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Fan fiction by Eviem99 posted over a year ago
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( Scene) The Harmon family in the car on the way to their new home.

Violet: L.A is full of creeps, drug dealers and killers, great place to move to. ( sarcastic tone of voice)

Ben: Hey crabby! cut it out. This house will be a new start for all of us

Violet: Whatever

Viv: You know Violet I wish you were a little more optimistic about this, you get to start over

( Violet does a big fake grin)

Viv: Forget I asked.

( Arrive at the new house)

Violet: Holy shit is that our house!

Viv: Yes it is, I think it's great.

Ben: And it was plenty cheap too

( Big 19th century mansion)

( Ben rings doorbell and waits at the door for answer)

( Violet sneaks off to look at outside of house)

Violet: Great, now we're the Adams family.

Ben: Violet get over here!

Viv: Something has to be wrong, houses like this aren't cheap Ben.
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Fan fiction by Eviem99 posted over a year ago
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(Scene: Violet at the bathroom sink slitting her wrists)

( Knock on the door)

Violet: What?

Viv: I think we need to talk, it's important.

Violet: I'm kinda busy

Viv: Well just... We'll talk later ok?

Violet: Whatever

( Vivein leaves)

( Boy comes into bathroom)

Tate; You're doing it wrong, if you're going to kill yourself you need to curt vertically, they can't stitch that up.

Violet: How did you get in here?

Tate: Also if you're trying to kill yourself, might also want to try locking the door.

( Tate leaves smiling)


( Scene, Tate and Violet in Violet's bedroom)

Tate: When are you starting highschool?

Violet: Monday.

Tate: West Craven right?, that place totally sucks, I got kicked out of there

Violet: Where do you live?

Tate: In the neighbourhood I guess,
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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The Harmon home 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 more 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 it was time for a roll call. Our rules: The ghosts only qualify for this list if they've appeared on-screen in ghost form, so no extra characters are included who were introduced in FX's backstory-expanding promotional websites. It's packed enough in there already!





Vivien Harmon
The most recent inductee into American Horror Story's Ghost Hall of Fame, Harmon family matriarch Vivien (or just "Viv," if you're Ben and you're bellowing) was raped during her first night in the house, nearly murdered by...
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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SPOILERS!SPOILERS!




Ben Harmon reaches the end of his rope and Tate's son shows his true colors in 'Afterbirth'

"Afterbirth,” the season finale of American Horror Story and possibly the series finale for Ben, Vivien and Violet Harmon, left me in limbo. My opinion pings between cool admiration and hot disappointment, between reflections like “It's Sartre's No Exit but with a happy ending! How ironic!” and snarky knee-jerk reactions like “That was lame. And Sartre? Can you be any more pretentious?!” (Sadly, I can.) Right now, I'm pinging toward the positive. The more I sit with the finale, and the more I re-watch it (three times, as of this writing), the more it grows on me, and the quality that initially irritated me the most – a surprisingly light tone that went for laughs instead of scares – becomes a virtue. In the spirit of the episode’s big theme, I should take personal responsibility for my experience and confess that my expectations set me up for inevitable let-down. After last week’s frothy and frightening peak installment, I was anticipating -- envisioning -- a terrifying...
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Opinion by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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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 space beneath the house. Because that's the best way to reveal that she's dead

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On one hand, poor Violet! On the other, she has really bad taste in guys.
Taissa Farmiga: I kinda caused it myself, yeah (laughs). It's all Violet's fault. She didn't even know she was dead. But Tate knew — and Tate's keeping even more secrets.
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Article by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY!!!!


Well, Ryan Murphy had promised last week that we would get closure on Violet’s status and we sure did: the Harmon daughter is indeed dead. She kicked the bucket a few episodes back when she took all those pills, attempting suicide. While it appeared Tate had saved her, he was in fact too late. Last night’s episode, “Smoldering Children,” also revealed that Tate was actually the one who burned Larry in a drug-induced rage before embarking on the school shooting. Heavy stuff but then there was some levity when Tate attacked Ben, who was wearing only a towel. For more on Ben’s “magical towel” (see photo for a lovely visual aid) as well as Violet’s big twist, EW talked to AHS maestro Ryan Murphy.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So Violet’s dead. Did you always plan on that happening?
RYAN MURPHY: That was a really interesting experience and I think we have such a wonderful writing staff and I adore them and love them. I always knew she was dead but I didn’t wanna tell people until I absolutely had to. So in the writer’s room as we’re...
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Opinion by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST EPISODE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY!



