Just when you thought it was safe to go back in your house, American Horror Story: Cult comes along to destroy your sanity. Season seven's third episode not only added a whole bunch more people to the cult and two new, ill-fated characters, but it also gave the internet a LOT of feelings. Show More Summary
Who would have thought American Horror Story Season 7 would emerge as one of the best seasons of the anthology series? When American Horror Story Season 7 Episode 3 got underway, we got to meet a couple who were being a little too positive about things. Show More Summary
In the show's typical style, American Horror Story: Cult gets deeper but more confusing as the weeks go on. The smiley face killer is back and marking far more people than ever before. But that's not all that's happening in this once quiet neighborhood. Between green mist, microwaved guinea pigs and smiley-faced badges, does anybody really know what's going on or who to trust?
We can officially add "being trapped in a coffin" to the list of irrational fears we now have thanks to American Horror Story. Why does this show insist on doing this to us? What...
The theme of American Horror Story season seven is Cult, and the show has been taking a look at the idea of a few different types of cults: when a leader gains a cult-like following, like in politics; a cult of killer clowns, which is...Show More Summary
“I am one of you.” It’s what Ally screams at the protestors as they surround her car, calling for justice for the man she killed in a moment of unfounded fear. It’s a ridiculous statement from someone facing down picket signs with her own face on them, but also one of the cleverest moments of post-election commentary… Read more...
The best thing about this entire episode is when Ivy finally smack Ally across the face. I have never wanted to slap a person more in my life, and I once spent an entire afternoon watching videos of Ted Cruz on the internet. All it took Ivy to finally lash ... More »
American Horror Story: Cult may have already put a main character down, while seemingly revealing another character's villainous nature.
[Warning: This post contains spoilers from Episode 3 of American Horror Story: Cult, "Neighbors From Hell."] As it turns out, Meadow (Leslie Grossman) and Harrison (Billy Eichner) are far more sinister than we previously thought. Tuesday...Show More Summary
[Warning: The following contains spoilers for American Horror Story: Cult's latest episode. Read at your own risk!] Did American Horror Story: Cult just deliver its first big death of the season? (No offense Roger or Pedro.) "Neighbors...Show More Summary
Image Source: FX Networks "Neighbors From Hell," the latest episode of American Horror Story: Cult, begins with a cold opening featuring a couple seeing Ally's therapist, Dr. Vincent. The problem is with Rosie, who has had a debilitating fear of coffins ever since her father repeatedly locked her in a cupboard as a young girl. Show More Summary
A new rumor claims that Finn Wittrock is ready to suit up as Nightwing in the upcoming DCEU Batman spin-off.
Sarah Paulson lets out an epic scream not once, not twice, but three times during her appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing on Tuesday (September 19). The 42-year-old American Horror Story: Cult star was the victim of three scare attacks by Ellen during her interview – Watch it all happen below! PHOTOS: Check out [...]
American Horror Story: Cult is currently underway, and the season is a remarkable return to form for the anthology series, which is semi-infamous for its great but occasionally hollow concepts. Still, even when the show flounders in plot, it’s an always-great showcase for actors looking to sink their teeth into meaty roles. Show More Summary
After starring in six seasons of American Horror Story, you'd think Sarah Paulson would be tough to scare. But it turns out the actress has a pretty low threshold for horror — because she was left trembling on the floor after being spooked not one, not two, but THREE times by scaremaster Ellen DeGeneres! First, the daytime [...]
Like Dante devising the unique hells that await sinners in each circle of The Inferno, Ellen Degeneres knows exactly which buttons to push on every celebrity. Talking about American Horror Story: Cult with Sarah Paulson, who plays a character who is afraid of clowns, Degeneres decided to surprise Paulson with scary ... More »
Sarah Paulson as Ally Mayfair-Richards on American Horror Story. Cult. Credit. Frank Ockenfels/FX American Horror Story has long been one of the most in-your-face shows on TV, layering fantastical plots with cartoonish violence and knowingly over-the-top acting. Show More Summary
If you've been living under a rock, scary clowns are 2017's nightmare of choice. You can thank the reboot of Stephen King's It or a new season of American Horror Story, but if you're uneasy about allegedly friendly child entertainers turning into demonic murderers, you might want to stay away from... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Gotham David Mazouz Camren Bicondova
So far, American Horror Story's seventh season, Cult, has given us plenty of meaty theories to sink our speculating claws into. From simple questions about who some Ryan Murphy favorites will be playing (Lily Rabe as Sharon Tate would be spot-on, no?) to why we shouldn't trust Ivy (Alison Pill), there's a lot to unpack. Show More Summary
You know about the security breach affecting 143 million Americans. You probably didn't know (perhaps don't want to know?) what Krebs on Security reported yesterday:But the official list of victim countries may not yet be complete: According...Show More Summary