of groundwork for some fun plot-lines down the road. We open in 1919 at the start of the Jazz Age, when a mysterious Axeman (played with a
Wow, what an episode! The best of the season so far? I’d say so. We open on All-Hallows Eve, 1833 at Madame LaLaurie’s home. A young man at the party takes interest in LaLaurie’s daughter Boquita, so LaLaurie invites him to her “chamber of horrors.” In a spin on
American Horror Story: Asylum is one of the most blood curdling TV series aside from The Walking Dead. The first season was terrifying enough, but Ryan Murphy continues to amp up the scares with this second season of American Horror Story. The second season is now available on Blu-ray, and
This week’s episode was a busy one! Lots to go through, though not a heck of a lot of resolution. Let’s not waste any time! We open with Fiona grabbing a midnight drink, unable to sleep. She flashes back to the year 1971, where she talks with the lead Supreme
I feel like it always takes a few episodes for American Horror Story to find it’s footing each season, but with this week I can safely say I like where the show is heading. The main conflicts and themes are becoming evident, and the groundwork has been set so that
And we’re baaaaack! It’s time for another wild and twisted tale from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk with Season Three of American Horror Story. Season One focused on ghosts and Season Two focused on, well…probably too many things in my opinion. With this season we’re (hopefully) back to one stronger uniting central
American Horror Story: Coven is set to premiere on FX on October 9 at 10 pm. The 13-Part Miniseries will air Wednesdays through January.The cast includes Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Angela Bassett, Gabourey Sidibe, Evan Peters, Taissa Farmiga, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Denis O’Hare, Emma Roberts, and Patti LuPone.
Welcome to 2013 American Horror Story: Asylum fans! Here is an episde recap for the new year , so let’s get to it! This week’s episode, “The Name Game,” referred to an episode not only about identity, but also to the practice of “naming” a demon during exorcism, all wrapped
Pregnancy was the main theme in last week’s episode, though this being American Horror Story, that episode was of course called “The Coat Hanger.” We open in the modern day, with a man claiming to be named John Morgan (Dylan McDermott) meeting a therapist (called Dr. Gardner) who may be
I’ve always enjoyed how American Horror Story has found ways to tie itself into the holiday season (last season surprised us by ending in a rather sweet way around Christmastime) and this last week’s Christmas episode proved to be fun in its own way, though not without some missteps. We