American Horror Story is a horror-drama television series created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The story focuses on a family that moves to a restored mansion house in Los Angeles, not being aware that it is haunted.

Father Ben Harmon (Dylan McDermott) is trying to work out with his wife's rejection after he has an affair with a student, and soon falls under the house's sway. Meanwhile, wife Vivien (Connie Britton) must not only try to forgive her husband but deal with the after effects of a miscarriage.

Daughter Violet (Taissa Farmiga) is confronted with hostile girls at her new school and befriends her father's disturbed teenage patient, Tate Langdon (Evan Peters). And lurking nearby is neighbour Constance (Jessica Lange), a former actress who both hates and is oddly protective of her special-needs daughter Adelaide (Jamie Brewer), who can sense the house's evil.

Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, creators and producers of the show, started working on the American Horror Story even before their show Glee had come into production. And since its beginning, the show had received a lot of positive reviews from critics all over the globe. One of the critics had said that the show is meant to scare and that it is meant to haunt your dreams.

New York Times’ Mike Hale calls the show “a more classically minded chiller”, comparing it to the equally successful series of HBO – True Blood. As for us, we say, the show has a lot of potential scary moments when it comes to the concept of the whole new show. It is confusing, scary and psychotic, and you wouldn’t want to wait to find out what will happen next. Someone that really loves horror movies will love this show. It keeps your attention with all of the twists and turns.


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