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TV Review: American Horror Story: Hotel Episode 12: “Be Our Guest”

16 January 2016 10:15 AM, PST | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

While Ahs has been renewed for another season, Hotel’s season finale could’ve easily worked as a series finale. The episode gave an overwhelming sense of everything we’ve been watching for the last five years has finally come full circle, culminating on the Devil’s Night. Characters both old and new paid a visit to the Hotel Cortez, some who now will never be able to leave.

Fans of House were treated as Billy Dean Howard (Sarah Paulson) made her return to Ahs as she makes annual visits in order to make contact with John (Wes Bentley), now a spirit after being gunned down by the police outside the hotel. She is now a famous medium, exploiting her talents in attempts to capture ghost phenomena on camera. She eventually gets to have her sit down with John in 2022 on Devil’s Night where he lures her to a »

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American Horror Story Hotel episode 12 review: Be Our Guest

15 January 2016 12:24 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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American Horror Story: Hotel concludes with a fitting ending that looks as gorgeous as ever, even if it won't be to everyone's tastes...

This review contains spoilers.

5.12 Be Our Guest

American Horror Story has been a spectacular showcase for female characters and the actors playing those roles. Jessica Lange was a revelation. Lily Rabe stole season two. Season three was an ensemble of female characters. Season four's most affecting parts were concerning the women of the Freak Show. And this season, the female character that deserves the most attention and praise just happens to be played by a man. There's glamour and grandeur, acid wit and tender compassion... Liz Taylor is possibly the best example of what American Horror Story can create for a female character, but it took an actor with the fearless skill of Denis O'Hare to pull it off, with a little help from the wonderful, »

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New Oscar Records. An Evolving List

14 January 2016 1:00 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Refresh your screen for updates as we add to the list. If you suspect you've seen a statistic worth shouting about, put it in the comments.

Records Broken This Year

Jennifer Jones (Duel in the Sun, age 27) vs Jennifer Lawrence (Joy, age 25)• Jennifer Lawrence (who is 25 years old) breaks Jennifer Jones's record of quickest actor to 4 nominations. Jones had held that record -- she accomplished 4 nominations by the age of 27 -- since 1947. But no more.

Carol becomes the Most Nominated Film in the modern expanded Best Picture field era to not receive an Oscar nomination for Best Picture. The previous record was a three way tie between The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Skyfall (2012) and Foxcatcher (2014) which each received 5 nominations but were not included in Best Picture. [Aside: The all time record holder, from back when there were only 5 Best Picture nominees and more room for this sort of "achievement" in not quite making it, is They Shoot Horses Don't They (1969) which received 9 nominations. Of these four other pictures, all but Foxcatcher won at least one Oscar. So we'll see on Carol.

2015 Specific Records

Tom Hardy and Domnhall Gleeson are the most ubiquitous faces from the Best Picture lineup. Each actor appears in two »

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American Horror Story Hotel episode 11 review: Battle Royale

8 January 2016 12:30 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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American Horror Story's shared universe aspect comes into its own this week with the fun return of a Coven character...

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1.11 Battle Royale

It took Ryan Murphy five seasons and a return to a familiar stomping ground to bring American Horror Story full circle. The recycling of Pepper last season was a nice touch, and the freak show or the asylum was a common destination for unfortunate microcephalics back in the dark days, so to have the character move from one to the other makes sense. However, there wasn't a lot of modern crossing-over, aside from using the same actors. That's changed with Hotel. Whether it's the La location or the modern setting, old familiar faces have been popping up (and usually dying horribly) within the confines of the Hotel Cortez.

Christine Estabrook's Marcie and Matt Ross's Dr. Charles Montgomery were surprise visitors, »

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