American Horror Story

I’ve finished episode 2 and enjoying it quite a bit so far.

The colour palate, the cinematography, the depressing tone, the soundtrack, the Nosferatu-esque design of the creatures, Frances, Lily, Finn Wittrock’s face…
 
I’m watching this on Disney Plus pace and just watched episode 5, so good! I’m already prepared for an epic failure of a finale.

Maybe I should just end the season here because it’s been one of the most intense and scariest in ages!
 
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I’m watching this on Disney Plus pace and just watched episode 5, so good! I’m already prepared for an epic failure of a finale.

Maybe I should just end the season here because it’s been one of the most intense and scariest in ages!

Yes do that.
 
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Yes if you read my post.

Red Tide ends at episode 5.

Consider yourself warned. Don’t go back to this show anymore and just start watching either Creepshow or Chucky for some current series horror fix. These people don’t know how to tell a “story” to save their lives, let alone a “horror” story.
 
Wow you guys really weren’t over reacting. I actually liked the first 10 minutes with the police and Harry wanting to leave.

As soon as Ursula walked into the grave yard with those pills I knew it was doomed.

5/6 episodes isn’t too bad for 2021 AHS

Going to rewatch Roanoke as that is by far the scariest series to me.
 
So I decided to actually finish season 10.

Valley Of The Death ending is way better than Red Tide FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF.

Red Tide for sure deserved a better ending, and Valley Of The Death could be better, but I also thought it was going to be worst. The first 2 episodes doesn't help, but once the plot is actually set, it is a pretty interesting concept. The Back-and-forth between past and present isn't so jarring once you it's finally connected, but the approach just... lacks. They really can't help themselves without giving "Looking camp right in the eye".

The whole part II feels like an afterthought they couldn't finish\expand into a full season of +10 episodes, so they dediced to... *gesticulates* this. It's a shame they wasted the whole Alien story with something so shallow. If they actually put the same effort they did for Red Tide....

At this point I'm not sure if they'll be able to recover since it's half decent season for 3 unsalvable ones.
 

“What I can tell you is that the concept for Season 11 is one story,” Landgraf said. “It actually takes place in different timelines but it’s one subject, one story, with a beginning, middle and an end, like many of the prior stories.”
Struggling to figure out which seasons he could be referring to that had one subject, one story, with a beginning, middle, and an end.
 
I know I'll inevitably watch the next season but I'll wait until all of the episodes aired. I did that with 1984 and liked that a lot more than most people seem to have liked it.
 
Just watching American Horror Stories and what a fucking mess. How does Ryan Murphy keep getting booked.

I still can't understand why this was so bad. Typically, these seasons have good ideas, but it falls apart as time goes on. I figured having self contained stories would be a home run, but this was just painful to watch.
 
I don’t want to sound like a granny but every episode I’ve watched has been sex heavy for no real reason.

The girl into the extreme violent porn in the double episode. The guy trying to pressure the girl in episode 2. The god awful no homo ones in episode 4.

It just seems so shallow.
 
I still can't understand why this was so bad. Typically, these seasons have good ideas, but it falls apart as time goes on. I figured having self contained stories would be a home run, but this was just painful to watch.

I actually liked almost every episode of this, and a lot more than anything from AHS since Freak Show.
 
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