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FX has released the opening title sequence for American Horror Story: Freak Show. I love what they did with it. That terrifying, carnival, nightmarish vibe is fantastically creepy. Like the title sequences for past seasons, this one is filled with wonderfully disturbing visuals that are now seared into my brain forever. Fans of the series are really going to love this one. I also included a new full trailer that features lots of actual footage from the next chapter in the horror anthology series.
American Horror Story: Freak Show begins its tale in the quiet, sleepy hamlet of Jupiter, Florida. The year is 1952. A troupe of curiosities has just arrived to town, coinciding with the strange emergence of a dark entity that savagely threatens the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. This is the story of the performers and their desperate journey of survival amidst the dying world of the American carny experience. »
- Joey Paur
Lena Dunham makes a shocking confession in her new book, Brad Pitt and Shia Labeouf almost fought with another actor while shooting Fury, Gone Girl star Emily Ratajkowski is fierce on the October issue of Cosmopolitan, and more in today’s Last Lap.
Brad Pitt and Shia Labeouf briefly had beef with Scott Eastwood on the set of Fury. [Us Weekly] In her book, Not That Kind of Girl, Lena Dunham reveals she was date raped in college after being “at a party, drunk.” [Huffington Post] Gone Girl‘s Emily Ratajkowski works her goodies on the October cover of Cosmopolitan. [Just Jared] FX releases the main titles for American Horror Story: Freak Show ahead of the Oct. 8 premiere. The Theory of Everything was perhaps the biggest highlight from the Toronto International Film Festival. Watch the trailer to see why. [Mashable] In other news, Snooki feels like her “nipples are going to fall off” since the birth of her baby girl. »
- Taylor Ferber
“American Horror Story” showrunner Ryan Murphy revealed the opening credits to the show’s fourth installment, “Freak Show,” on Twitter Wednesday and, unsurprisingly, it’s as disturbing as previous main titles.
The trailer uses twisted toys and creepy clowns to tease some of “Freak Show’s” upcoming content, with a carny twist on the opening sequence music. Comparable to previous opening titles, it clocks in at one minute.
“Freak Show” is set in Jupiter, Florida in 1952, when a “troupe of curiosities” arrives to town as a dark entity threatens the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. It follows the performers and their journey of survival amidst the dying world of the American carny experience.
- Alex Stedman
The fall TV season began last month, and while most new and returning shows have premiered, there's still plenty more to look forward to, including the debuts of the 10-part miniseries Gracepoint and the new superhero drama The Flash, along with the return of American Horror Story and The Walking Dead. Plus, Bill Hader is returning to SNL, and The Daily Show is devoting a week to the 2014 midterm elections. Check out these 13 TV shows and specials to watch in October 2014.
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Come one, come all to preview the latest twisted season of FX’s American Horror Story. Today’s goodies include our first look at actual American Horror Story Freak Show footage in the form of a new trailer, as well as the entire nightmarish opening credits sequence. Jessica Lange leads the new storyline as Elsa Mars, the […]
The post ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’: First Footage and Opening Credits Revealed appeared first on /Film. »
- Angie Han
Just remember one very important thing: Lock the doors and don't watch it with the lights off.
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Clowns to the left of me… More Clowns to the right… here I am, stuck in the Freak Show with you…
Related Ahs: Freak Show Reveals Two More Additions in Sizable New Teaser
We co-opt (and alter) your favorite Stealers Wheel jam to avoid discussing the feelings of collapse conjured up by American Horror Story: Freak Show‘s opening credits, which creator Ryan Murphy shared via Twitter today.
Related American Horror Story Pumps Up the Freak Factor in New Poster
Granted, the title sequence is not as overtly terrifying as the cackling voodoo lady and dancing hooded figures of Coven, »
Sneak Peek more new footage including the opening credits of the upcoming fourth season of the FX anthology TV series "American Horror Story", titled "Freak Show", created and produced by Ryan Murphy & Brad Falchuk:
"...the fourth season, 'Freak Show', is set in Jupiter, Florida during the year 1952...
"...and will center around one of the few remaining carnival freak shows..."
"If you look historically what happened in the year 1950, there's some more clues in that year," said series star Ryan Murphy.
"It's a period piece. We try and do the opposite of what we've done before. Jessica Lange has already started practicing her German accent so I'm very excited..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "American Horror Story: Freak Show"...
- Michael Stevens
Are you wearing clean underwear? Well, you might want to take them off — because the following minute or so of video could very well change that. The opening credits for Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's FX drama “American Horror Story: Freak Show” hit the internet Wednesday, and it appears that the show has outdone itself with creepy opening sequences (which is no easy feat). See video: ‘American Horror Story’ Offers First Real Look at the ‘Freak Show’ in New Trailer The sequence weighs in at 1 minute and 11 seconds, but it packs plenty of chills into that time. As ominous music. »
- Tim Kenneally
With the arrival of October, we’re getting ever closer to stepping foot in Elsa Mars’ spectacular sideshow, and FX has revealed a new nugget to help hold us over: the official opening credits. Shot to look like vintage stop-motion style, the main titles for American Horror Story: Freak Show features a bizarre batch of miniatures hinting at the sideshow’s sinister side.
“American Horror Story (Ahs) returns with an all-new gritty and gripping season, premiering Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt (check local listings). Season 4, Freak Show, is set in 1950s Juniper, Fl, and centers around one of the last remaining freak shows of the time.
