Tag: Emma Roberts

REVIEW: American Horror Story – Season 9, Episode 9 “Final Girl”

It’s always bittersweet when a season  of American Horror Story ends. We finally get all the answers to various questions introduced throughout, which can be really gratifying. But then it’s almost a whole year before the show returns, and we say goodbye to the season’s new characters. Going ...

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REVIEW: American Horror Story – Season 9, Episodes 7 and 8, “The Lady in White” and “Rest in Pieces”

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*SPOILERS* “The Lady in White” begins in 1948 with a woman named Lavinia (Lily Rabe), a camp cook, and her two sons. They ask her if they can go swimming, and she allows it, telling the older Benjamin to watch over the younger Bobby. Tragedy strikes as Bobby is hit by a boat engine. Lavinia &hel...

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REVIEW: American Horror Story Episodes 5 and 6, “Red Dawn” and “Episode 100″

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*SPOILERS* “Red Dawn” finds Donna in the year 1980, spying on her father from a car. He goes to a house, bringing a woman in with him, prompting her to go inside and investigate. To her surprise, she finds more than an affair: he has a closet in which he has been killing women. She …

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REVIEW: American Horror Story – Season 9, Episode 4, “True Killers”

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*SPOILERS* “True Killers” opens with Montana instructing an all-male aerobics class to “Rebel Yell” by Billy Idol with the time card “then.” Richard Ramirez walks in and says that Billy Idol is the truth. After class, Montana finds the corpse of one of the men in the locker room, and Ric...

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REVIEW: American Horror Story – Season 9, Episode 3, “Slashdance”

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“Slashdance” opens with Richard Ramirez banging on the door where Brooke, Ray, Chet, and Rita are hiding. Unable to break the door down, he instead smashes through the windows. Ray suggests that the four split up, but everyone else protests. He remarks that it’s just natural selection, and Ram...

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REVIEW: American Horror Story – Season 9, Episode 2, “Mr. Jingles”

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*SPOILERS* “Mr. Jingles” begins when the lead psychologist from Mr. Jingles’ mental hospital arrives at Camp Redwood. Margaret is unimpressed and tells her she can protect herself and the kids from Mr. Jingles. The psychologist leaves. She’s soon troubled by a flat tire, which proves to be s...

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