The new FX horror series, there is a house that lives an independent life. No piece today, but was built in the 20s, but his past has ruined more family life. Know the Harmon family backgrounds and also find out why leave their past behind them. Moving to a new house and trying to start a new life. Here then interjected the house and the strange neighbors, and even the new owner can get a volunteer maid, who later turns out to house a piece of heritage.
The first episode of the season has already provided us with the show’s signature touch of a mix between real and fanciful horror: the true accounts of Madame LaLaurie’s mutilation of her slaves, human objectification and revenge, Voodoo, self-discovery and fear of who we are/ might become in society, alienation from parents and families, gang rape and drug/ drinking culture in fraternities and universities, fear of being different, mob psychology, and of course witchcraft. Before I saw the episode I kept reading how grossed out people were after ‘the first five minutes,’ so needless to say I was pretty uh disappointed? This episode wasn’t scary. I mean it’s tough for an ongoing, broadcasted show to really be scary, but I guess at least it’s making horror more mainstream. Considering that this was a record-breaker in terms of number of viewers for American Horror Story (congrats!), we can at least rest assured that more and more people are getting into the horror genre.
The second season titled American Horror Story: Asylum, is on the alert. The story takes place in 1964, the doctors and nuns in Briarcliff mental institution established to treat their patients. The head of the institute include preliminary Jude (Jessica Lange), her sister, Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe) and the organization’s founder, Monsignor Timothy Howard (Joseph Fiennes). Doctors accused of the brutal treatment of the patient including the psychiatrist Dr. Oliver Thredson (Zachary Quinto) and sadistic scientist, Dr. Arthur Arden (James Cromwell). Many people are being treated unfairly, including gay journalist Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson), the accused mass murderer Kit Walker (Evan Peters) and who allegedly killed his family Grace Bertrand (Lizzie Brochere). Patients in Briarcliff often influenced by the supernatural and science, including possession and was abducted by aliens.
Third season titled American Horror Story: Coven is about oppression, especially ethnic minorities. After the Salem witch trials, witch is almost extinct and dangerous to return again. A school was opened in New Orleans to teach the young witch how to protect themselves. Sorcerer supreme, Fiona (Jessica Lange) and to ensure the safety of their secrets. Fiona’s daughter, Cordelia (Sarah Paulson) teaching in schools. The film revealed a fight between Salem witches and practitioners of Voodoo in New Orleans, as well as the historical feud between the Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett) and mass murderer LaLaurie Delphine (Kathy Bates ). Other themes include witchcraft, Voodoo, racism and family, such as the relationship between mother and daughter. This season is set primarily in modern times and includes flashbacks to the early 1970s and the 1830s.
Criteria each movie season is a whole new story, though still using the familiar cast, the fourth season of American Horror Story, titled Freak Show revolves around a circus freak. When the group arrived in the quiet countryside in Jupiter, Florida in 1952, they accidentally pull in a mysterious evil forces, so sow disaster for the people here. Members suffering in circuses are forced to fight, fighting for life before tragedy strikes.
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