Weird Bed Guy, AHS: Hotel

American Horror Story

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American Horror Story is a horror television series created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Described as an anthology series, each season is conceived as a self-contained miniseries, following a disparate set of characters and settings, and a storyline with its own "beginning, middle, and end".

Ryan Murphy is Already Developing a New Season of 'American Horror Story'
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Ryan Murphy is Already Developing a New Season of 'American Horror Story'

There is a wide-reaching cloud of mystery and secrecy surrounding the new season of American Horror Story, and it's remarkably refreshing. We're more or less going in blind with this thing, and in an age where films and TV throw a huge number of its secrets at us before the first scene rolls, it's a credit to FX and Ryan Murphy that this is still mysterious two episodes in.

Artistic Opening: Will 'American Horror Story: Roanoke' Get the Same Treatment

Artistic Opening: Will 'American Horror Story: Roanoke' Get the Same Treatment

Not long ago, I watched David Fincher's Seven for the first time. And the opening title sequence immediately reminded me of one particular anthology series widely regarded for its creepy and compelling opening credits. But with the season 6 debut came no such iconic sequence for American Horror Story, and it's left a bitter taste behind despite the strength of the episode itself.

AHS: Hotel Preview

AHS: Hotel Preview

The arrival of a new installment of American Horror Story is fast becoming a staple in the Fall/Autumn schedule for any fan of flamboyant TV schlock. Armed with the usual slick, gorily baroque set of teaser trailers that have been doing the rounds in the last few months, Brad Falchuck and Ryan Murphy will soon be asking us to check into the Hotel, after treating us to a Murder House Halloween, treatment in the Asylum, a visit to the Coven and an evening with the Freak Show. The trailers do come with their own baggage, however.