Tonight’s episode, “Spooky Little Girl,” revealed two more deaths that occurred in the infamous “Murder House”: Elizabeth Short aka “The Black Dahlia” (Mena Suvari) and Constance’s boytoy Travis (Michael Graziadei). The ghostly presences in that house are starting to really multiply. Perhaps the most chilling moment though occurred at the very end during a kitchen conversation between Constance (Jessica Lange) and Billie Dean (Sarah Paulson). Worried over what kind of child Tate (Evan Peters) and Vivien (Connie Britton) would conceive, Constance asked Billie Jean for her psychic opinion. Billie Jean revealed that any conception between the undead and the living would yield, according to the Catholic Church, the anti-christ who would bring about the End of Days. Well, that’s certainly going to put a damper on tree-trimming time at the Harmon house. EW talked to Ryan Murphy about tonight’s gruesome deaths and what’s in store for Vivien’s literally damned pregnancy.
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Opinion by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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"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 books – a thin tome on Greta Garbo; another called Interiors – belong to another time, place, and sensibility. “Who are you? What did you do to my house?” asks Norah Montgomery, full of despair. “I am terribly confused.”

A gentle hand squeezes her shoulder. “How could I comfort you,” the stranger says.

“My baby,” Norah says. “Where is my baby?”

In 1925, Thaddeus Montgomery was kidnapped and chopped up by an embittered madman. The next year, the baby was reassembled and revived by another. Her husband, Charles, had cut out the beating heart of a young woman that had come to him for an abortion to make the re-animated abomination, which Norah tried to love but couldn’t, which she tried to kill, but failed. This all happened decades ago, on...
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Opinion by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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MAJOR SPOILER ALERT IF YOU 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 bring anything but trouble. From the episode, viewers learned that Tate did the deed in order to grant original owner Nora (Lily Rabe) some peace after her own baby was dismembered and then transformed into the “infantata.” It’s safe to say that only AHS fans will appreciate or even understand the last couple sentences I’ve written. While EW normally chats with co-creator Ryan Murphy post-airing, this week we chatted Rubber Man himself, Evan Peters, on the totally twisted development.
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Opinion by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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SPOILER ALERT IF YOU 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 by 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 by Modern Family‘s Eric Stonestreet who was plagued with paranoia over the urban legend of Piggy Man — and frankly, I don’t blame him, based on the Piggy Man’s appearance. EW talked to co-creator Ryan Murphy about all the terror and what’s in store for next week.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why doesn’t Violet ever tell her parents the truth of what happened to Tate?
RYAN MURPHY: Well I think it’s a very Romeo and Juliet relationship. I think in this episode, just when you feel she’s going to do that and give into the tension, I think she sort of realizes she has fallen in love with him despite his...
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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When it comes to stories about relationships ruined by horndog infidelity, the blonde bombshell wrapped in red is usually the other woman, not the woman destroyed. But American Horror Story is not a show to indulge conventional thinking. The year 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, home 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 the man of the house bumbles in drunk. He's a handsome rake with a Schwarzeneggerian regard for The Help, and since the episode doesn't give him a name, let's call him The Man. The Man suggests they make a mess of the newly made bed. Moira refuses The Man. She says the one time they fooled around was a mistake. “I was just lonely,” she says. The Man, a smidge hurt, sweetens the offer. “You want a new Camaro? We got a new shipment in yesterday.” Moira doesn’t want the wheels, and she probably doesn’t like being treated like a whore, either. She just wants to do her job, and...
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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.

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 second 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 you choose to believe that the vengeful undead alligators were actually Brutus and Nero. (The Rescuers is so scary, you guys.)

While the poacher died a horrible death of simultaneous drowning and decapitation -- or drowncapitation as it's called on the whiteboard in the American Horror Story writers' room, where the staff famously spends every Monday afternoon innovating exciting new ways to kill people, before their evening ritual of drinking goat's blood and watching Funny Face -- another recently deceased creature looked in with vengeful timidity. The first time we met Lily Rabe's Misty Day,...
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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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?

