But perhaps what’s the most irritating about this year’s rules of death would be the fact that they’re easily bent yet not taken advantage of fully. Spalding’s a ghost in the halls of Miss Robicheaux’s now—there was no Misty Day resurrection for the leering butler and yet here he is. So as he saved Fiona from taking her own life all I could think was why don’t they ever have the nerve to off one of Lange’s characters before the finale? If spirits can live in the house as freely as they did in season one then why couldn’t Fiona complete the Sacred Taking and haunt the halls with her Chanel and her cigarettes? She’s losing power rapidly so she’s really of no use in the upcoming battle plus this way she can still have half-hearted feuds with everyone else in the house while the coven could get the next Supreme mystery out of the way (it’s such a weak thing to hinge so much of the season on) and be battle-ready.
'American Horror Story' 3.07 “The Dead” Review How many times have you seen a fic or read a post that encouraged the members of a love triangle to just get it on with one another? I’ve seen it in quite a few show fandoms and so here’s the type of show that would actually go there. There’s no loser in this scenario if you look at this calmly and rationally: Madison gets to feel something again, Kyle seems to be much more at peace with his situation, and Zoe can express her sexuality with two people who wouldn’t get harmed from her initial power. Sexual antics aside, who really needs to see another ‘the boy/girl is mine’ scenario on a genre show? Sometimes life is far more complicated than that and I think American Horror Story made the right choice in allowing this to happen. Plus we get to tick the box of ‘threesome’ on our AHS bingo cards—a series first. Read More»>
Ryan Murphy hints at what season 4 will and won’t entail
Stevie Nicks herself on set for her AHS:Coven debut
American Horror Story:Coven Entertainment Weekly cover Ryan Murphy posted (early and thus deleted).