On Wednesday’s episode of American Horror Story:Coven, a shocking turn of events led to the death of Fiona Goode—current supreme and star of the season. But it all seemed a little too neat for our tastes; we think that Jessica Lange is far from through with season 3 of American Horror Story. Check out our theory on why we believe Fiona Goode wants the Coven to believe she’s dead and gone while she gears up for a deadly comeback.
'American Horror Story:Coven' 3.12 “Go To Hell” Review On the surface they’re very similar in that they’re real historical figures that the team behind AHS have decided to weave into the fabric of the show and sometimes it works better than others. The reason why using Anne Frank, and Elizabeth Short AKA The Black Dahlia before that, worked is because they didn’t pull focus. Every season is of AHS is an ensemble effort and the characters are treated as such but this time around nearly every single recent appearance of LaLaurie has been shoehorned into the series for no real reason other than the fact that it’s amusing to make Kathy Bates say evil awful shit. Her loose connection to the actual witchcraft has always been tenuous and we didn’t really need her immortality to bring about Papa Legba’s entrance into the story, not when we had Marie—an actual witch—for that. Read More»>
If American Horror Story:Coven were a reality show, say something like five witches picked to live in a house, then this episode is where they stop being polite and start being real—real dangerous. It seemed like every character was either scheming against their fellow witch or having their own crisis of self-doubt and by the end of it all it becomes that much more clear that the warring factions storyline was a total line of bullshit in the first place to use the first season ofAHS's favorite word.