American Horror Story: “Blue Moon” Review

It’s hard to believe that this was already the penultimate episode of AHS season 10.  With the dual themes this year, the stories felt like they’ve moved faster than ever, with Death Valley only getting 5 episodes to Crimson Tide’s 6. This storyline has largely been a mixed bag so far, with its concurrent timelines.  The black and white segments taking place in the 1950s/60s … Continue reading American Horror Story: “Blue Moon” Review

American Horror Story: “Inside” Review

After an incredibly frustrating premiere episode, the “Death Valley” segment of AHS: Double Feature gets a little better in the second episode.  Its concurrent storylines are actually starting to converge in such a way that we can see the pieces coming together. 3 Presidents Walk into a Room Opening in 1963, we see a retired President Eisenhower speaking with his former VP (and future president) … Continue reading American Horror Story: “Inside” Review

Top 10 American Horror Story Characters

On October 5, 2011 the creators of Glee debuted a new horror series on FX and it became an instant hit among casual horror fans.  For the last 10 years, American Horror Story has run 9 full seasons (currently in its 10th), a spinoff series, and has featured a multitude of talented actors in a wide variety of different roles. Its anthology approach made it … Continue reading Top 10 American Horror Story Characters

American Horror Story: “Take Me to Your Leader” Review

After wrapping up the first half of Double Feature titled “Red Tide”, American Horror Story continued this week with “Death Valley”, taking us far from the brisk seatown in Massachusetts to the dry and hot desert of the American Southwest. (Minor Spoilers) Creature Feature Opening in 1954, we see President Eisenhower (played by Neal McDonough) dealing with a UFO landing in the desert.  Amid the … Continue reading American Horror Story: “Take Me to Your Leader” Review

American Horror Story: “Winter Kills” Review

Following an episode that saw a tragic fate for Doris and Harry losing the last semblance of humanity, the finale of the “Red Tide” half of AHS: Double Feature went all out to conclude its story.  Or at least that’s what it attempted to do while haphazardly abandoning storylines that went nowhere. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned Grim Discovery As a fishing boat goes … Continue reading American Horror Story: “Winter Kills” Review

American Horror Story: “Gaslight” Review

Following an episode that halted the season’s momentum in a way that wasn’t entirely justified.  The latest from American Horror Story: Red Tide got us back on track.  The longest episode of the season thus far is aptly titled “Gaslight”.  Storywise, there’s a lot happening.  It’s simultaneously intriguing, while also sending a few mixed messages… Warning: Spoilers Ahead Sibling RivalryOpening with Doris giving birth to … Continue reading American Horror Story: “Gaslight” Review

Ranking Every Episode of “American Horror Stories”

After a nine season run (with an upcoming tenth) American Horror Story spun off into a Tales from the Crypt style anthology, with each episode being its own story.  American Horror Stories was initially met with a mixed reception. Its episodes could be very hit or miss (much like seasons of AHS itself).  But with the season being over (and a second already greenlit), we … Continue reading Ranking Every Episode of “American Horror Stories”

American Horror Stories: “Game Over” Review

The season finale of American Horror Stories (which will be back for Season 2) proved that this series really can’t shake its obsession and reliance on Murder House.  However, the worst part of this season finale isn’t that it marks the 3rd out of 7 episodes that feature Murder House, it’s that the narrative and plot make some pretty big leaps beyond all logic and … Continue reading American Horror Stories: “Game Over” Review

American Horror Stories: “Feral” Review

After dealing with familiar haunted houses, a killer Santa, and fertility demons, the penultimate episode of American Horror Stories deals with the great outdoors, and the terrors that lie within.  “Feral” is another strong contender, following the refreshingly good episode last week. Family TragedyOpening with gorgeous cinematography of a national park, we see a car driving up a winding road (in a shot that mirrors … Continue reading American Horror Stories: “Feral” Review

American Horror Stories: “The Naughty List” Review

Part of the fun with slashers is that even if characters are unlikeable, it becomes easy to root for the killer to get them one by one.  That seems to be what the latest episode of American Horror Stories is attempting, although its execution isn’t great. Bro House Opening with perhaps the most annoying and obnoxious people ever seen in AHS history, the “influencers” collectively … Continue reading American Horror Stories: “The Naughty List” Review