I think there’s a reason why American Horror Story has always been really hit-or-miss with me in the past: It’s very difficult to make a compelling and scary story over the course of an entire season of television. Long form storytelling and horror aren’t really an easy pairing. Yes, you can look at some books that Stephen King books as evidence that it can work, as well as previous seasons of American Horror Story, but it’s a very tough thing to do.
For "Chapter 4," American Horror Story: Roanoke kicked the exposition into high gear, and we learned how this season connects to an important element of Freak Show.
FX certainly had American Horror Story fans good and annoyed over the course of the past few months, when they decided to throw a bunch of teasers at us — most of which had absolutely nothing to do with the theme of this season. Las...
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