Oh you have got to read this series description and what was said of this series at the screening. I will be tuning in for sure.
> > Put the kiddies to bed.
> > And possibly, hire your own private security detail.
> > If you plan on watching FX's American Horror Story, created by Glee
> > bosses
> > Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, this is what you need to know:
> > It just might be the scariest show. Ever. In the history of television.
> > An American Horror Story screening was held last night for journalists
> > and
> > members of the Television Critics Association, and a Fox source tells me
> > that some of the attendees were so frightened, they had to be escorted
> > to
> > their cars after the viewing. (Rumor also has it another reporter was
> > too
> > freaked out to enter her own teeny-tiny baby's room when he woke up for
> > his 2 a.m. feeding because "the shadows are making him
> > look...different."
> > Ahem.)
> > AHS, starring Friday Night Lights' maternal goddess Connie Britton and
> > Practice star Dylan McDermott is, on the surface, about a couple
> > grappling
> > with what Murphy refers to as "the monster in the closet...infidelity."
> > What Murphy fails to mention is that there are REAL FREAKING MONSTERS
> > that
> > will scare the living bejeezus out of you in the Los Angeles home where
> > they relocate. Whether these freakish beings are spirits, demons,
> > hallucinations or otherwise remains to be seen, but if you are easily
> > frightened, you likely won't make it past the first five minutesâ€"and
> > you
> > won't see the insanity that ensues, nor the outta-the-park performances
> > by
> > Dylan, Connie, Dylan's Bare Backside (it should get its own billing) and
> > Jessica Lange, who steals the scene as the couple's "Proud Virginian"
> > kleptomaniac neighbor and really should just pick up her Emmy now.
> > Calling it a "psychosexual thriller," Murphy claims he is "most proud"
> > of
> > AHS out of all his prior body of work on television. And Falchuk credits
> > his love of '60s and '70s horror movies as the inspiration for the
> > project. It is the kind of hold-your-breath-and-call-your-mama
> > storytelling, with a distinct point of view that is not for everyone.
> > But
> > it is for the former Mrs. Tami Taylor, thank you kindly.
> > Britton, who just came off a successful and now Emmy-nominated run on
> > Friday Night Lights, explains why she signed on: "I was in a pretty good
> > marriage for the last five years, so why not mix it up a bit? I was so
> > amazed by [Ryan and Brad's] visionâ€"and scared to death of their
> > vision."
> > Scared to death sounds about right. The question is: Can you handle it?
> > Guess you'll find that out Oct. 5 when American Horror Story premieres.
> > Just remember my warning: It might make you afraid of everything, even
> > your own baby. (Not proud here. Just being honest.)