American Horror Story is a giant hit, and if you know a fan, we know how you can make a giant hit over the holidays, too. There are plenty of creative ideas out there for gifts to give the AHS fan, whether they loved Asylum or are just starting to get into Coven. Show More Summary
Last week's episode may have left me wanting more Jessica Lange, but not necessarily the sad, drunk Lange we got this week. (Did we learn nothing from last season's miserable Asylum?) At least some of the other characters were able....
Briefly: American Horror Story, which kicked off with the Murder House storyline in 2011 and passed into the Asylum and current Coven incarnations, will get a fourth season in 2014. No surprise there, as Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk‘s series has continued to grow its audience with each season. Coven sees the show becoming far […]
BY KARL PFEIFFER We kick off this week's episode by dealing with the cliffhangers of part one (echoing the two-part Halloween hijinks of "Murder House" and the two-part Anne Frank storyline of "Asylum"). Zoe dispatches the zombies with...Show More Summary
FX announced this Wednesday that they have renewed “American Horror Story” for a fourth season. The horror anthology series from Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk has taken on the sub genre of haunted houses, asylums and now witches. Season 4, which is said... Read More
Maybe I’m not the only one who likes “American Horror Story: Coven” more than the prior installment, “Asylum.” It feels like a lot of Season 1 actors are lobbying to return to the show. First it was Dylan McDermott, and now Connie Britton (who played... Read More
Have you been noticing how strangely controlled the creators behind American Horror Story have been this season? With Asylum, the terror took the form of everything from aliens to the devil to nazi doctors to serial killers — and that was all just in the first episode. So far in Coven, there's been witches, a franken-teen and...that's about it. Read more...
Dylan McDermott, who starred in FX’s debut season of “American Horror Story,” and made a shocking cameo in the second season, “Asylum,” hinted that he may also make an appearance in the now-airing “Coven”. “I start a movie called Survivor in January, with Milla Jovovich,... Read More
You want a list? Okay, here’s one that only carries a single item… Other than the whimpering finale of “American Horror Story: Asylum,” I’ve found nearly every episode of FX’s “American Horror Story” to be deeply satisfying. Even though Jessica Lange is the backbone of... Read More
While we wish this list also included “Coven,” Cable TV Blog has compiled what they believe is the complete list of every horror movie reference in FX’s “American Horror Story” and “American Horror Story: Asylum”, from creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. They ask, “Although... Read More
American Horror Story doesn't shy away from the horror genre, as evidenced by its name. Whether it's a haunted house, an asylum or a school for witches, FX's anthology series has helped to bring horror to the forefront on television. American...Show More Summary
Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "Some of the best TV out there right now. It's a horror fan's dream to have a legitimately scary show on the air."
It’s almost Halloween, time for witches and ghosts and demons, oh my! The supernatural may only be celebrated one day of the year, but at the Briarcliff Mental Institution, scene of American Horror Story: Asylum, the scary and seemingly...Show More Summary
Enter the Briarcliff Asylum, one of the cruelest locations on the face of the earth. Briarcliff is not only home to the deranged and the criminally insane, but also to Sister Jude and her sadistic medical staff. Kit Walker becomes one...Show More Summary
FX’s American Horror Story has helped change the way we consume terror tales on television. First of all, each season is self-contained and although some performers can be seen as different characters in each of the three seasons, they are entirely different stories. Show More Summary
FX’s “American Horror Story: Coven” launched Wednesday night to the anthology franchise’s biggest audience ever, reports EW. The debut was seen by 5.5 million viewers, up 44 percent from last year’s “American Horror Story: Asylum.” The episode also delivered a 3.0 rating among adults 18-49... Read More
If you watched even just the first five minutes of the premiere of American Horror Story: Coven last night, you know that creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk certainly haven’t lost their touch since Asylum and have plenty of disturbing tricks up their sleeves. Show More Summary
Goodbye, Nazis and aliens and insane asylums. Hello, witches and gang rapes and slave torturing. American Horror Story kicked off its third installment last night, taking FX viewers to New Orleans and setting up a series of very mysterious...Show More Summary
Note. Do not read on unless you've seen "American Horror Story: Coven," Episode 1, titled "Bitchcraft." We're most definitely not at Briarcliff anymore. Unlike its faster-paced, frenetic predecessor "American Horror Story: Asylum," "American Horror Story: Coven" is a slow burn. Show More Summary
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