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Chapter 7 

Audrey, Lee, and Monet find themselves in grave danger as they search for Rory; Agnes comes back for revenge; Matt and Shelby deal with the ramifications of their situation.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William van Henderson (credit only)
Dylan (credit only)
Rory Monahan
Sidney James
Jether Polk
Mama Polk
Real Butcher


The producers catch a glimpse of Rory's demise and go outside only to suffer the same fate. Now all the actors are alone in the house, with only the cameras as witnesses. Agnes returns still in The Butcher character and attacks one of the returning house guests. The survivors split in two groups, 3 stay in the house and 3 go for help through the tunnnels, but no matter where they go, noone is safe. Written by João Alves

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Drama | Horror | Thriller


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26 October 2016 (USA)  »

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This episode is one of the most critically acclaimed of the entire series. The episode holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes with 12 reviews, an average rating of an 8.7/10 by critics, and a consensus that reads: "The thrilling 'Chapter 7' boasts heightened scares, an increased gore quotient, and multiple intriguing storylines." See more »


After Shelby bludgeons Matt in the basement and is dragged off of him by Dominic, you can tell Matt's legs are not that of a real body, as they react to Shelby's weight much like a rubber version of a body might. See more »


Audrey Tindall: Oh Jesus, Sidney! I think he's dead.
Lee Harris: You think?
Audrey Tindall: Oh, leave me alone! I'm not American, I'm not used to all this carnage.
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References The Blair Witch Project (1999) See more »

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A waste of time
5 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

What can one say about episode 8 in this series of AHS? Not much to be honest. The script must have taken a good 3 minutes to write as the whole time was taken up with a lot of screaming and shouts of "Oh my god!!!!!" I kept reminding myself that I have seen this sort of stuff a dozen times before in programs where kids go to an empty house which is not really empty but has some demented freaks lurking in the shadows that spends their time running around chopping the kids into pieces with lots of screams and shouts of "Oh my god!!!" added to the sound track.

At least the Walking Dead has gore - maybe too much for some - and a story but this awful episode had no story to it what ever. The first five episodes of this series I found fairly good entertainment but with episode six it just began to slide downhill ending up with this wreak of an episode. I expect more death and blood in the remaining episodes but I wont be watching as I neither care who survives or dies. Another reason I wont be watching it anymore as giving the series good ratings will only encourage them to produce programs with no story lines except for more of "Oh my god!!!" written into the dialog. Lots of good programs out there in TV land with good well written story lines for me to watch rather than this gore fest.

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