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Ever since it was revealed by Ryan Murphy that all of the seasons of American Horror Story are connected, the anthology series hasn’t let audiences forget it. And we're about to get another great crossover.
For most of American Horror Story: Hotel, we’ve watched Wes Bentley walk around like a man who breathed alcohol fumes instead of oxygen, hunting down the Ten Commandments Killer. And now we know who he was hunting.
Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, FX wisely decided to hold off on airing a new episode of American Horror Story: Hotel. But check out the trailer for next week's episode.
We already know that American Horror Story: Hotel has some maniacal shit happening behind the door of Room 64, and tonight’s episode introduced us to what’s hiding inside of Room 33. Spoiler: it wasn't pretty.
It’s been a big week for renewals. NBC gave the greenlight to new seasons of a bunch of shows just yesterday and today cabler FX is joining the trend by announcing a brand new season of American Horror Story. Here's what we know.
As is generally the case after the first handful of American Horror Story episodes, Hotel currently has about 1,001 different character wheels spinning around one central location. And one of those characters is a serial killer.
Fans of American Horror Story will no doubt be familiar with the 7 arguments listed here, unless everyone else has completely like-minded friends and never spends any time haunting internet comment sections. Kudos to you, but for the rest of us, these are the discussions that this show has created over the years.
We’ve known for a while now that all of the seasons of American Horror Story are interconnected, and while we've already seen one connection from Murder House and Hotel, another one is coming.
Television over the years has seen creepy crawlies ranging from zombies to werewolves to vampires, but there’s nothing like a witch to give us nightmares. There are plenty of ways for a witch to be terrifying, and not all of them involve cauldrons or broomsticks.
Even though I would have bet money on Evan Peters’ H.H. Holmes-ish hotel architect Mr. March being my favorite oddball in this American Horror Story: Hotel bunch, he was temporarily knocked down to second place in "Mommy."
The Parents Television Council has set their sights on Fox, taking issue with both the sex and violence on FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel as well as the time slotting of the comedy/horror anthology Scream Queens.
When it first aired, American Horror Story was far from a sure thing. The Season 5 premiere aired on October 7, and fans of the show will be pleased to know that American Horror Story is still crushing it in the ratings.
There are many that have decried the American Horror Story: Hotel premiere for already being too gratuitously salacious. And so I wonder, is that actually the case? Has American Horror Story finally gone “too far” in the shock value department?
The season premiere aired tonight, and with it came more than a few scenes that not only lived up to the creepiest moments in the anthology series’ history, but some that will likely enter my dreams right when I think something good is about to happen.
It’s somewhat surprising that it took American Horror Story five seasons to get to the concept of hotels, given how many stories and films have used temporary living spaces as a source of terror, but the creators have a very specific inspiration for this season.