There was a lot to chew on in this finale, fellow viewers. Notably, the Axeman made a point of saying: Feel the fear, and the pain, let it all in, and then let it all go. Not to keep rambling on about commonalities across the American Horror Story spectrum, but: Much of Coven was devoted to a developing suspicion of authority figures; but Delia in the end is a Good Supreme, a Platonic Ideal of leadership who seems not corrupted whatsoever by the absolute power she has received. Yes, everything was going great… …but there was that strange whisper downstairs. Pretty damn entertaining nonetheless.
Still pretty entertaining though, even if the only purpose for the entire season was a song and a stance. The Coven welcomes a new Supreme. Previous 4 of 4. What is this, knotty pine?! And that daughter, caught in an endless loop. I loved the moment when Kyle sees Spalding, who has been on the show this entire season, and all he could say was: As the title of this episode says, it was all about the Seven Wonders. A mother who looks at her daughter and sees only death.
This was an horro for two people to finally, here at the end, understand each other. Disappear to Paris for a few days; let the true Supreme reveal herself; then come back and regain her power.
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Notably, the Axeman maerican a point of saying: Delia gave a speech that you could only read as a ridiculously happy ending: I loved the moment when Kyle sees Spalding, who has been on the show this entire season, and all he could say was: Asylum ended with one iteration of Sarah Paulson killing her own amerocan child; Coven ended with a different iteration of Sarah Paulson, a neglected child, helping her parent achieve peace before death.
I just wish the entire season would wrap itself around a cohesive and thought-out message rather than shoe-horning it in at the bookkends.
An anthology series that centers on different characters and locations, including a haunted house, an insane asylum, a witch coven, a freak show and a hotel. Previous 4 of 4.
What comes after the victory lap? A divine being having a human experience. She could appreciate the intrinsic Greek-Tragic irony in being killed by her own actual daughter, the next Supreme. There was a line around the block, around more blocks.
covsn Yes, everything was going great…. This was the dawn of a new age of witchcraft. You imagine that Fiona, ever the drama queen, was just fine stoty that ending. Yes, everything was going great… …but there was that strange whisper downstairs.
Fiona woke up in her own personal hell, trapped forever on a farm with the Axeman. This opener sums up the entire season: Witches of all shapes and sizes had made the pilgrimage to New Orleans. Was Coven more optimistic?
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She held her close, and told her to let the terror of death wash over her completely. Because of this, death loses its punch and takes any emotional attachment with it.
She told the Axeman that she had a plan. American Horror Story S3 E Still pretty entertaining though, even if the only purpose for the entire season was a song and a stance. Powers were established and then thrown away, redemption was teased but rarely achieved, and characters died and revived so often as to lose any emotional impact.
There was a lot to chew on in this finale, fellow viewers. Feel the fear, and the pain, let it all in, and jnotty let it all go. The sight of Fiona, near-bald and disease-ravaged, hit like a depth charge.
Or is the whole point of American Horror Story that we are trapped forever between our parents and our children? As the title of this episode says, it was all about the Seven Wonders.
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They would have to buy another house, more houses. Not everyone gets out alive. She slapped him, and he punched her back.
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