‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Start Date, Teaser Videos and Posters

American Horror Story Asylum Teaser Posters

Let the mind games continue! American Horror Story: Asylummoves forward with its big marketing push, adding more insanely bizarre teaser trailers in its path. Four teaser posters have also been released that coincide with the previous short promo trailers as well. But the biggest announcement of them all is the start date for the second season, October 17. Bring a fresh pair of drawers kids, this season looks like it’ll be crazy town banana pants. Continue reading

Three More Disturbing ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Teasers Appear

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Now that the American Horror Story: Asylum marketing has begun, horror fans are beginning to wonder what all these teasers mean? Earlier we saw three short Asylum promos, “Special Delivery,” “Blue Coat,” and “Hydrobath.” And now three more teasers have graced the Interwebs and have begun to crank up the freak factor. These newer ones are a bit more unsettling and I love it. Check out the “White Rose,” “Ascend,” and “Glass Prison” teasers after the jump. Continue reading

Three Creepy Teasers for ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Surface

American Horror Story Asylum Teasers

Those anticipating the arrival of American Horror Story: Asylum have been given a treat on the Internets this week as multiple promo teasers have revealed themselves with terrific disturbing imagery. It was last season’s marketing that got me to become a believer, and it appears to be working again. Although I was left quite conflicted by the first season, my faith has been peeking out of the shadows, anxiously awaiting to see how ridiculous American Horror Story: Asylum will play out.  Continue reading

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Character and Story Teases

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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