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Review Ron Hogan 9 Jan 2014 - 07:51

Ron celebrates American Horror Story's enduring weirdness. Here's his review of this week's episode...

This review contains spoilers.

3.10 The Magical Delights Of Stevie Nicks

When you're dealing with a show that uses shock the way most shows use a laugh track, the idea of giving away a big guest star in the title of an episode seems a little counterproductive. Rather than, say, surprising the audience with the presence of Stevie Nicks, the show announces, “Hey, we have Stevie Nicks on our show, pay attention!” Then, while you're enchanted by the voice of the white witch, a relatively major character gets killed, alliances get forged, voodoo is voodone, and Frances Conroy continues to be the most entertaining person to appear on a Ryan Murphy television show.

Alfonso Gomez-Rejon remains American Horror Story's best director in terms of his ability to bring some really impressive visuals to television. »

- louisamellor

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