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 REQUIEM FOR MISS PITTYPAT National treasure Kathy Bates, shown here mournfully pondering seven different ways she could kill you. Go ahead, make a joke about Harry's Law. She dares you.
REQUIEM FOR MISS PITTYPAT National treasure Kathy Bates, shown here mournfully pondering seven different ways she could kill you. Go ahead, make a joke about Harry's Law. She dares you.
Episode 02 | Aired Oct 16, 2013


Zoe and Madison pull a Frankenstein, while Delia explores alternative fertility treatments. Plus: Jessica Lange vs. Angela Bassett, Round One.
By Darren Franich at EW






The seconde episode of American Horror Story: Coven began with a recently deceased alligator biting into the neck of a poacher and dragging him kicking and screaming into the bayou. The swamp was shot to look exactly like the Devil's Bayou in The Rescuers, and last night's episode becomes even better if toi choose to believe that the vengeful undead alligators were actually Brutus and Nero. (The Rescuers...
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 What Evil Lurks In The Hearts Of Men? Only Sister Mary (Lily Rabe) knows. AND THE DEVIL INSIDE HER.
What Evil Lurks In The Hearts Of Men? Only Sister Mary (Lily Rabe) knows. AND THE DEVIL INSIDE HER.
Episode 03 | Aired Oct 31, 2012


'American Horror Story' recap: Cinema No Paradiso
Devil-possessed Sister Mary turns Sister Jude's movie night into a bloody black mass in 'Nor'easter'
By Jeff Jensen at EW.com





Inside the wasteland of The Asylum, the horror freaks are amusing themselves to death.

Bloody Face, a legendary serial killer who wears a stitched mask made from flayed female flesh, hammers on the steel door separating him from Teresa, a kinky creepshow fetishist whose perverse passion for Chiller channel pop is now biting her in the ass. She scampers to snatch her phone and call for help but...
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 WE ARE NEVER EVER EVER GETTING BACK TOGETHER! Lana Winters discovers one plus acide, sure reason to really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, re
WE ARE NEVER EVER EVER GETTING BACK TOGETHER! Lana Winters discovers one more sour reason to really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, re
Episode 09 | Aired Dec 12, 2012

The monsters of The Asylum try to redeem themselves (or pretend to) in an episode filled with cliffhangers and one nasty manteau hanger
By Jeff Jensen at EW





Johnny morgan needed to change. He was a walking, talking mistake of a man, and he desperately needed correction. He had “impulses,” toi see. Unbearable, bewildering urges. They’d been there all of his misbegotten, unwanted life, from his foster accueil childhood back in the jour to his wayward adulthood here in the new century present. In the beginning, Johnny only wanted to peel the flesh off deceased animals....
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 TO BE FRANK, ou NOT TO BE FRANK? Franka Potente as Anne Frank... ou someone who thinks she's Anne Frank. Which Persona is she?
TO BE FRANK, OR NOT TO BE FRANK? Franka Potente as Anne Frank... or someone who thinks she's Anne Frank. Which Persona is she?
Episode 04 | Aired Nov 7, 2012


Secrets are exposed as Anne Frank checks into The Asylum and goes gunning for a certain Nazi mad scientist
By Jeff Jensen at EW.com




She a dit her name was Anne Frank, and she wanted everyone to believe she was the Anne Frank, the Anne Frank of history, because she sincerely believed she was. Was she nuts? Possessed? Pulling a con in pursuit of some clandestine purpose? She was as dubious as Kit Walker claiming UFO abduction, yet she had proof. She had a death camp tattoo on her arm and memories of Auschwitz in her head, and a vivid recollection of one Nazi in particular,...
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 STARLET UNBOUND Madison Montgomery is named after the capitol cities of Wisconsin and Alabama, respectively. She shares alliterative initials with Marilyn Monroe and shares a Marilyn Monroe fixation with Lindsay Lohan. Unlike either of those ladies, Madis
STARLET UNBOUND Madison Montgomery is named after the capitol cities of Wisconsin and Alabama, respectively. She shares alliterative initials with Marilyn Monroe and shares a Marilyn Monroe fixation with Lindsay Lohan. Unlike either of those ladies, Madis
Episode 01 | Aired Oct 9, 2013








A bewitching new season of the horror anthology introduces a new world of mystery and terror
By Darren Franich at EW.com








The first heure of American Horror Story: Coven featured two escalating instances of homicidal telekinetic vengeance, a shot of the flayed skinless face of an enslaved human being, the apparently quite painful transformation of a man into a minotaur, the deflowering of a virgin teenager, various forms of sexual assault (including two instances of brain-imploding vagina dentata), the apparent deaths of three main characters (one already resurrected),...
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 GETTING BUGGY Sister Mary (Lily Rabe) and Frank (Fredric Lehne) try to make sense of current events in "Dark Cousin."
GETTING BUGGY Sister Mary (Lily Rabe) and Frank (Fredric Lehne) try to make sense of current events in "Dark Cousin."
Episode 07 | Aired Nov 28, 2012

