Just how many murders have happened in this house over the years? This time we open in 1968. Three young women are all dressed up and headed to the Hollywood Bowl to see The Doors perform. On their way out, they get into a snippy exchange with the house’s more
AMERICAN HORROR STORY “Home Invasion” Season 1 Episode 2 – This week, AMERICAN HORROR STORY gave me more of what I was expecting from the premiere episode from last Wednesday. From the opening scene to the end credits, A more
Things did a lot more than just go bump in the night on " Home Invasion ."
Following a premiere that felt like a cluttered mess , one in which Ryan Murphy appeared to be going for confusion over character, the second installment of American Horror Stor more
American Horror Story premiered its second episode “Home Invasion” on FX tonight, and if you’re anything like us you watched with the lights off and a full bucket of popcorn for all the creepy scares! And if you’re too frightened to watch the action more
"American Horror Story" seemed to really ramp up the scares for its second episode. What did you think?We thought the first episode was weird and creepy and had some scares, but episode two really took on the feel of a horror movie, at least at the Murder more
Los Angeles. 1978. The house stands derelict. Waiting to be possessed; perhaps waiting to do the same. Animal bones hang and clang from a gnarly old oak in the unkept yard like a morbid wind chime. A coded warning. No Trespassing . But it’s too late more
AMERICAN HORROR STORY Episode 1 – Huh. That’s pretty much what I have to say about the premiere of FX’s AMERICAN HORROR STORY . It was good, but it left me sort of perplexed. It also left me wanting more scares and less sex. Th more
My biggest fear regarding American Horror Story isn't related to any dire warnings of death, or any half-burned former owners or even any basement-dwelling ghosts.
It's simply this: that the new show from the minds of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck will more