Episode 13 | Aired Jan 23, 2013

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



For the second 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 spilled his guts (or tried to) with Oprah Winfrey about doping his blood to achieve cycling greatness, we watched a seventy-something superstar journalist Lana Winters look back on her eventful life during an epic TV interview and “come clean” about the lies and massaged facts that shaped her lucrative, illustrious brand. But was confession her intention all along? Or was she influenced by the unexpected presence of her most shameful secret, Johnny Morgan, the rape-seeded son of Bloody Face? At what point during the...
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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"I'LL FLY AWAY!" "Betty Drake" takes a (psychotic) break in "Continuum." The haggard survivor of Briarcliff horror vowed to make like The Flying Nun (which was based on her life's story, don't you know!) and flap away from The Asylum, even without her mag

Episode 12 | Aired Jan 16, 2013

Broken promises and shattered dreams abound as the survivors of Asylum horror move into the future in 'Continuum'
By Jeff Jensen at EW



Once there was a great society that tried to take hold in America. But some horrible things happened, and the story of our culture took the turns that brought us to today. I think we all know who’s responsible. That’s right: Those filthy freakin' aliens. Damn those shadowy monsters for turning the sixties into a boneyard of broken promises and shattered dreams! Damn those unsightly creatures for their hideous Otherness and unreasonable wants! Damn those weirdos for their queer ideas and strangelove ways! And most of all, damn them for the madness and destruction they inflicted on the members of the Kit Walker enclave, a would-be model of it-takes-a-village, can't-we-all-just-get-along mixed modern family esprit de corps. They could have been The New Normal. Instead, they became a tragedy. Damn you, aliens! A species-killing influenza pox upon you!
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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Episode 11 | Aired Jan 9, 2013

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 home stewing in his scruffy tank-top skank and toking on a hash 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 more juiced than usual thanks to a recent transformation: She was a new mom. “New and improved,” she flirtatiously cooed. “Had my baby three weeks ago.” Johnny wanted to know for sure that Pandora was the good-time object he ordered off the Internet: The website marketing her services focused only on her bust, and didn’t show her mug. “Oh, you won’t be looking at my face, not once these triple Ds come out to play,” she said. “Trust me. I haven’t had one complaint yet.” Yes, Pandora’s milkshake always brings the boys to the yard…
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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, by the way), the man who would be pope had been nailed to a chapel cross like Christ himself by 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 by for a dark night of the soul booty call. The angelic buzzard had a message from the Good Lord himself. Thou shalt purge The Asylum of the She-Devil in your midst! It was a chance for the Monsignor to do some bona fide pro bono after tainting himself with so much greedy, self-serving evil. By the end of the hour, the man of faith accomplished his God-given task, although we were left to wonder how much God or faith had anything to do with it. The clash that produced The Devil’s downfall (one of many that defined “The Name Game”) resembled a familiar cultural conflict – powerful man...
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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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 coat 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,” you see. Unbearable, bewildering urges. They’d been there all of his misbegotten, unwanted life, from his foster home childhood back in the day to his wayward adulthood here in the new century present. In the beginning, Johnny only wanted to peel the flesh off deceased animals. But then he realized there’s more than one way to skin a dead cat. You can skin living cats, too. Also? You can kill them. It was scary, at first. Then… amazing. And yet, the dark passenger that squatted in his head and burned with abominable desires could not be sated, and the quest for relief and fulfillment eluded him. (If only this proto-Dexter had a clever father to redirect his psychotic energies toward ironic good!)
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SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE SEASON FINALE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY!!!!!
I’m not sure there’s another show on TV that would have the guts to kill off its lead characters and that’s what makes AHS‘ finale such an exhilarating shocker. In the end, Ben Harmon (Dylan McDermott) joined his dead wife Vivien (Connie Britton) and dead daughter Violet (Taissa Farmiga) in the afterlife once vengeful ghost-stress Hayden (Kate Mara) hung him from the house’s balcony (If you were wondering what Ryan Murphy was alluding to in last week’s Q&A about “the most shocking scene we’ve ever done,” this is the moment he was talking about.) Plus, Constance (Jessica Lange) ended up with yet another baby who appears to be a deviant killer. EW talked to Ryan Murphy exclusively about the FX series’ twisty (and twisted) climax.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: The prologue seemed to tease that the house pulled the Harmons to it. Was that what you were implying?
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Review by laurik2007 posted over a year ago
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The satanic advent of a miraculous yet unholy pregnancy comes to a bizarre and unblessed head when tormented Vivien Harmon gives "Birth" to...

