Has the 2016 presidential campaign left you feeling terrified about the future of American politics? If so, take a break from that real-life horror story by watching The Purge's fictional one — it's almost as scary. The trailer for the...Show More Summary
The upcoming season of "American Horror Story" is rumored to take on the concept of Slender Man.
Super Bowl L kicked off with another capital L: Lady GaGa! The American Horror Story star took the field to sing the National Anthem before the game between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos and Belted. It. Out. Related: Keep Up With ALL The Super Bowl News HERE! Not a bad way to kick off the game, right?! What'd [...]
Occupying a persona somewhere between her Tony Bennett collaborator phase and her dark American Horror Story countess, Lady Gaga stopped by the Super Bowl today to grace the world with her pipes. Gaga rocked a red pantsuit and red eyeliner, but was otherwise a little more restrained than she might have... More »
The Trumpening (Donald Trump / The Co... 1:30 Donald Trump stars in the scariest American horror movie of all time. Based on a true story. Submitted by: booyapictures Regular Keywords: donald trump trump politics Republican GOP presidential...Show More Summary
Alexandra Daddario is a rising talent in Hollywood, thanks in no small part to her exposure on Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story anthology series, in which she played Natacha Rambova. Now, Daddario says she would love to return to the series as another character, even though she’s keeping busy with big screen hits like 2015’s... Show More Summary
"American Horror Story" (AHS) season 6 will reportedly feature characters from "Creepypastas," based on the latest rumors on the FX series.
The writers and producers of FX anthology horror series "American Horror Story" may still be working on their next scary theme, but reports are already out that the next AHS villain could be the Slender Man.
From a seemingly endless supply of creepy-crawlies to a masterful hand on terrifying the sht out of us, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and American Horror Story have a lot in common. However, there is one tangible connection between the supernatural shows that you might've missed. Show More Summary
"American Horror Story," the horror anthology series on FX, has never failed to make waves in American television. After the end of season 5, which was marked by the award-winning performance of Lady Gaga, the anthology series has been renewed for a sixth season. Show More Summary
American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has formed a charitable foundation called Half, which is aimed at creating jobs for female, gay, and non-white filmmakers in the film and television industry. …Read More
The opening scene of FX’s new series The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story achieved true horror that no Ryan Murphy production previously has, not even the one named American Horror Story. Dread descended in the dreamlike moments leading up to the discovery of Nicole Brown Simpson’s mutilated body outside her home. Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy, creator of Glee, American Horror Story, and American Crime Story, has just launched a new program called Half, which will mandate that half of the directors on his shows will be either women or minorities. “I personally can do better,” the 50-year-old exec told THR. By the end of 2016, Ryan‘s goal is [...]
When I first heard of American Crime Story: The People v O.J. Simpson, I was intrigued. It is a story, like a lot of famous true crime tales, that has always fascinated me. The attachment to Ryan Murphy and the American Horror Story franchise was worrisome. Show More Summary
The first season of American Crime Story— the true crime anthology executive produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk of American Horror Story fame—is subtitled The People v. O.J. Simpson. If you lived through the 1995 O.J. Simpson trial than the evocative title is probably conjuring up memories of black gloves and Ford Broncos. But [...]Show More Summary
Fresh off her Golden Globe win for her role in the hit show "American Horror Story: Hotel," Lady Gaga has been announced as a performer at Super Bowl 50. The Grammy-winning singer/actress will sing the "Star-Spangled Banner" before the...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga ended 2015 on quite a high note, winning rave reviews - along with a Golden Globe - for her role on American Horror Story: Hotel. And now the singer's 2016 is off to an impressive start as well. She will sing the national anthem...Show More Summary
O say, can you see Lady Gaga at Super Bowl 50? Yes, you can. The multiplatinum singer and Globe-winning American Horror Story: Hotel actress is set to deliver “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the Big Game this Sunday on CBS. For football...Show More Summary
Fresh off Lady Gaga’s Golden Globe win for her portrayal as a wacky ingenue lookin’ for love in American Horror Story: Hotel, she will now embark on her biggest role yet: the lucky fool who gets to belt out the “Star Spangled Banner” to a stadium full of beer-addled football fans who are acting out their battle for America via sport. Show More Summary
Lady GaGa has been having a fantastic few months. Just after the singer won a Golden Globe for her performance in American Horror Story, the NFL announced on Tuesday that the artist will sing the national anthem at Sunday's Super Bowl game. Related: Lady GaGa To Perform At The Grammys! Right before the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos [...]