The Antichrist has arrived to judge all those left on Earth after Armageddon. The question remains who will be chosen and who will stay and suffer.
Another year and another season of AHS, this time the entire world has ended and we get to spend time with some of its only survivors.
This series has a big crossover as well with returning cast members playing old characters, the promotional posters had old locations revisited and Sarah Paulson is playing triple duty with a new character as well as two returning characters. How lucky are we for that?
With all the Millers and their reenactors in the house once more what will happen to the group over the period of the blood moon?
Over halfway through the series and the first big twist of the season is promised to change everything.
It seems to be the final episode of Roanoke before the big twist everyone is looking forward to happens. The story of a house haunted by a spirit known as the Butcher continues to be told in a dramatic re-enactment.
Matt and Shelby STILL have not left the house.
The confusing story of a couple who brought a haunted house, refuse to leave it, believe when they want to believe and blame what they don’t want to believe on hillbillies continues. Many, many more stories are told as Matt and Shelby STILL refuse to leave their house.
Much more happened in Chapter 2 that has led to a little girl going missing, learning the story of two psycho nurses and opening Shelby and Matt’s eyes slowly to the realities of the world they now live in.
I was slightly disappointed with the first episode of Season 6 but I feel like I will end up loving this series more then any other. Chapter 2 looks like its about to get really good.
Once more it is that time of year when AHS returns to the screens. With little known of the theme of the series AHS6 once again promises to be the best season yet.
Every week I can’t tell whether or not I like the series or think its gone stale. “Hotel” is a improvement on “Freak Show” but there is something I still can’t put my finger on that makes me struggle to enjoy it.
That being said I, along with Anna, Amanda and Luc, re-watched “Freak Show” over the weekend and found a new love for it so maybe “Hotel” will grow on me like its predecessor.