Cecily and A.Ron take in the sights and sounds of American Horror Story: Cult’s episode 704, “11/9”, where we begin to see Kai laying the foundation of his crazy empire/cult. A.Ron is deeply saddened to find out that, yeah, Ivy is probably in on this from the ground floor; Cecily is still in denial. We also talk about Boris Carolla, gym jerking etiquette, the swift conversion of members of Kai’s cult, and lots and lots of feedback. See you next week!
Cecily and A.Ron are here to spit fire about American Horror Story: Cult, “Neighbors from Hell”! We talk about the essential problem of the satire of this season, but how we’re managing to enjoy it anyway, as well as hot takes on sombreros, sexy book cases, and microwaved rodents. Those microwaved rodent takes? Especially HOT. All this plus just a tremendous amount of feedback… see you back here next week!
Cecily and A.Ron turn on the night lights and light up our organic beeswax candles for FX’s American Horror Story: Cult as we consider this week’s episode, “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark”. We discuss the new beekeeping neighbors, Winter’s very forward notion of relaxing Ally, and the importance of gun safety training for new terrified liberal gun owners, and much more. See you next week!
Whoo boy, are we in for a season of FX’s American Horror Story, subtitled “Cult”. For A.Ron, it’s a little long on clowns and a little light on Cult, and Cecily wonders who or what is the focus of the social skewering going on in “Election Night”, the season premiere. It’s too early to tell a lot of things, like how seriously Murphy is taking all of this, if every clown or even any clown we see is real, and exactly how much screaming Evan Peters will be doing this year, but hey, we’re all here for the ride. See you next week!
We’re done, and so is FX’s American Horror Story for yet another year, with the release of episode 610, “Chapter 10”. This episode isn’t going to change your mind about the season one way or another, but we found it funny and campy even if the end ultimately didn’t pay off the way it could have if almost every decision about Lee’s character was the literal opposite of what the show did, but hey. You can’t win them all, or lose them all, even if you’re Ryan Murphy writing this crazy, crazy show. For our money, this season will be about the lack of credit sequence and some of the best genuine scares the show has managed in years. Plenty of room for people to love and hate the season, as our feedback section will attest, but maybe that’s part of the fun, too? Stay tuned to Bald Move to see what Cecily and I will be up to next. If nothing else, we’ll be reunited for next year’s run of Orange is the New Black!
A.Ron and Cecily were enjoying the more light-hearted, campy feel of episode 609, “Chapter 9”, and then the Woods Witch showed up, iCloud footage was found, and things got really bloody and gross in a decidedly POV kind of way. We talk about the lone survivor of the season, do some speculation about where the show goes as it heads into it’s final week, and admire the quick recovery of Monet’s spunk and moxy.
If you like the “torture porn” sub genre of horror, then there was a lot to like about “Chapter 8” of American Horror Story episode 608, and if you didn’t… well, better luck next week.
Cecily and A.Ron think that AHS season six is really bringing the scares, even if the plot and characters are still as dubious as Polk Farm Sausage. Swinging for the fences, Murphy and Co. bring a lot of death, dismemberment, and dead Mott to the proceedings, but that’s not all. Thrill to Cuba embracing the darkside, chill to Matt falling to the charms of a shrieking bear monster woman, and giggle as characters film their own demise for really no damn good reason at all! Is this the Halloween episode, or is it next week? Who knows, but we’ll see you in seven!
A.Ron and Cecily got plenty of chills and thrills in what can only be called the best episode of the season for FX’s American Horror Story. And sure, that might be considered damning the show with faint praise, but that Pigman and Nurse killing action was LEGIT frightening. The pivot from pointless homage to genuine horror had us hungry for more. What’s going on with Agnus? Who will be this season’s lone survivor? Will Sarah Paulson out scream Evan Peters? Stay tuned to find out!
A.Ron and Cecily are thoroughly entertained by the latest installment of FX’s American Horror Story: Roanoke, “Chapter 5”. Full of gore, creepy thrills, and Evan Peter’s screaming, it’s a nice way to close the door on this hit and miss homage phase of the season, and hopefully move forward with a crazy season proper. We’ll see if we get filet mignon or chicken liver.