An angelic femme fatale brings the promise of eternal peace to the suffering souls of The Asylum in 'Dark Cousin'
By Jeff Jensen at EW




Divine intervention broke into the bedeviled world of American Horror Story: Asylum, but she did not come bringing truth for the deceived, ou justice for the wronged, ou liberation for the oppressed. The only balm she had for the suffering, the only release she had for the stricken, was a Kiss of death. She called herself “Shachath." In ancient Aramaic, the word means “destroy” ou “spoil” ou “go to ruin.” She insinuated...
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The Harmon accueil has become one crowded house. American Horror Story goes into its first-season finale after stuffing its main set with at least two dozen ghosts, with plus sure to be added after tonight. It's a wonder that Ben, Viv, and violet took so long to notice all the Supernatural shenanigans afoot, considering that they've got the numerical equivalent of an erratically populated frat house living in their Hancock Park manse! (Well, maybe it's not a wonder that Ben took so long to notice. He is a handsome idiot, after all.) With all those spirits trapped in the Harmon home, we thought...
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 "At least I'll be out of this house." Vivien (Connie Britton) was betrayed par the living, psychologically tortured par the dead, and came to the realization that she had been raped par something hideously inhuman in "Rubber Man."
"At least I'll be out of this house." Vivien (Connie Britton) was betrayed by the living, psychologically tortured by the dead, and came to the realization that she had been raped by something hideously inhuman in "Rubber Man."
The lady of the house drifts from room to room like a ghost. She is trying very hard to keep hold of her mind. A violation has occurred. Something alien has taken possession of her home. Something profane has desecrated her sacred space. Nothing is as it should be. The décor – “cheap” and “vulgar” -- is not her décor. The furniture, the pottery, the stacks of livres – a thin tome on Greta Garbo; another called Interiors – belong to another time, place, and sensibility. “Who are you? What did toi do to my house?” asks Norah Montgomery, full of despair. “I am terribly confused.”...
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 Livestrong and Prosper. Lana Winters and Kit Walker represented two different kinds of confession, redemption, and happily ever after in "Madness Ends." One was worth modeling. The other... not so much?
Livestrong and Prosper. Lana Winters and Kit Walker represented two different kinds of confession, redemption, and happily ever after in "Madness Ends." One was worth modeling. The other... not so much?
Episode 13 | Aired Jan 23, 2013

An interview with Lance... er, Lana Winters leads to confessions, revelations, and one plus battle with Bloody Face in 'Madness Ends'
By Jeff Jensen at EW




For the seconde time this season, American Horror Story: Asylum unintentionally tapped the zeitgeist in a way only super-psychic Billie Dean Howard could have foreseen. On Halloween, we watched a “Nor’Easter” lash Briarcliff Manor Sanatorium during a black mass movie night as Hurricane Sandy completed its terrifying week-long rampage up and down the East coast. Last night, less than a week after Lance Armstrong...
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 Damn Plucky. Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) conspires to take control of her fate in "The Name Game."
Damn Plucky. Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) conspires to take control of her fate in "The Name Game."
Episode 10 | Aired Jan 2, 2013

Death and regime change come to The Asylum, as the powerful take a tumble and the misfits take charge. And dance!
By Jeff Jensen at EW.com




When we last saw Monsignor Timothy before the holiday break (Happy New Year, par the way), the man who would be pope had been nailed to a chapel traverser, croix like Christ himself par a Bad Santa and appeared doomed for a smooch from soul-sucking Shachath. But last night's episode of American Horror Story revealed that the black winged femme fatale had not dropped par for a dark night of the soul booty call. The angelic buzzard had a message...
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Episode 02 | Aired Oct 24, 2012

Sister Jude engages in spiritual warfare with a shrink, a possessed child and her own demons in 'Tricks and Treats'
By Jeff Jensen at EW




Twilight in The Asylum, and a devil is on the loose.

Bloody Face, an iconic serial killer, stands at one end of a corridor within the mischief-wrecked deathtrap that is Briarcliff Manor Sanatorium. The bogeyman cuts a terrifying figure -- trenchcoat, work gloves, a mask made of stitched human flesh. (What big green wolfish eyes toi have, peeping through those holes!) He/She/It grips an orbitoclast, the ice pick lobotomy tool, invented...
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Spoilers if toi havent watched Halloween Parts One and Two!

Tonight was the wrap-up to American Horror Story’s two-part Halloween installment, and viewers learned plus about the dark past of Tate (Evan Peters). It appears that the school shooting fantasies plaguing Tate were not a dream but a reality, and his victims came calling for a little payback (or at least recognition of the heinous thing he had done). Plus, Constance (Jessica Lange) admitted to violet that Tate was one of her children! EW talked to co-creator Ryan Murphy about tonight’s episode, and what’s in store for suivant week’s...
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[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story, "Smoldering Children." Read at your own risk.

