Well, I guess it can't be rainbows and colostrum every week. This episode skipped a lot of the usual camp fun in favor of some goth shenanigans and serious carnage. Things got off to a gory start with poor Grace, who is having a seriously heavy flow day i more
I have heard about the lips of an angel, but all it takes are the lips of a dark angel to bring Grace back to life. Viewers are welcomed by a new character in episode seven, who is the focus of "Dark Cousin."
This dark angel who saves Grace may be the more
" Dark Cousin " was an odd episode of American Horror Story: Asylum and not in the normal American Horror Story freaky, scary, or horrific way. It felt like a transitional hour that moved characters from one place to another. In most cases, they moved ph more
Sister Jude gets a big surprise -- and for once, it's not entirely a bad one. Sister Mary Eunice gets a shock, too, when an angel of death (Frances Conroy) drops in for a visit and seemingly has no intention of leaving. Kit and Lana both plot to escape th more
You know someone had to be in trouble when "American Horror Story: Asylum" spends so much time introducing an angel of death (Frances Conroy).Conroy's dark angel kept popping up throughout "Dark Cousin" threatening to help ease Lana (Sarah Paulson), Siste more
After this week's episode of American Horror Story: Asylum, one thing is certain - I'm thankful for the amazing cast and crew of this show. This past week's Thanksgiving Eve episode, "The Origins o... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Lisa_McGrath/2012/11/28/ more
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/