It's one miserable Christmas at Briarcliff, with Ian McShane ("Deadwood") guest starring as a serial killer Santa, Sister Mary Eunice decorating the tree with inmates' hair and Sister Jude popping up determined to do battle with the devil. http://www.hitf more
It was Santa Claus versus Sister Jude tonight as Ian McShane guest starred as Leigh, a serial killer that arrived at Briarcliff after murdering 15 people dressed as Santa. Leigh finds that donning the red suit helps him remember his “Christmas Spirit”, wh more
Despite the excessive amount of genre juggling this season, one of the joys of American Horror story will always be watching acclaimed film and TV actors sink their formidable teeth into tawdry and deranged roles. When it was announced a few months back t more
Holiday episodes are usually a great chance for TV shows to go all warm and fuzzy, but not "American Horror Story: Asylum." Unless you consider a killer Santa Claus, an evil nun and a duplicitous Nazi great examples of Christmas cheer.Throw in the alien a more
Even Briarcliff celebrates Christmas! What would American Horror Story: Asylum be without a visit from an insane Santa? "Unholy Night" gives viewers a guest appearance by Ian McShane as an insane Santa Claus. You may know McShane from the HBO show more
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Episode 8 of FX's " American Horror Story: Asylum ," titled "Unholy Night."
Ho, ho, ho, oh boy. Ian McShane sure is one creepy Santa , right? Briarcliff celebrated the holidays the only way it could: with more
Christmas at Briarcliff was definitely an " Unholy Night " thanks to the evil-possessed soul of Sister Mary Eunice.
Instead of focusing on the scary, the story has shifted into a battle between good and evil with the sides becoming more clearly develop more
Bad Santa’s in town this week. Jude faces down the Devil in Mary Eunice, but the outcome remains to be seen. Dr. Arden appears to be on a redemptive path, but it turns out he isn’t, and the bright alien lights return at the end. http://blogs.wsj.com/speak more