American Horror Story ended it’s sixth season with an episode focused solely on explaining what happened to the last survivor of the show. There were three different formats of a tv show in a tv show, followed by a chilling decision on Lee’s part that left us stunned, but not in a very positive way.
American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 10 was coming off an episode high, with the murders reaching a conclusion that left pretty much everyone dead. If you compare it to the official final episode of this season, the show might have been better off just ending it there. Not only did the setup for the ending scene seem like a waste, but that last plot that was supposed to tie everything up only managed to make everything that much more frustrating.
American Horror Story has wrapped up it’s killer second arc, with a climatic ending that made sure we had no more questions about any of the remaining characters. But now that Lee is the sole survivor, where will the finale take us?
American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 9 added some new people to the mix, but they were killed off just as quickly as they were introduced. At this point I don’t know who got spared in this whole murder blood spree, no one died in a pleasant way but there were some brutal moments for everyone. The one person who managed to make it out alive did so because she ate a heart that basically made her a Paranormal Activity type of villain. Is there any way for Lee to get back to some sort of normal life after what she had to do to survive?
American Horror Story is gearing up for a memorable season finale to wrap up a very different type of season. Things can’t get any darker, but where can they go now that almost everyone is dead?
American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 8 did not hold back this time around, killing almost everyone in sight, and even introducing new players that we wouldn’t expect to join the game. Will the transition from the house and the Polk farm to just the woods turn even deadlier? They might have a chance to survive, but Lee’s need to get her confession tape back, combined with hikers in the woods, might screw up any chance that the remaining three have to survive.
The latest episode of American Horror Story dug deeper into the past of the Polk family and it didn’t hold back when it came to murder either.
American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 9 leaves only three original survivors and one random guest, and all are left to fend for their own survival. Half of the Polk family may have died, but the remaining two sons are still out there, and the ghosts in the house are right behind them.
American Horror Story found great success with it’s midseason plot twist, but is the new story getting a little too dark? Or is the show channeling just the right kind of terrifying?
American Horror Story: Roanoke had some momentum with it’s documentary style storytelling but nothing could have prepared us for the reality TV show switch up. Chapter 6 and 7 brought a different kind of scary because we now knew that no one was safe and that experience seemed much more real. But just like every season before it, the show needs to hit its shock factor somehow, and it looks like this time around we should expect lots of cannibalism and gore.
The last American Horror Story delivered on the change in the season’s format with the most horrifying hour yet, and not just because of the cannibalism forced upon the characters by the hillbillies in the woods.
American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 8 is getting darker, and they’re running out of characters to kill off. Rory was killed by the murderous nurses who needed to finish their favorite word.
Previously on American Horror Story, the nurses finished off their “MURDE” wall by killing Rory (Evan Peters) and completing their favorite word as the actors and those they were playing come back to the Roanoke house for three nights on the blood moon. Who will live to tell the tale?
American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 7 finds the gang trapped inside the horrors of the house on the blood moon as the producer Sydney watches and laughs at their unbelievable misfortune.
American Horror Story: Roanoke has been plagued by the Butcher, played by Kathy Bates, as the mad ghost woman that died protecting her land and spilling innocent blood, and has ever since. With her assumed end in the fire, where does Roanoke go from here?
The Millers escaped Roanoke in American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 6, so what’s the next for the season that was infested with undead colonists and a witch played by Lady Gaga?
American Horror Story has reached its halfway point and the new twist was a very big change. Where will the show go now that they’ve wrapped up the season’s seemingly main story?
American Horror Story Season 6 had a steady story going, but now everything has been turned on its head because of the latest episode. Chapter 5 delivered the end of the Miller story, so where are we going from here? There’s five episodes left and based off the promo for next week, the camera crew might be getting involved now that the main characters have told us all that happened.
American Horror Story: Roanoke counted a lot on the lack of details that were given to the viewers beforehand, which pushed the story along in the first two episodes.
American Horror Story Season 6 didn’t give much away during the premiere, relying on little hints to push the episode along until the end. The theme was purposely left out, and it looks like the big reveal didn’t give away everything that would go down this season. The story of Roanoke isn’t the only one that’s been introduced, and we might not know how it all connects until the very end.