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American Horror Story: Coven Adds Lance Reddick In Pivotal Role And Teases Next Week's Cliffhanger
Don’t you think for a second that we’ve met all of the soldiers going into that supernatural battlefield. Though the cast doesn’t seem to be getting any smaller, as almost everyone who dies ends up getting resurrected, it continues to grow and Fringe star Lance Reddick is the latest talented star to join the cast. He will figure heavily into the drama during the final few episodes. And no, he won’t be playing Zoe’s new boyfriend.
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - Death Becomes Hardly Anyone In The Dead
There is a point in “The Dead” when Cordelia is truth-bombing Zoe about Fiona’s complicity in Madison’s throat slashing, and her eyebrows get stern around her milky blind eyes, and she says, “We’re going to kill my mother!” And that is a line that, even in American Horror Story, should have a hefty amount of weight behind it. Yet…
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - The Axeman Cometh And Goeth With Blood Dripping Behind
The always intense Danny Huston (who I like to call the poor-but-rich-at-heart man’s Ray Wise) plays the never identified Axeman of New Orleans, whose most famous letter to the press is utilized for this cold open, where he called for New Orleans citizens to only play jazz music from their homes, with death as a consequence. And I really like Huston in that role, as he’s menacing as fuck and he has a strong bone to pick with the woman of the Coven.
Stevie Nicks To Make 'American Horror Story: Coven' That Much Witchier
Praise all things witchy and wonderful because the Queen of ethereal vibes and otherworldly talent, Stevie Nicks, is twirling her way (scarf and all) into a guest spot on FX’s recently renewed for a fourth season miniseries saga, American Horror Story: Coven. Because of course she is! This is the most logical casting news we’ve ever heard for a series, given Nick's namecheck in the first episode of the third season by fellow witch (oh yeah — in AHS, Nicks is a real deal witch), Misty Day. This is going to be good.
Kathy Bates And Angela Bassett Could Return To American Horror Story For Season 4
When you have actors of the caliber of Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett at your disposal, you don’t dispose that opportunity. Ryan Murphy seems to be well aware of this unwritten law, considering just a day has passed since the official announcement that American Horror Story has been renewed for a fourth season and the series’ co-creator has already reportedly approached them about returning to the FX drama for new roles next year.
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - Burn Witch Burn Burns Witches And Bridges
It was a fairly quiet time at Miss Robichaux’s Academy this week. I mean, sure there was a zombie invasion and a witch burning, but nothing too intense. There was enough downtime for me to think, “Who is funding this school where absolutely nothing gets done by way of schooling?” I’m keen to think the U.S. Government has no idea who’s paying the property taxes on that place. Speaking of property taxes… wait, no. We’re talking about American Horror Story.
American Horror Story Renewed For Season 4
If you’re an American Horror Story fan, there’s reason to celebrate today. First, it’s Wednesday! American Horror Story: Coven airs a new episode tonight! That by itself may not be news, but add on the confirmation that the series has been renewed for a fourth season and there’s certainly cause for applause…
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - Fearful Pranks Ensue Calls Out The Zombies And Witch Council
I will now try to hunt down a magical priestess to ensure a spinoff series involving the cross-country antics of Council members Myrtle (Frances Conroy) Elsa (Geraldine Singer) and Quentin (Leslie Jordan), as they make for quite the dynamic trio putting everyone in the house on bureaucratic trial concerning Madison’s disappearance. I could watch Conroy fly off the rails all day long as the Guardian of Veracity in the Vernacular.
The Horror: 5 Scary TV Shows We Can't Get Enough Of
Horror’s on the rise in television these days, with numerous TV shows giving us a scary alternative to the funny or dramatic fare that TV usually offers. With Halloween just a day away, we thought we’d share our list of the current -- meaning they've aired new episodes at some point this year -- TV shows that scare us the most, whether it be because they tap into our deepest fears, cause our stomachs to turn or simply because they keep us on the edge our seat, holding our breaths and wondering what might happen next, here are our five favorite scary shows.
American Horror Story Coven: Episode 4, Fearful Pranks Ensue Preview Teases Repurcussions
Last night’s episode of American Horror Story: Coven certainly took some dark and twisted turns. And it’s at this point that you want to stop reading if you haven’t seen ”The Replacements” as we’re about to get into spoilers from Episode 3! Honestly, three episodes in and there’s already been incest and minotaur sex. Where is there to go from here?
American Horror Story: Coven Watch: The Replacements Is Filled With Murder, Incest And Fertility Spells
How naïve I was to think American Horror Story: Coven could get past its third episode before delivering a narrative element that could “out-Ryan Murphy” a character that literally bangs people until their brains explode. And this episode gives us three of them. Of course, Fiona is given the classier, less surreal story that is steeped in murder and intrigue over, say, quasi-zombie quasi-incest.
American Horror Story: Coven Watch - Boy Parts Excels In Performance Over Spectacle
This year features Lange at her most unbridled and troublesome, Sarah Paulson nailing the timid but powerful role, Kathy Bates in the most gregariously obscene part she’s ever played, and Angela Bassett as the cold, dark fire smoldering behind them all. And when you take into account Lily Rabe, Taissa Farmiga, Gabourey Sidibe, Jamie Brewer, and even Josh Hamilton, it’s hard to imagine many other casts even coming close to topping it, hoping it stays solid.
American Horror Story: Coven Preview - Witches, The Undead And Frankenstein Projects
The season of the witch has begun! Last night's episode of American Horror Story: Coven introduced us to a new set of characters with a whole new set of drama. And if you haven't watched the AHS: Coven premiere yet, stop reading now and obviously don't watch the above preview, as it gives away some spoilers about the series opener. Ok, you've been warned.
American Horror Story: Coven Premiere Watch: Top 5 Craziest Aspects Of 'Bitchcraft'
It’s no small feat for co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk to play these storylines off of each other, leveling it all out to make for an enjoyable hour of television. But they pulled it off with flying colors, with much help from the visual splendor of director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, responsible for some of the most memorable episodes of the series.
American Horror Story: Coven Review: FX's Dark And Twisted Drama Returns With 'Bitchcraft'
American Horror Story returns tonight, dripping with all of the blood, mutilation and chaos we've come to know, love and fear -- in all the right ways -- about FX's horror series. Newcomers to the show are once again welcome to dive in, as American Horror Story: Coven begins with a whole new story, with new characters and fresh drama right from the start.
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