American Horror Story Reviews

October 13, 2011 by staff 

American Horror Story ReviewsAmerican Horror Story Reviews, Things are very tense at home Harmon. Vivien is worried about her pregnancy, and have not been sick yet. Violet is worried about his parents, his mother’s pregnancy, and the search for his next target to say hateful things. And Ben … well, Ben has the most problems of all. Tate to boast of his daughter, who is a nervous woman who deal with it is to live in a house full of spirits with the neighbors trying to drive to madness, and worst of all, her lover back in Boston appears pregnant .

That means that Ben, after consultation with his new friend Larry fried crispy, decides to make it manly. Lying to his wife, flying across the country, and go for an abortion pony of his ex-girlfriend. As expected, this is not be the best idea because it leaves a vulnerable woman, pregnant and a teenage girl alone in a house well known that a tour stop in a handy-dandy murder of Los Angeles.

Tours murder, is, to carry out the crazies (like Constance and pastries ipecac was not crazy enough). The pre-credit sequence flashback details the murder of a famous Art Franklin, James Spader a double and a precursor of the nurse who hates the home invasion murders of the Manson Family. Guess where the most famous murders Franklin Art took place? If you said Harmon’s house, you’d be right. Apparently, there is a long history of people dying at the home of Ben and Viv and I saw could be next.

The fact that Ben simply invites the monsters in your home is … doubly questionable. However, the intruders appear to have bitten off more than he can chew with some Victorian mansion demolished Los Angeles. They know their history, but have no idea what is in the basement of the mansion Horror American history.

As before, this is a very good episode. Overtly sexual elements eased a bit this week, instead of them, we have something extra gore. Sorry, Dylan McDermott fans. The fantasy scene in the elevator on the patients of Ben talks about his fear of being cut in half is stellar. I was really surprised that much, considering that is the basic cable. On the other hand, the first episode was full of men to stop, so I guess a body divided into two, with blood that is not too far from the boundaries. There was also a legitimate fear and terror this week, not just rarity.

Jessica Lange gets some great lines this week, she left out of the park, and you know exactly how you want to play Constance. Frances Conroy brief scene with Lange is a star, because the two actresses have what amounts to a duel in silence amid the Harmon family kitchen. There is a dark background in their scenes together, and it is clear that both have a long shared history and a long shared hatred of each other. I loved every second of this, and their interactions little, but always short, usually end up being one of the stand-out moments of the series. In addition, Constance brings us details of his punishment room mirror your child toys and cursed the womb, the character is more interesting for both the public and (I imagine) to Jessica Lange.

With the outcome at the end of the episode, I have one major unresolved question. The house seems to be happy, that’s for sure. But what is the Harmon family need? The house seems to want people to die (the attack in the last episode of Leah, taking care that the invading murders club this week), but is killing to protect Harmon, or is it because you love kill kill? The house was offended by the desire of the nanny murder and attempt to recreate the story club house, or was offended that aspire to it?

Or it could be the possibility of both? There are many sets of spirits in this house (creepy redheaded children, two nurses killed), it is possible that ghosts are at war for the souls of the Harmon? Then Constance, Moira, and Tate does not seem … satisfied with the bunch of criminals killed in the basement, and Tate made explicit the blame on the spirits, saying, “It was them.” Similarly, Larry Harvey (the murderer half-burnt with brain cancer who lived in the house), also seem to want to preserve the family, instead of ruining them. I guess Tate, Constance, and Moira are not ghosts, but if they are (and are not controlled by the spirits of the house as Larry was), then why are doing their best to boost Harmon crazy?

This is a show that really growing on me. Falchuk and Murphy continue to drop little Easter eggs in the show, from the use of shot in the style of the three murderers masked by the use of Psycho music this week, Twisted Nerve whistling theme / Kill Bill and the Vertigo music last episode, and how the show keeps reference other things. The use of metaculture at AHS allows writers to sneak in an extra layer of creepiness unreachable otherwise be free to refer to other scary things we all know. It’s like Glee, but with horror, and not just the horrible music.

There are a lot of style with AHS, both visually and aurally, and I think I’ve been able to match style with substance: great cast, great acting, scripted interesting, and great potential in the future. I just might have to back everything bad I said about Ryan Murphy before this is over.

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