If there's one thing you should know about American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy, it's that the man loves to drop a hint. In fact, pretty much every season of American Horror Story comes with secret hints about the theme for the subsequent season. Show More Summary
“American Horror Story: Cult” had the biggest seven-day gains among…
Colton Haynes couldn't have said it better -- it was great that 'American Horror Story' producers cut out a shooting scene in the wake of the Vegas massacre. We got the 'AHS: Cult' star at LAX where we asked him about Tuesday's episode…
Image Source: FX Networks The next episode of American Horror Story: Cult has an unusual episode title: "Valerie Solanas Died For Your Sins: Scumbag." It almost sounds like just a random assortment of words strung together, right? Well,...Show More Summary
Warning: This video contains the full, unedited mass shooting scene from American Horror Story: Cult. This week, American Horror Story: Cult went down an even darker path. Kai's latest master plan includes pulling off a mass shooting at one of his political rallies, with the help of his loyal love, Meadow. Show More Summary
In the opening sequence of “Mid-Western Assassin,” the American Horror Story: Cult episode that was sent to critics before it aired Tuesday night, a low-angle shot of an American flag is suddenly interrupted by gunfire. The camera trains on Ivy (Alison Pill) at a political rally as the shots proliferate and people around her are mangled by bullets. Show More Summary
Colton Haynes teased a sex scene between he and Billy Eichner on this week’s episode of American Horror Story: Cult and viewers were not disappointed. [SPOILERS AHEAD] I have a feeling there could possibly be some sexual contact between @billy… Read The post Colton Haynes and Billy Eichner Had Some Steamy Sex on ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Many American Horror Story: Cult fans wonder whether Dr. Vincent is involved in the cult. The victims of the murders know all their fears and Kai uses smiley faces to mark his prey, both of which connect to Vincent. In the latest episode...Show More Summary
Watch Colton Haynes and Billy Eichner Get It On During This ‘AHS’ Gay Sex Scene During this 'American Horror Story: Cult' (AHS) gay sex scene, Colton Haynes and Billy Eichner make sweet love while Sarah Paulson watches Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Now that we're deep in the belly of American Horror Story: Cult, we have quite a few things figured out. We know, beyond all doubt, who plays who in the creepy masked clown cult. We know that Ally is Oz's birth mother. We even have a sneaking suspicion about Dr. Show More Summary
It’s still hard to believe American Horror Story: Cult managed to turn the absolute mess this season made early on around, but here we are. While this episode wasn’t nearly as scary as last week’s, […] The post American Horror Story Dials Back the Scares, but Keeps Things Tense Enough appeared first on Geek.com.
Fans finally learned why Ivy hates Ally so much in this week's episode of American Horror Story: Cult. Voting for Jill Stein was just the tip of the iceberg. The hatred runs deeper: all the way back to Oz's birth. When joining the cult, she told Kai that she didn't want Ally murdered because it would hurt Oz too much, but she does want full custody. Show More Summary
Episode six of American Horror Story: Cult was filled with more "holy shts" than we could count, but more than anything, we need to break down the crippling and eventually fatal plot twist that went down with Leslie Grossman's character,...Show More Summary
Minor spoilers for American Horror Story: Cult below! Ever since episode five of American Horror Story: Cult, we've had a sneaking suspicion that Beverly (Adina Porter) is not long for this world. She starts off the series as a hard-working,...Show More Summary
(Every week, we’re going to get the discussion going about American Horror Story: Cult by answering one important question: who is the main villain of the episode?) American Horror Story: Cult took a turn in Episode 6 by giving AllyShow More Summary
This story contains spoilers about Tuesday’s episode of American Horror Story: Cult.American Horror Story frequently bases its creepy fiction on real-life events and people, from actual murders to performers in genuine freak shows. But in its seventh season, American Horror Story: Cult, the anthology series takes that approach to of-the-moment ... More »
Ally learns a valuable lesson in trusting people in this episode of American Horror Story: Cult, titled "Mid-Western Assassin." The heavily edited episode shows just how deep fear runs and the sadistic mindset of a cult. While Ally believes she's doing the right thing to save a friend, she finds herself lost, alone and afraid more than ever before. Show More Summary
Dammit, cults! Tonight's American Horror Story dug even deeper into the creepy and disgusting world of Kai's (Evan Peters) burgeoning cult, telling the story of how he seduced his...
Tragedies in real life occasionally influence what TV shows will air, and American Horror Story made the decision to edit a mass shooting scene in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. Here's how the episode changed.
FX's 'American Horror Story: Cult' mass shooting episode was edited to respect the victims of the Las Vegas massacre. read more