An hourlong breather of an episode, this week was more about explaining motives than moving the story forward. http://www.tv.com/news/american-horror-story-asylum-the-origins-of-monstrosity-review-holla-backstory-photo-recap-30132/
There are Nazi doctors, possessed nuns, murderous children, and serial murderers that wear the skin of their victims. With all of that craziness in one place, it can only be American Horror Story: Asylum . In “The Origins more
In the first part of this two part episode, we were introduced to our newest addition to Briarcliff – Anne Frank. The last time we saw Sister Jude, it was obvious she was warming up to the idea tha... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Lisa_McGrath/2012/11/22/ more
Hi everybody! Happy Thanksgiving! What are you doing reading this? Shouldn't you be hanging out with your families instead of reading an American Horror Story recap? Haha, kidding. People who watch this show don't have families. I'm sorry I wasn't here la more
Now that we know who Bloody Face is we can see the true madness behind the mask. Despite Bloody Face's identity being revealed, there are still plenty of questions for viewers to find out in season two of American Horror Story . How did Dr. Thredson becom more
Evil comes from somewhere, right? Are some killers born, while others become that way due to their upbringing? An intriguing discussion of nature versus nurture. Or, perhaps lack of nurture would be more fitting.
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This week’s episode is called “The Origins of Monstrosity.” Some of the human monsters’ motivations are revealed (nothing on the aliens and their unhappy childhoods, yet).
The show gets into what motivates a killer as the "relationship" between Dr. Thredson and Lana deepens and a young psychopath stops by the asylum. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/starr-raving/posts/american-horror-story-recap-origins-of-monstrosity