‘American Horror Story’ Season 4 Will be Carnival-Themed!

An executive producer of American Horror Story – with its ever changing story and exact same cast – has confirmed that the fourth season will take place in a carnival with clowns and tigers and flaming hoops OH MY.

We also know via Ryan Murphy that filming will likely take place in Santa Fe or New Mexico and that Jessica Lange has been practicing a German accent for the upcoming season which will likely air in October.

It’s also Lange’s final year as Murphy’s muse. Speaking of her, I just watched Cape Fear for the first time on a six-hour flight to North Carolina to see my ridiculously amazing girlfriend who is totally the person to blame for me slacking on my blog  (yeah, I’m gayer than Richard Simmons a unicorn climbing up a rainbow with a dick in its mouth) and she’s in it along with then-Josh-Brolin-lookalike Nick Nolte.  Continue reading “‘American Horror Story’ Season 4 Will be Carnival-Themed!”

The 10 Best Images From the ‘American Horror Story: Coven’ Premiere

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In “Bitchcraft,” the twisted season three premiere of American Horror Story: Coven, we follow Zoe (Taissa Farmiga, much younger sister of Bates Motel’s Vera Farmiga), a young woman who is sent away to a boarding school for teen witches run by Ryan Murphy-muses Jessica Lange (as the “supreme” head witch of all witches) and Sarah Paulson (kind-hearted daughter of the supreme) after she accidentally makes her boyfriend ooze blood from the mouth, eyes and nose during sex.
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It opens with Kathy Bates as the infamous Madame LaLaurie  in 1830s New Orleans in a memorable scene involving naked black men in cages. She puts a bull’s head on one and calls him a minotaur.

She’s clearly evil, but perhaps not as evil as voodoo queen Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett) who is out for vengeance, and appears to be quite a source of irritation for the present-day witches of Louisiana.
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At the end of the episode, Kathy Bates is brought out of the earth in the present-day by a hilariously campy Lange, who, to my delight, references falling houses and Hogwarts.

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Kathy Bates Signed Onto Salem Witch Trial-Themed Season of ‘American Horror Story’

Kathy Bates Jessica LangeKathy Bates has been added to the cast of FX’s upcoming season of American Horror Story which will relate to the Salem witch trials, according to Dylan McDermott.

“She really is [perfect]. All the witches of Salem…there’s plenty of them,” season one veteran McDermott told E!

Piecing this together with what creator Ryan Murphy told Collider in January, we can assume season three DOES NOT actually take place between 1692 and 1693, when the trials occurred. Murphy called it a “modern-day story” that would require “research of the different time periods” with a “female power” theme. He also said that it will take place in several cities (Danvers, Ipswich and Andover, Massachusetts?).

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Jessica Lange Will Play A Nun With A Fienne Boyfriend On ‘American Horror Story’

Earlier this year American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy revealed his plans to change up the location and time period for season two, and that some characters would be returning (Lange, Peters, Quinto) and that some (Britton, McDermott, Farmiga?) would not.

More details on your favorite show about ghosts (because there are none besides the ones on Syfy of guys with night vision cameras, jangling teeth, and cold breath) have emerged…  Continue reading “Jessica Lange Will Play A Nun With A Fienne Boyfriend On ‘American Horror Story’”

‘American Horror Story’ Premiere, Rundown And Stills

Wednesday marked an exciting day in television history, the premiere of a high-budget and potentially high-quality horror TV show, besides The Walking Dead. FX and creator Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck, Glee) deliver the weirdly captivating show, American Horror Story.

“Weird” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Within a single episode we are shown fleeting images of disfigured monsters reminiscent of something in a video game centered around a mental hospital. Plus ghosts, nudity, bondage, girl fights and Jessica Lange, her foreshadowing down-syndrome daughter and much more…

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