Um, worst boyfriend ever?

So Tate, it turns out, decided it was best for violet not to know she had accidentally killed herself and instead proposed that the two commit (fake) suicide and live in Murder House happily ever after. Because of course that trumps boarding school! And when that idea didn't go over so well, he took poor violet to see her decaying, fly-bait of a corpse, which he had stashed in a crawl l’espace beneath the house. Because that's...
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 Pass The Nutmeg. Sister Mary shares her recipe for being devilish with Creepy Jenny in "The Origins Of Monstrosity."
Pass The Nutmeg. Sister Mary shares her recipe for being devilish with Creepy Jenny in "The Origins Of Monstrosity."
Episode 06 | Aired Nov 21, 2012

Sister Mary and assorted Briarcliff devils reveal their "Origins Of Monstrosity" in a very special Thanksgiving episode. (Not!)
By Jeff Jensen at EW.com





The problem of evil is a tricky little devil. There is no single ou simple answer to explain wickedness. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't ask and explore the question. ("If a way to the better there be, it lies in taking a full look at the worst" – Thomas Hardy.) Indeed, Ernest Becker – the famed cultural anthropologist who wrote The Denial of Death and Escape From Evil – believed that the root of humanity’s...
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 Jessica Lange returns for her third season on "American Horror Story".
Jessica Lange returns for her third season on "American Horror Story".
The hit FX Network Golden Globe Nominated horror-drama series American Horror Story has been renewed for a third season and the award winning casting team is now holding auditions for new series regulars and guest stars. The show's format is anthology based, whereas the story, characters, and location for each season is different. The show's guest stars and extras will be cast throughout the season. After two seasons shooting in Los Angeles, the series moves to The Big Easy for it's third season. Filming begins in July, 2013 in New Orleans, LA.

"American Horror Story: Coven" will center on...
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When it comes to stories about relationships ruined par horndog infidelity, the blonde bombshell wrapped in red is usually the other woman, not the woman destroyed. But American Horror Story is not a montrer to indulge conventional thinking. The an is 1983, five years after the Infantata shredded the redheaded twins in the basement of chopped up baby parts. The house was derelict then. Now it is restored, accueil to a car salesman and his wife. Moira the housekeeper is not yet a female Janus with a dead right eye. She’s Moira Jr. young, though Moira Sr. weary. She’s smoothing the sheets when...
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SPOILER ALERT IF toi HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST EPISODE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY!!!!

The FX hit has been building to Vivien (Connie Britton) finally giving birth and boy did that NOT disappoint. “Birth” was arguably AHS‘ most intense heure to rendez-vous amoureux, date and marked the death of Vivien Harmon. It also showcased a delicious chienne fight between Constance (Jessica Lange) and Chad (Zachary Quinto) as well as the demise of the l’amour affair between Tate (Evan Peters) and violet (Taissa Farmiga). Plus, we saw the infantata again…really close up!!! With only Dec. 21′s season finale left, EW talked...
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SPOILER ALERT IF toi HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST EPISODE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY! SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER!

Tonight’s American Horror Story opened with one of the most disturbing sequences I’ve seen on TV: the mass shooting of the students of Westfield High par Tate (Evan Peters). Utterly haunting. Viewers also once again saw the hospital technician who fainted upon seeing Vivien’s ultrasound. Basically, it appears Vivien (Connie Britton) is pregnant with a demon baby. No big shocker there. And we saw a guest appearance par Modern Family‘s Eric Stonestreet who was plagued with paranoia...
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MAJOR SPOILER ALERT IF toi HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY EPISODE!

It’s the mystery that AHS fans have been wondering about for the past eight episodes of FX’s thriller: Who is Rubber Man? Well we finally got our answer in the latest installment of the Ryan Murphy/Brad Falchuk creepfest. The man in the rubber fetish suit is…

Tate (Evan Peters)! Yes the ghostly son of Jessica Lange’s Constance and the boyfriend of violet (Taissa Farmiga) is the fella who impregnated Violet’s mom, Vivien (Connie Britton), with twins. I’m fairly certain that a ghost/human spawn can’t...
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SPOILER ALERT IF toi HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST EPISODE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY! SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER!

Well, now we’ve met three of Constance’s four children. Tonight’s American Horror Story featured the introduction of Beau, who haunts the attic of the Harmon house after being smothered par Larry (Denis O’Hare). Beau was in desperate need of a hot oil hair treatment and a mani/pedi to say the least. Viewers also learned what exactly the “infantata” is (basically it’s a Frankenstein baby who does not enjoy breast feeding). The episode also ended with what appeared to be the...
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