A young girl, Zoe, is shattered to discover she possesses a strange genetic affliction tracing back to the dark days of Salem. Zoe is whisked away to Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies, a mysterious school in New Orleans devoted to safeguarding the few remaining descendants who share this unique bloodline. Harboring a secret agenda, Fiona Goode, the most powerful witch of their generation, returns to town, reigniting old rivalries with the Coven's deadly enemies, the Voodoo. Written by
Denis O'Hare (Spalding) remained in character while on set refusing to speak to anyone, he had to rely on gestures when being directed. See more »
When Madame LaLaurie is first applying blood to her face, some of it is applied above her upper lip and below her bottom lip. As Louis enters the bedroom, that blood has disappeared. See more »
What are we talking about? College boys? Taken in the prime of their lives, such a tragedy. Almost makes you want to cry, doesn't it? But then, the world's not gonna miss a bunch of assholes in Ed Hardy t-shirts.
Who are you?
You know, I've got to hand it to you - the bus flip... that's not easy. You are a sloppy little witch bitch.
Go to hell, you stupid hag.
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Story and plot wise this episode was just okay, but where it really excelled was Gomez-Rejon's direction. It was once again simply superb. He is a combination of Scorsese and DePalma on steroids. The way he uses the camera to capture images is beautiful, disturbing and weird, making even simple dialog scenes become special.
I said it before (in my review to the Anne Frank: Part II episode of the 2nd season), but I will say it again. He is a future Oscar director contender. This episode was just another proof. I can't wait to see next episode he directed. That alone will be worth tuning in. I know I will.
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