The year is 1984. It is morning again in America, or so the President claims. Born in the U.S.A. "Like A Virgin." Purple Rain. The Mac revolution begins with a hammer blow to Big Brother. A panic of Satanism and child abuse shocks the nation. The year’s top grossing movie teaches the world to sing a question: When there’s something strange in your neighborhood… Whoyougonnacall?

Constance Langdon -- one year after shooting her cheating husband Hugo and grinding his corpse into dog food -- is passed out drunk on the couch. Bills she can’t pay are piled on the table, next to the solitaire game she hasn’t finished. Soon, she will lose this house built by abortionist and monster maker, Dr. Charles Montgomery. Before then, she will lose her son’s heart to that dead man’s dead wife. Oh, well. Gotta cut that cord sooner or later, right, Constance?
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SPOILER ALERT IF YOU 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 hour to date and marked the death of Vivien Harmon. It also showcased a delicious bitch fight between Constance (Jessica Lange) and Chad (Zachary Quinto) as well as the demise of the love 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 to Ryan Murphy about the emotionally draining hour.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So I talked to Connie and she said when you guys first met, you told her this character would die.
RYAN MURPHY: Yes. We’ve really had the whole season mapped out from the beginning. In the meetings with the core actors, the three leads being Connie, Dylan and Jessica, as we tried to snare them we were albe to say this is where you start, this is the middle, and this is where you end up. So, yes, I was able to tell Connie really the whole run of the series. I think...
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SPOILER ALERT IF YOU 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 by 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 first moment where Vivien (Connie Britton) realized that this house may be haunted. With next week’s epic Rubber Man episode around the corner, EW talked to Ryan Murphy about all the Horror happenings.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why hasn’t Constance ever gone to jail for being the worst mother ever?
RYAN MURPHY: Funny you should ask. Two episodes from now we do a whole episode where Constance is called on the carpet for all of her crimes, all of them. And the question is how does she get out of it? Or does she?
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Spoilers if you havent watched Halloween Parts One and Two!

Tonight was the wrap-up to American Horror Story’s two-part Halloween installment, and viewers learned more 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 next week’s hour, titled “Piggy Piggy.” I’m scared already.


ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Whose hands are that under the bed that reach out for Violet? Is that someone new? Or is that the infantata?
RYAN MURPHY: No it’s supposed to be Hayden who is in the house. The clue is the muddy hand.

It seems like there’s some sexual tension between Vivien and Luke — will that progress?
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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

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 hour 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), Jessica Lange sucking the life out of the dude from The Event until he looked like the dude who chose poorly in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the tantalizing possibility that witchcraft will be a metaphor for Hurricane Katrina and the terrifying possibility that Hurricane Katrina will be a metaphor for witchcraft. All of this horror, and I haven't even mentioned the Mary Todd Lincoln joke.
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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 a family who moves across country after suffering a tragedy. The theme will be witches and witch hunts. Two-time Academy Award winner Jessica Lange will be playing a "glamor cat" and will be going at it against Academy Award winner Kathy Bates' mentally unstable character. Bates will portray a woman who, at the start, is Lange's character's best friend, but will become her worst enemy.
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THE DEVIL'S LITTLE HELPER Sister Mary helps Jean Valjean -- er, I mean Monsieur Lee Miserables get suited up for a Briarcliff slay ride in "Unholy Night"



Episode 08 | Aired Dec 5, 2012

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. But he's a devil-lovin' psycho who just hates the 'Unholy Night' of Christmas. Sorry.
By Jeff Jensen at EW



How does The Devil celebrate Christmas? With parties and presents, Brenda Lee's "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" and Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer. In other words: Pretty much like anyone else who celebrates Christmas. Which is a scary thought to consider. Hell’s Jingle Bells! The Lady Lucifer of American Horror Story is even a big believer in Santa Claus… although Ian McShane’s twisted, twinkle-eyed devil wasn’t quite the jolly old St. Nick of commercially burnished legend. Parents, do not let your children sit on this Santa’s lap.

His name was Lee, and he was a tenaciously demented mad man with a faintly Les Miz origin story. Once, he was just a petty criminal who made the mistake of being poor and hungry during the Advent season. Incapable of waiting patiently for provision like the other Lilies in the Field, the neo-American Jean Valjean was busted for shoplifting a loaf of bread. One night during his...
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