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...
Twisted mother issues and bizarre baby trouble curdle the horror and spoil some heroic triumphs in 'Spilt Milk' By Jeff Jensen at EW
Johnny Morgan, the man who believed he was the son of Bloody Face, sat in the gloom of his suspected father’s old accueil stewing in his scruffy tank-top skank and toking on a hacher, hachage pipe while waiting for something stronger to make the pain go away. She arrived in the form of a call girl named Pandora, a spirited treasure chest filled with playful vice, whose bulging bosom was plus juiced than usual thanks to a récent transformation:...
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...
"HEIL ME!" Suspected Nazi war criminal Dr. Arden bluffed Sister Jude out of power and silenced a threat to his freedom with a few taps of his orbitoclast in the conclusion of "I Am Anne Frank."
Episode 05 | Aired Nov 14, 2012
Not a good night for the ladies, as Bloody Face shows his true face and Dr. Arden seizes control of The Asylum By Jeff Jensen at EW
Sister Jude Lost her power. Lana Winters Lost her freedom. Grace Lost control of her body, and then her voice, while “Anne Frank,” married name charlotte Brown, born charlotte Cohen, Lost her mind and all of her identities. The seconde part of “I Am Anne Frank” was one goosestep vers l'avant, vers l’avant for the wolfish Mad Men of Briarcliff Manor Sanatorium, one giant leap backward for women and their fight for self-determination. As usual,...
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,...