SO much as happened since I left off on AHS. The zombies attacked, Cordelia was left blinded, we found out that Madison was not the next supreme, and a witch was burned on the stake. Yeah its been a while!
In this weeks episode, we are introduced to the AxeMan, a murder in 1919 that killed people with his Axe. He loved jazz, and would write in the newspaper that any house that wouldn’t play jazz, is asking for death. He was eventually taken down by the witches of Miss Robicheaux’s Academy, and now his ghost is out to kill women of NOLA.
The girls take it upon themselves to find Madison, and use a spirit board for some help. Queenie wants no part in this, but Zoe reassures her that this is a coven, and they need to stick together. While asking the board questions, it turns out they aren’t talking to Madison, but the Axeman! Zoe wants to release his spirit so he can tell them where Madison is, but Nan and Queenie know that, releasing spirits can only lead to bad news. Of course Zoe doesn’t listen. The board leads Zoe to the attic, where Madisons dead body lays, and now she is faced with a new situation on her hands. Who killed Madison? (We already know it was Fiona.) But they think its Spalding, and he takes the blame.
Our lovely supreme has cancer, and has to go through treatment. She is doing it for Cordelia, since she’s blind now, someone has to watch her. But at the hospital, she realizes that she can mind read. She never had this power before, and is wondering if its the medication. But Cordelia has the new power of seeing things when people touch her. Every time Hank touches her, she sees his affair. When Fiona touches her, she sees everything she did. Creepy stuff!
Misty May is still living in the woods, helping the dead come back to life, and Kyle pays her a visit. I was wondering where he has been! He’s filthy and she offers to give him a bath. He goes ape shit because she starts having flashbacks to when his mom molested him. Zoe comes to the rescue and takes him, and Misty may back to the house.
Zoe uses Misty’s powers to bring people back to life on Madison, and just like magic, and a whole lot of pushing on her dead body, Madison is back to life, and really wants a cigarette. We also learn that Hank is actually a witch hunter, working with our favorite voodoo mistress Marie Laveau. She wants all of the witches dead, and she wants Hank to finish the job ASAP!
In the end, the axeman’s spirit is released after he turned the house upside down! Madison is now alive, and Fiona is loosing her hair due to kemo. Oh, and the Axeman is out and about, and ends up flirting with Fiona. Can’t wait for next week!
WATCH: “American Horror Story” Invites You To The Cult for Season 7
Ryan Murphy is taking some inspo from R. Kelly for the upcoming 7th season of American Horror Story.
Sorry, we had to.
The director revealed the show’s new theme…. drumroll, please…. CULT.
Ryan, who is super secretive about show themes, dropped clues leading up to the reveal on Instagram, which included creepy clowns, American flags, and a person being eaten alive by a hive of bees. Not creepy at all.
While fans still don’t really know what “Cult” signifies but in his announcement, Murphy asked fans to “join the cult.”
Here’s what we know so far:
- Twisty the Clown is back for the season.
- The season kicks off on election night, which explains all the American flags.
- Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton will be portrayed in some shape or form.
- Lena Dunham has joined the cast
- So did Billie Lourd
If I were to take a guess, I would say the series will be set in a colonial town and everyone will be blindly in a patriotic, pro-America cult.
And maybe the cult is run by clowns? I’m definitely getting Purge movie vibes!
I guess we’ll find out when the series debuts on Sept. 5!
American Horror Story-Freak Show “Curtain Call” (4×13)
The curtain has fallen on our freakish friends, and last weeks season finale of American Horror Story Freak Show, left me pretty disappointed. Before I get into the recap I have to say, I wasn’t expecting it to end this way. The freaks we’ve all come to love and know all have their finale moments and I wanted it done better.
Dandy goes on a killing spree, before he is killed himself. All of the freaks we come to love, Seal Boy, The Strongwoman, Meryl Streep Jr, and more are shot by Dandy. Desiree is the only one to survive. Jimmy and his now claws comes back to the campground to see the massacre. He Bette and Dot and Desiree plan to kill Dandy for what he has done. I felt like it was a pretty weak plot to have Dandy kill off the characters, especially since it was the finale.
Once they find him, the only thing they can think of is torture. They let him drown in Houdini’s tank, making his farewell as the ultimate freak in a jar. Did I like the way he died, not really. I felt like they could have done more to him, I was expecting some crazy stuff.
Elsa and Massimo are off to hollywood to start Elsa’s grand career. She is fame hungry, but when Hollywood rejects her, the only thing left for her is to find love. She can’t get that with Massimo since he doesn’t have a soul, so she offs herself to Edward Mordrake. Remember in the halloween episode when Mordrake was looking to make his own dead freak show, well now she is part of it.
I felt like they didn’t do Elsa justice either. This was Jessica Langes last year on AHS, and I needed more. I didn’t want to see her end just by sining songs to the dead, I wanted to see her die in a crazy way, or live up to the damage she did with her freaks. Overall we saw everyones story come to an end, and its crazy to admit but I will miss my fellow freaks.
Photo Credit: FX/AHS
American Horror Story: Freak Show- Show Stoppers (4×12)
My fellow freaks, our favorite television show is coming to an end. It’s crazy to think that we’ve come this far, but tonight the curtain will come down and it will be the season finale of the freak show. Before we get into tonights episode, last week left our jaws dropped when a magic trick went HORRIBLY wrong. Everyone finds out about Elsa killing Ethel, and Jimmy is having a hard time realizing he has no hands. And if things weren’t freakier, Marjorie (Chester’s Doll) confesses to Bette and Dot that Chester killed his wife and her lover. Bette and Dot are not okay with this, but I guess the show must go on.
Chester has his first meeting as owner, and wants to change up his finale so that Bette and Dot are cut in half. They are completely thrown off and decline the offer. This is when things start to get a little crazy. Chester begins to hallucinate, and thinks that Maggie is his former wife and so he locks her feet in place so that they can’t be pulled into the box. He then saws her in half and all of her guts spill out onto the stage. I WAS MORTIFIED.
Chester then looses it, and starts stabbing Marjorie. He thinks he “Killed her” but we all know she is a dummy. He takes her to the police station and turns himself in. He is then sent to an asylum for the crazy. Back at the camp, everyone is on the hunt of Elsa, so much that they don’t even mourn Maggie. They all know what Elsa did, and want to punish her for it. Bette and Dot warn her about everyone coming for her, and she fleas. She is then seen with Dandy, who has now bought the show. As he is taking a look around his inventory, he hears something in the tent. In a cage, he sees Stanley, who has been transformed, from what looks like amputations. It looks like a creepy little version of Meep, and I was very disgusted. I can’t wait to see how the freak show ends, since this episode was the scariest all season long.
Photo Credit: American Horror Story/FX
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