On last week’s premiere of season six of American Horror Story we were introduced to the Millers on a frightumentary called My Roanoke Nightmare. Shelby has already made contact with two of the spirits that roam her land, and we anxiously await as the haunting begins in earnest. Will the Millers learn more about the missing colony? Read the rest of this entry
American Horror Story is back and we are promised new scares. We loyally traveled down the dark corridors of the last five seasons beginning with: Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, and finally, Hotel. But, until tonight, the theme for season six was kept more secret than Trump’s tax returns and medical records. Tonight showrunner Ryan Murphy finally revealed the season six theme with a vengeance. Read the rest of this entry
I had fun with the Motts and our friends at the “Freak Show,” but now it’s time to travel to sunny Los Angeles. Wes Bentley from season one’s “Murder House” is back as John Lowe, a detective investigating a series of murders. Lady Gaga joins the outstanding cast and crew of one of the best horror show around, “American Horror Story.” Are you ready to check into the Hotel Cortez? Your room is this way. Read the rest of this entry
For many people, October means fall weather, Halloween costumes and pumpkin patches. Yeah, that stuff is fun, but for me, the month of October is the return of two of my favorite shows. What will we be seeing on “American Horror Story: Hotel,” and what is happening with our favorite lawman, Rick Grimes, on “The Walking Dead“? Sing a few lines of Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” and follow me. Read the rest of this entry
Born: April 20, 1949 in Cloquet, Minnesota
Did You Know?
She is one of only ten actors to have been nominated for both a Supporting and Lead Acting Academy Award in the same year for their achievements in two different movies.
Has a daughter, Shura (Alexandra) Baryshnikov, whose father is Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history.
I don’t know about you, but I’m still catching my breath after watching season three of “American Horror Story: Coven.” New Orleans will never be the same and neither will television viewers who were offered titillating scripts and outstanding performances from all the cast. What was my favorite episode? Grab your broomstick and find out. Read the rest of this entry
I bet the network was freaking out when they learned that the third episode of AHS: Asylum was going to air on Halloween. If that wasn’t crazy enough, the episode revolves around a vicious storm, and this weekend my area was in the path of Hurricane Sandy. Coincidence? Or do Murphy and Falchuk have occult powers?
The first season of American Horror Story was one of my favorite shows of last year and was a godsend for many fans of the genre. While many of the horrors on the show were supernatural, the show really excelled at exploring psychological and social darkness as well. This was something it shared with another popular horror series, The Walking Dead. After the success of last year, there was much anticipation for the second season, subtitled Asylum. Did the first episode live up to the hype?
Find out after the jump!
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As I’ll be covering American Horror Story’s second season in the coming weeks, both Andy and I agreed that a recap of the first season’s events is in order. The first season focuses on the Harmon family, who has their fair share of issues long before any ghosts show up. The most prominent is the fallout from Dr. Harmon’s affair with one of his patients. His relationship with his wife Vivian is strained at best, and their daughter resents them both. They’ve moved to a mansion in Los Angeles as a means to a fresh start, but it isn’t long before their demons and a slew of other malevolent spirits and unwelcome neighbors come on the scene to wreak twisted, over-the-top havoc.
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WARNING: The following post may contain spoilers on some of your favourite shows so please proceed at your own risk!
Ryan Murphy, co-creator of American Horror Story has spilled some information on the show’s second season location and characters. Murphy appeared at an Academy of Television Arts & Sciences event honoring the FX series on Wednesday and confirmed that it will be “set on the East Coast at an institution for the criminally insane that is run by Jessica [Lange].” The show also recently announced the casting of French actress Lizzie Brocheré, whose character was likened to Angelina Jolie’s hospitalized sociopath in Girl, Interrupted. Murphy also confirmed reports that Maroon 5 frontman and Voice judge Adam Levine had signed on for Season 2. “He’s a sexy guy so he needs to play a sexy guy, but the guy is different than who you think he would play,” Murphy shared. As previously reported, Zachary Quinto, Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson and Lily Rabe — who in Season 1 played Chad, Tate, psychic Billie Dean and doctor’s wife Nora — are set to return for Season 2 but as different characters according to TVLine.