American Horror Story Cast

October 7, 2011 by staff 

American Horror Story CastAmerican Horror Story Cast, Episode title: “Pilot”  Writer: Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk Director: Ryan Murphy

Premise: In Los Angeles, a Victorian house was the scene of murders and strange rituals. And now that the Harmon family has moved in the supernatural forces in the house has new victims to play. And it only gets stranger from there.

In 1978, a girl named Addy says a naughty pair of twins entering a Victorian house with a couple of baseball bats. Twins ignore him and start beating the empty house in his spare time. They find a dead animal and jars of human baby parts before one of them scared enough to leave. However, an appearance attacks on children and never leave the house alive. Skip forward about 33 years, a woman named Vivien Harmon (Connie Britton) hears strange noises coming from her house and she calls the police before investigating with a knife. What he finds is her husband, Dr. Ben Harmon (Dylan McDermott) having sex with a much younger woman.

Ben tries to explain Vivian pursue, but she cut with the knife. Several months later, Harmon was driving to Los Angeles with her daughter, Violet (Taissa Farmiga). They come to the old Victorian house has been restored and is on sale. They love the house and the realtor tells them why it is so comparatively cheap is that the previous owner murdered his lover and himself. Though momentarily disconcerted Ben and Vivian, Violet says that they will take home. As the family unpacked, Ben and Vivian are remarkably distant, while trying to reach out and she tries to forgive him for his infidelity.

Soon after, Addy (Jamie Brewer) Vivian surprises inside the house and tells him she will die. A woman named Constance (Jessica Lange) comes in and explains that her daughter is always breaking into the house and has Down Syndrome. Constance is installed and does not seem in a hurry to go to Vivian makes a point of asking him to leave. At school, Violeta is approached by the local Mean Girls smoking on campus. And Ben becomes operational as a therapist in their study of the psychopath in the making in adolescence, Tate Langdon (Evan Peters), which is related to Columbine as his vivid fantasies.

Adding to the extravagance, the Harmon discovered a rubber suit in the attic which presumably belonged to the previous owners. Then there is Moira (Frances Conroy), the woman who comes in the backyard and is presented to Vivian as the former housekeeper of the previous owners. She is clearly a woman of about fifty or sixty years, but only Ben can see as Moira Young (Alex Breckenridge), a beautiful seductress who still has his youth. On his first day, Moira Young Ben is trying to attract, making walking on her playing with her. When Ben runs off to mourn and masturbate, it does open the window enough to see Larry Harvey (Denis O’Hare) looking up. Did I mention that this show is very strange?

Because Ben apparently escorting patients outside the house after therapy, Tate meets Violet cut with a razor and gives instructions on the proper technique in cutting their wrists. Purple is discouraged initially, but she begins dating Tate at home until Ben catches and throws them to the Tate. Ben Tate is the report of his violent fantasies, but has trouble remembering important details about it. Moira Young Ben meets again and almost manages to seduce him to violet that surprised in the act and runs off.

Later, Ben tries once again to initiate a romantic encounter with Vivian. When she refuses, he angrily asked how long is punished for being unfaithful? The Harmon proceed to have a brutal verbal confrontation which is actually more honest than I’ve been with them for long. Finally, Vivian began a sexual relationship and sleep together for the first time in a year. During the day, Ben and Larry are going to run it following notices. He confronts Larry to get Larry to stay away and explains that he was a former owner of the house was forced to kill his family by the fire, which left scars horrible.

Larry is also related that the house has other symptoms and asks Ben if he’s been sleepwalking (has been). However, Ben has heard enough and tells Larry to stay away. During one of the following nights, Ben walks asleep in the kitchen and almost burned in the oven until Constance appears and tells him that’s not your time. In the bedroom, a man or a ghost in the rubber suit appears at the door and Vivian believed to be Ben. She lets the man rubber suit away with her, but she is surprised by his aggressiveness. Some time later, Ben comes in the clouds still strives Vivian say she loves him. They have no idea what happened.

At school, Violeta is tired of being intimidated by the head Mean Girl, so on the advice of the Tate, which attracts the Mean Girl to your home with the promise of free drugs. Once you are in the basement, witnesses Violet Tate off the lights as a kind of apparition, the attacks of the Mean Girl and cut the face, sending her running in tears. Became frightened and fled Violet Tate also rejected. In another part of the house, Moira Constance catches steal some jewelry from Vivian, but warns not to force Moira Constance “to kill again.” In recent times, Vivian reveals to Ben that she is pregnant, but the baby or create your demon man rubber suit?


I have a theory about the “American Horror Story.” I think Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk foreign intelligence, or who have somehow managed to live his entire life without getting to know others.

How else can you explain how extremely unpleasant characters as those found in “History of American horror”? No single person in the cast that the public really can support or relate too. And for the most part, barely resemble humans. The only exception is the scene where Ben and Vivian while retaining and tell each other for their failed marriage. This sequence was very well played by Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott and for once, I could buy a couple Harmon with real relationship problems. That feeling did not last long.

It is also surprising that no one in the program has even a trace of common sense. Ben sees a potentially violent teen at home … I do not think that’s a good idea for him to walk to the door? No, it’s much better to leave to walk around your house and make friends with his daughter. With better writing, Violet could have been the de facto head after their parents, but all in their history felt like it was taken from the “Nip / Tuck” version of “Glee.” Some sequences are really spooky ghosts, but these paper-thin characters are not going to work on a weekly television series. If “American Horror Story” was a 90-minute film, character deficiencies have not been as notable. But if we go at the speed of 13 episodes with these people, we should at least be able to care for them.

Tate’s appearance during the scene in the basement, which seems to be another physical appearance around the house. It may also explain why, Constance and Addy does not seem to have trouble entering the house at will. Presumably, Moira is also a ghost if Constance actually killed in the past. So, if we are taking it on faith that all four of these characters have supernatural ties of the house, the main question is what do they get out of tormenting the Harmon family? There are more convincing than the Harmons are, but enjoy the switch between young and old Moira.

One of the few interesting elements of the show is that the house apparently already has some level of control over Ben, and may even be the man rubber suit, without even realizing it. The house itself is also designed as a park frequented. If Murphy & Falchuk may scare some character development and really make us care about these people, then “American Horror Story” could have real potential.

But for now is nothing compared to other FX programs and feels out of place in a network that rarely makes a misstep with the drama.

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