Go Inside the Asylum Before the Season 2 Premiere of ‘American Horror Story’

Inside American Horror Story Asylum

This week, one of the most ambitious horror series releases its next installment upon audiences everywhere and American Horror Story: Asylum also premieres. See what I did there? After the grueling roller coaster of a ride the first season provided, will Asylum be able to deliver the goods that everyone is dying for? After the jump, gain a sneak peak into the second season of American Horror Story along with the first five minutes of the premiere episode! Continue reading

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An Old Face Returns in ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ – Four More Teasers Released

What was one of the most oddball television series of last year, American Horror Story had a few aces in the hole, one of which was Frances Conroy. As Moira O’Hara, Conroy played one of the most tragic figures that I found to have the best depth out of anyone on the show. Luckily, it was recently announced that she would return to play a part in Asylum. Find out who she is playing and watch for more teasers after the jump! Continue reading

New Teasers and Behind the Scenes Images from ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’

American Horror Story Asylum Zachary Quinto

And three more makes nineteen. For exactly one month now, this ridiculous marketing campaign from American Horror Story: Asylum has bombarded audiences with teasers every single weekday. Some have been rather intriguing, others dull, and most completely pointless. But who knows, maybe a random sewing machine or someone poking themselves with a fork is vital the to the story… Either way, three new teasers arise, “Spinning,” “Exam,” and “The Woods.” Check them out along with some great behind the scenes images after the jump. Continue reading

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Remains on the Offensive with New Teaser Trailers

American Horror Story Asylum Hellevator

Sixteen! We have now reached sixteen teaser trailers for American Horror Story: Asylum, not including the two character teasers.This madness has to be stopped! Seriously. Yes, these newest teasers, “Hellevator,” “Slipping,” and “Veiled” are a lot better than the last five, but has FX ever heard of the phrase, “too much of a good thing”? I honestly was joking about promoting a new teaser until the second season premiered, which would be over 30 teasers in all, but the creators behind the show seem to be doing just that. Oh and did I mention, we have been given a new character poster as well! Take a gander at the new teasers after the jump. Continue reading

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Continues the Bombardment of Teaser Trailers

American Horror Story Asylum Taste Teaser

The header picture could not describe the marketing tactics of American Horror Story: Asylumany better. They are literally stuffing it down our throats now. I originally joked and asked, rhetorically, if they would be delivering a new teaser every day until the premiere of the second season, but I didn’t think they actually would. We now have thirteen teaser trailers thus far. Watch the newest five after the jump!  Continue reading

Meet the Cast of ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’

American Horror Story Asylum Cast Teaser

Meet your 2012 cast of American Horror Story: Asylum. Here we have two teasers that introduce mostly everyone we’ll see this year, which include the likes of Adam Levine, Lily Rabe, Evan Peters, Chloe Sevigny, Sarah Paulson, Zachary Quinto, Joseph Fiennes, James Cromwell, and Jessica Lange. A pretty solid cast if I do say so myself. Check out the short, introductory trailers after the break. Continue reading

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Character and Story Teases

American Horro Story Asylum

The first time I heard about American Horror Story, I was more excited about the development of this project than Leatherface creating a new mask. When the series debuted on FX last year I had hope, but as the show progressed that hope turned to doubt, confusion, anger, and finally at the end, mediocre content.

After American Horror Story was approved for more seasons I found myself in a furious uproar, especially if we were to continue with the bi-polar, unrelatable Harmon family. Eventually announced as a mini-series, meaning we would see a different story each season, I was please to hear we would get a fresh new start. This new beginning takes us into the deepest parts of a 1960’s insane asylum. Continue reading