One of my all time favorites.
Beautiful, moving film.
A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.
I remember when Horror actually meant having someone who's possessed or a room that contains a dead girl's body or a monster ...etcBut now Horror means talking about Trump and other issues that doesn't actually concern any of us!
Not to mention the amount of +18 scenes in the show! I'd call that porn!I'm not a politician nor a person who wants to discuss "nowadays problems" I'm simply a person who wants to ACTUALLY watch a horror show, is that so hard to ask for? Having the same actors and actresses over and over again, the same house story TWICE, annoying characters, no horror at all, +18 scenes over and over again??? I mean if you called this show "american mess story" or "american chaos story" that would actually give people insight of what they're about to go through!0.0/10, what a horrible horrible show! Please don't watch it and please stop making new seasons we're disgusted
AHS is officially my most favorite horror/thriller/creepy tv show and also my most hated tv show! All thanks to season 7. Which is easily the worst season they've made. How can a show SO incredibly good create seasons like 5- hotel (and my personal favorite, season 3- coven) and then actually think that season 7 was a good idea?!
Ugh God and Sarah paulsons annoying cry/whine has been annoying but manageable throughout all seasons but in season 7, I. Can't. Take. It. Such a disappointment when you wait forever for the new season to air and it's so boring/stupid that you don't ever care to keep watching it. Stopped watching after episode 6. DONT LET ME DOWN AGAIN AHS.
I've watched the first two seasons and this could have been great but they seem to want to shock people more than tell a story. The second could have been great but there was just to much the Aslyum story with the reported and bloody face could have been brilliant I could even take the possession. But then throw in aliens, nazis, zombies and non of them explained just left it feeling half done.
The first was the same started off great with to many half told stories where as if they could have focussed on a few intertwining stories and done them properly.
This hopefully gets better but fear again the shock value outweighs a consistent and fully told story.
I am not bothered my gore or graphic ness but would like it to have context not just be thrown in because they want to shock.
I did like the using the same people different characters.
Having been a horror fanatic my entire adult life, I was excited to give 'American Horror Story' (AHS) a go, after it was recommended to me by my best friend. Starting with season 1 'Murder House', I immediately became intrigued by the show. It's dark, sinister and has everything a true horror fan could ask for - the mystery, apprehension, magic, gore, wackiness - and a good cast of characters to support the story. I loved that the show wasn't afraid to push the boundaries and that it wasn't just another slasher show, which is what horror television mainly consists of. In the beginning I was completely unaware that the show was an anthology series, so was incredibly confused when season 2 started in a different setting with a new story but the same cast playing different characters. However, I fully embraced it and fell in love with season 2 every bit as much as season 1. It was interesting to start with a completely fresh story and it made a change from the other shows I'd loved in the past which eventually turned to crap because they clung to the same stories and characters for too long. There was no risk of that happening with this show since each season was a new standalone story. Season 2 'Asylum' took the craziness to new levels, but I loved that. There truly were no boundaries in what the show was willing to explore and I respected that since very few shows would do the same. I can only assume the high ratings are from the first two seasons which are very strong and enjoyable, because after that the show took a very sudden jump off a cliff. I found it impossible to engage with any of the seasons that followed and found that the wackiness that had become the trademark of AHS was ALL they had left to fall back on. Unfortunately, each time I have tried to get into a new season I've been unable to watch past a few episodes due to the wackiness overtaking everything else. In the first two seasons there seemed to be very solid and coherent stories that made sense, but afterwards I found myself scrambling to find any story at all. I was hugely disappointed with the way the direction the show went since I thought it might be the first true horror show I could sink my teeth into and enjoy. Overall, I would still recommend the first two seasons of AHS to anyone that was thinking of watching, but cut your losses after that because you're bound to be disappointed like I was.