American Horror Story: Freak Show begins its tale in the quiet, sleepy hamlet of Jupiter, Florida. The year is 1952. A troupe of curiosities has just arrived to town, coinciding with the strange emergence of a dark entity that savagely threatens the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. »
- Derek Anderson
"It's darker than Coven; it feels very unique [...] It feels like a Douglas Sirk movie; it's very 1952 presentational and then the horror is an unexpected jab. As opposed to last year, which was crazy camera work and comedy. This year feels different. The special-ability cast that we have is amazing and I feel so thrilled because for so many of them, it was their dream to be actors and they didn't have any opportunities. There's a great community. They feel part of something perhaps for the first time in their life and that's an amazing thing that I was really emotional about when I was directing them." - "American Horror Story" co-creator Ryan Murphy »
- Tambay A. Obenson
It’s an annual event, unveiling the new set of opening titles for each season of American Horror Story. Linked only by the same, harsh sonic dread and a proclivity to throw out unnerving images thematically and aesthetically tied to the respective season’s setting, the titles are always fantastic and sometimes better than a given episode itself. Here then, […] »
- Samuel Zimmerman
We're officially a week away from the Oct. 8 premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show, and now, we have a look at the main title sequence. The official American Horror Story Facebook page posted the video on Wednesday with the caption, "Are there hints lurking in Freak Show's mesmerizing main title sequence? We'll let you decide." While you're scouring the sequence for hints at the upcoming season, you might notice how chilling and entrancing it is, with the creepy, updated theme song and the incredibly bizarre imagery. Watch the video below to get weirded out, and then look at the second official trailer and the rest of our Freak Show content to make sure you're ready for the premiere! Front Page Image Source: FX »
Showrunner Ryan Murphy officially kicked off "Halloween Season" on Wednesday by releasing the new opening credits for American Horror Story's fourth installment, Freak Show. Freak Show, set in Florida circa 1952, centers on a "troupe of curiosities" that arrives at the same time that a dark entity emerges, threatening the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. It focuses on the performers and their desperate journey of survival amid the dying world of the American carny experience. See more On Set With 'American Horror Story: Coven' Jessica Lange stars as Elsa Mars, a German expat managing one of the last remaining
- Lesley Goldberg
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- Norman Weiss
American Horror Story mastermind Ryan Murphy delivered a surprise for fans today: He debuted the Freak Show main titles on his Twitter feed. Different from previous years, the credits are all stop-motion animation and give the Ahs theme music a slight circus twist. They’re stunning—somewhat reminiscent of A Nightmare Before Christmas. The elaborate opener is not surprising given that Murphy has said that this is Ahs’ biggest year yet.
- Tim Stack
The American Horror Story: Freak Show opening credits have arrived, and they just might be the best ones yet. This season of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck’s horror anthology series takes place in 1950s Florida and revolves around a traveling freak show overseen by Jessica Lange. As Perri pointed out with regards to yesterday’s clown-infused trailer, this season appears to be brimming with vibrant imagery, and these opening titles are no different. They’re done almost completely in an animation style that is likely computer generated but made to look like stop-motion, and the music is a playful twist on the Ahs theme. There are a number of oddities and creatures to be found, and as with every season of Ahs, these titles are surely filled with plenty of hints with regards to where the season may be going. Watch the American Horror Story: Freak Show main titles after the jump, »
- Adam Chitwood
We already drooled over a new trailer for "American Horror Story: Freak Show," and now we have a second fantastic bit of candy to chew on.
The opening title sequence of the FX drama is now available for our viewing pleasure -- and it's creepy, chilling, and crazy. Just how we like it!
Cast members' names flash as a series of weird images parades by, all keeping with the theme of a carnival gone terribly wrong. There's skeletons doing nasty things; puppets to haunt your nightmares; and lots of terrifying clowns. Oh, the clowns. (Shudder.)
"American Horror Story: Freak Show" premieres Wed., Oct. 8 at 10 p.m. on FX.
- Kelly Woo
What you're about to see will astound your senses and harrow your very souls," Kathy Bates' bearded woman promises in the first trailer for "American Horror Story: Freak Show."Or it might just creep you the hell out!While the show has been releasing teasers for the last month, this is the first video that contains actual footage from the highly anticipated series ... and it definitely delivers.We're introduced to a whole cast of characters, including conjoined twins (Sarah Paulson), a cabaret singer (Jessica Lange), a three-breasted woman (Angela Bassett) and others including the smallest woman alive, a strongman and the return of Pepper the pinhead from "Asylum."But it's the "freak" that pops up at the very end that is sure to haunt your dreams: Twisty the Clown!Judging by this sneak peek, the totally terrifying monster rivals Pennywise from "It." Check out the clip above."American Horror Story: Freak Show »
- tooFab Staff
The latest American Horror Story: Freak Show trailer has dropped, and we're seeing more of the freaks than ever before. We already got a look at the cast when the official character portraits surfaced, but now we get to see everyone in action! It's incredible (and a little unnerving) to see both Bette and Dot (Sarah Paulson) in motion. We also catch glimpses of Pepper, who first popped up in American Horror Story: Asylum; Ethel Darling, the bearded lady (Kathy Bates); Jimmy Darling (Evan Peters); and last and most horrifically, Twisty the Clown. There's no sign of the legendary Edward Mordrake yet, but of course we're not expecting him until the Halloween special. Watch the new trailer below! »
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