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10 Great American Horror Story Characters That Need To Come Back In Roanoke
American Horror Story: Roanoke has already called back to past seasons, and co-creator Ryan Murphy promises familiar faces will return. Here are 10 characters we need to see again.
That Time Evan Peters Showed Jessica Lange His Junk On American Horror Story
Lots of weird things happen on American Horror Story every season, but sometimes the most horrifying things go unseen by viewers. But not by Jessica Lange in this case.
7 Arguments American Horror Story Fans Will Never Stop Having
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.
American Horror Story's 10 Creepiest Characters, Ranked
Here are the 10 creepiest characters that American Horror Story has unleashed upon audiences. Thankfully, the nature of this show means that this list is populated with supernatural creatures, all-too-human monsters, and some generally demented beings. Turn out the lights, pull down the skin-made shades and read on.
American Horror Story: Asylum Finale - Madness Ends
I am as surprised as anyone to be flat out nostalgic for American Horror Story: Asylum, so soon after watching the finale. This season was a pyramid of madness, with a wide foundation of depraved moments piling up to what Team Murphy/Falchuk call catharsis. Somehow, the rampant display of lunacy that guided the early episodes was very slowly sifted out, and the underlying story became one of humanity, and how our minds can never lie to us about who we really are.
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 12 - Continuum
It’s almost time to stick a fork in American Horror Story: Asylum, and too bad it isn’t a pitchfork from Sister Mary Eunice. Her devilish discipline feels worlds away from the mental anguish now personified by Sister Jude Judy Martin, now called Betty Drake. Coincidentally, the real Betty Drake is a former actress-turned-psychotherapist. Maybe it’s intentional irony, I’m not sure. What I am sure of is I’m beating around the bush because I’d rather not think about how utterly depressed and alone I felt every time Jessica Lange was on screen.
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 11 - Spilt Milk
After “I am Anne Frank: Part 2,” I anxiously awaited Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s directorial return for the finale, as well as this stray episode in AHS’s non-stop river of extroverted melodrama. I may have wasted my energies, as “Spilt Milk,” which contains several scenes of heavy magnitude, shoveled in so many camera tweaks and techniques that I’d believe its purpose was to pay homage to every single 1990s independent film director.
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 10 - The Name Game
I don’t make yearly resolutions, because there are many other months for me to renege on decisions I’ve sworn to. But a constant resolution I’ve taken up is, “Never be surprised by American Horror Story’s next move. Always expect everything.” Someone will turn into a giant grasshopper. Someone will speak a word with the power to turn everyone’s hair purple. John Lennon was once a Briarcliff patient. These are things I am ready for.
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 9 - The Coat Hanger
A mere winter break isn’t stopping American Horror Storyfrom guaranteeing your holidays are tainted by a million different storyline threads dangling around your mistletoe. Can we momentarily consider this show put its Christmas episode the week before the last episode shown before Christmas. AHS says, “Fuck your calendar. I’m still on that Viking shit.” Let’s get elementary this week, shall we? I present the ABCs of this week’s American Horror Story.
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 8 - Unholy Night
During the holidays at Briarcliff Manor, you must eat, drink, and be merry, for you might die in like, a few minutes. Kicking off the holidays weeks ahead of time fits right into the time-morphing drama of AHS, and it’d be mighty tough to think of a better way to exemplify Christmas than a straight razor-wielding Ian McShane in a Santa suit. You know how horror anthologies like Tales From the Crypt and Outer Limits make it fun to pick out current celebrities in early roles?
American Horror Story Asylum Spoiler Photo: A Creepy Look At Dylan McDermott
This week's episode of American Horror Story: Asylum brought back Frances Conroy in a dark and truly fantastic role. In a couple of weeks, we'll see another returning actor from Season 1 make their (official) return to the series. Dylan McDermott tweeted a photo of himself on the set and it's very creepy. Spoilers ahead! If you don't want to know who he's playing, read no further!
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 7 - Dark Cousin
When I tell unaware people about American Horror Story, it’s about the bizarro storytelling style, and the amped up climaxes appearing around every corner. But there’s no way to explain the feeling I have when a plot twist is revealed, and seconds later, I rewind the show to see what I missed due to being lost in thought over how this newly discovered information fits contextually within the growth of the affected character. Why would I do this to myself?
First Look At Frances Conroy In American Horror Story: Asylum
Among the stars of the first season of American Horror Story who were on board to return for Season 2's Asylum is Frances Conroy, who played the older version of the house maid Moira O'Hara in Season 1 and has yet to appear in American Horror Story: Asylum, but we'll see her in this week's episode. Check out this first look photo as Conroy in her new role.
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 6 - The Origins of Monstrosity
Let “The Origins of Monstrosity” be less formally known as “The One Where They All Tried for Emmys.” Back-stories mean monologues, and monologues mean scene chewing, and apparently nobody has frillier teeth for chewing than Joe Fiennes. His performance as Monsignor Howard tonight was played gayer than a game of NAMBLA Spin the Bottle.
American Horror Story: Asylum Watch: Episode 5 - I Am Anne Frank: Pt. 2
It’s displeasing tonight’s episode is called “I Am Anne Frank: Part 2.” I certainly hope it shows up as a single episode on the DVDs, because this was honestly one of the most joyously exploitative hours of television I’ve ever sat through. I can’t even take an objective step back to consider it from any angle that isn’t drowning in dumbstruck glee. I’ll try to tone it down a notch, folks.
American Horror Story Asylum: Episode 3 - Nor'easter Preview
There's a storm coming and it's set to arrive just in time for Halloween! A "Nor'easter" to be specific. That's the title of the next new episode of American Horror Story: Asylum, which is set to air next week on Halloween. The preview for the third episode of Season 2 shows the inclement weather that's set to arrive at the asylum.
Dylan McDermott Returning To American Horror Story As Part Of Asylum Cast
American Horror Story: Asylum has been gearing up for tonight’s premiere date for weeks, but apparently the show has one last casting whammy to throw in our direction. Yet another first installment cast member is returning to play a part in Asylum, but this particular cast member might throw fans for a bit of a loop. Dylan McDermott—who played the late, not-so-great Ben Harmon in the first cycle--is coming back to FX’s hit drama.
Ian McShane Commits To American Horror Story: Asylum
The first episode of American Horror Story: Asylum is set to air next week. However, production on the second (and significantly shaken up) season of the genre anthology is still very much underway. Today, another big name has been added to the already impressive (and rather large) ensemble. Emmy nominee and Golden Globe winner Ian McShane will be visiting the titular loony bin, having been cast in a role opposite Jessica Lange’s Sister Jude in the FX series.
American Horror Story Season 2 First 5 Minutes Video Reveals More Details About The Asylum
We've seen the vague, disturbing teasers and the more intrigue, hint-filled trailers. Now FX has offered us an even bigger taste of the upcoming second season of American Horror Story. Those who are ready to enter Asylum but don't want to wait until next week can view the first five minutes of the series online. This includes a look at Adam Levine and Jenna Dewan as the frisky newlyweds, who have embarked on a very unusual kind of honeymoon.
American Horror Story Asylum Trailer Shows Us Adam Levine And Jenna Dewan's Characters
Finally, after rumors, casting updates and twisted teasers, we're starting to see what the new season of American Horror Story is all about. With the series set to tell a whole new story in its second season, there are new characters to get to know and a new setting to explore. We saw a new trailer last week, which gave us a look at Jessica Lange's character and some of the scary happenings at the titled Asylum. The latest trailer introduces us to Adam Levine and Jenna Dewan's characters.

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