Ben Battles the Rubber Man in New Clip from American Horror Story Episode 1.10 - Smoldering Children
Earlier today we provided you with a clip from this week's episode of "American Horror Story" featuring Constance (Jessica Lange), and now we have another that focuses on Ben (Dylan McDermott) and his battle with the ever-elusive Rubber Man. Check out this special preview from FX of Episode 1.10, "Smoldering Children".
We've made no bones about the amount of love we have for Jessica Lange's portrayal of Constance on "American Horror Story", and if you share our feelings, you'll be as happy as we were to see this clip from Wednesday night's upcoming episode that features her chatting with some police officers about recent events.
Last night's episode of "American Horror Story" definitely ranks up among our favorites of the season so far - finally Ben came off as a good guy (or as good as a guy like him can be), and again we say that if Jessica Lange doesn't win an Emmy, there is truly no justice in this world. How about a look at next week's Episode 1.10, "Smoldering Children" directed by Michael Lehmann (Heathers), to see if the goodness continues?
At the end of last night's episode of "American Horror Story", we had to wonder if Constance knew the identity of Vivien's babies' daddy (quite the shocker, right?), but from the looks of this preview from next week's Episode 1.09, "Spooky Little Girl", she's only just finding out. Oh, how we love this show for bringing Jessica Lange back into the spotlight!
While most of us are already looking ahead to tomorrow night's episode of "American Horror Story" on FX, the network is taking a look back at last week's "Open House" by providing a making-of video with Taissa Farmiga (Violet) and Matt Ross (Charles Montgomery) discussing the chilling episode in which the Harmon house is finally put up for sale.
A second special preview clip has appeared online for this week's episode of "American Horror Story", entitled "Rubber Man", and it features guest star Zachary Quinto as Chad, who visits an S&M store looking for a way to reconnect with his lover, Patrick (Teddy Sears). And thus, the Rubber Man is born!
Rooney may be the Mara sister getting the most attention right now due to her stint in the upcoming The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo remake, but her older sibling Kate is hitting it out of the park on "American Horror Story" as Ben's evil mistress Hayden McClane. Check out this new clip from this week's Episode 1.08, "Rubber Man".
So, is everyone ready to find out the identity of the mysterious "Rubber Man" (and probable father of Viv's twins) on FX's "American Horror Story"? Episode 1.08 promises that and no doubt lots more. Check out a preview of the ep and join us in trying to figure it all out.
With the upcoming Episode 1.07 of "American Horror Story", entitled "Open House", airing tomorrow night, November 16th, we pass the halfway mark of the series' 13-episode run on FX. Let's hope it answers more questions than it raises for a change!
Earlier today we shared with you the preview of next week's episode of "American Horror Story", entitled "Open House" (watch it here), and now we have three new behind-the-scenes videos for the series along with some choice comments (beware; they're a bit spoilery) from co-creator Ryan Murphy.
As much as we're enjoying "American Horror Story" on FX, we have to admit that if the whole hour was filled with scenes of Jessica Lange doing her thing as Constance, we certainly wouldn't complain. That said, from the looks of things in this preview of Episode 1.07, "Open House", she appears to figure prominently in next week's events, and we'll definitely take what we can get!
In case the last clip we ran from tomorrow night's episode of "American Horror Story" didn't quite whet your appetite enough to make sure you tune in, we have another one for you today, this time featuring Eric Stonestreet ("Modern Family"). And while we're on the subject of guest stars, the show has added yet another: "Homeland"'s Amir Arison.
A second clip has surfaced for the upcoming Episode 6 of "American Horror Story", entitled "Piggy, Piggy", courtesy of TV Guide, and rather than update our previous item about the ep, we're giving this one a story all its own. It deserves it. Check it out and see if you don't agree.
There are more goodies headed our way from the masterminds behind "American Horror Story" including a clip from this week's episode, "Piggy, Piggy", and two more behind-the-scenes videos. The first focuses on the Props Department while the second goes "Inside American Horror Story" - which is just where we like it!
We're really liking how the layers are starting to peel away on "American Horror Story" and things we've been wondering about are being explained. And it looks like the upcoming Episode 6, "Piggy, Piggy", will reveal even more! Check out the ep's preview, and let us know your thoughts on the series thus far.