American Horror Story’s sophomore season has not fallen short of its WTF moments, and last night’s episode is no exception. “The Name Game” begins where December’s shocking mid-season finale left off: Kit (Evan Peters), nearly killed by Dr.
Perhaps it was only a coincidence that FX's American Horror Story: Asylum happened to air on Halloween night in its normal timeslot, but fans aren't complaining about the fear factor of the episode, entitled "Nor'easter," made all the more spooky and uncanny by the fact that it aired just after Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of the Northeast U.
Season 2 of American Horror Story is set in Briarcliff Manor, an asylum for the criminally insane in 1960s Massachusetts run by the Catholic Church. While Leo (Adam Levine) and Theresa (Jenna Dewan-Tatum), the newlyweds intent on visiting America’s most fearsome sites, are in the present day, the rest of the characters exist in the heyday of Briarcliff in 1964.
The season premiere of American Horror Story: Asylum seems to be living up to the buzz created by the "Murder House" storyline in season one, as the darker, drabber "Welcome to Briarcliff," premiered on FX Wednesday night to critical acclaim.
It's almost time for the debut of season two of FX's terrifying series, American Horror Story, and while lots of secrets have been kept under wraps, a few little details have slipped out here and there, and it looks like the season premiere of AHS: Asylum will reveal more than enough to keep you coming back throughout the season.
The TV moment you've been waiting for is almost here: FX thriller American Horror Story is back with its second installment, Asylum, next week — and to whet our appetite, the network has released the first five minutes, plus opening credits, of the premiering episode.
It was less than a year ago that Zachary Quinto, 35, of the new, reimagined Star Trek franchise first publically identified himself as "a gay man," and now he's stepping out with boyfriend Jonathan Groff, 27, who plays Jesse St.
Michael Clarke Duncan, 54, who was best known for his Oscar-nominated role in 1999's The Green Mile, also starring Tom Hanks, James Cromwell and Sam Rockwell, died on Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after complications from a heart attack he reportedly suffered on July 13.
American Horror Story fans have been largely baffled by the season two teaser advertisements recently released on FX, most of which portray old-fashioned nuns doing bizarre things, like dumping unidentified contents out of buckets, standing eerily in corners, and pacing spastically around a stark white room, but now — still a good six weeks away from the October 17 season premiere — a little explanation comes to light about the disturbing turn American Horror Story, which was nominated for 17 Emmys in its first season, will take, not to mention the creepy nun that will be portrayed by Jessica Lange.
Joseph Fiennes, 42, is in talks with FX to appear in a recurring role on Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story, starring Jessica Lange, Dylan McDermott, Denis O'Hare and Connie Britton, and which has been picked up for a second season that will premiere in October.
After the most recent, sorely misjudged installment in the once glorious Terminator franchise made his effort look like Citizen Kane by comparison, director Jonathan Mostow returned to the big screen to some sense of vindication with his first feature since 2003's much maligned T3: Rise of the Machines.
Surrogates marks a welcome return to the science fiction for Bruce Willis, a genre that has been kind to him over the years most notably in Twelve Monkeys. Directed by Jonathan Mostow and based off a series of comic books created by Robert Venditti the film opens with a sleek, thought provoking montage that outshines everything that comes after it.