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New AMERICAN HORROR STORY: NYC posters released

New AMERICAN HORROR STORY: NYC posters released

They all have this evil, brutal BDSM sexually charged symbolism to them no doubt:

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Forest Berry
Forest Berry
11 months ago

The entire series is full of the same type of themes. I’ve enjoyed horror since my early teens. But horror was always about battling evil and triumphing against it. AHS glorifies it even more than many modern horrors.

Last edited 11 months ago by Forest Berry
frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
11 months ago
Reply to  Forest Berry

I only made it to season 3 for that show. Afterwards I couldn’t watch it no more.

kpopinsignio
kpopinsignio
11 months ago

How did you add more than one photo on your vigilant link?

Hope
Hope
11 months ago

My husband and I were actually having this conversation today, about how not only did tv get more sexually charged and evil, but even tv shows that started as such became more-so. We watched American Horror Story at first, and it had evil-horror-scary themes as that genre does, but it also had some humor and a lot of good acting. But by the “witch” season, nah…it was all “sold out” to just being some kind of garbage tv. Gross, dumb, and having “guest music stars” just for the sake of such, and let’s see how much more evil and gore we can put in, the show actually being interesting went right out the window. So many other shows have gone the same way, we started to watch a few normal tv shows and have just given up on them really, because … here’s a few examples:

  1. Theme: A housewife in the suburbs sells weed to her friends. Later: Now she’s into meth, gangs, having kids sell to other kids etc.
  2. Theme: A rich family becomes poor and has to move to a small town. Later: Poly threesome relationship. Last episode: A gay wedding with mom dressed like a sequined pope.
  3. Theme: A rich guy hires a broke lady to be his personal chef and develops a crush on her. Last episode: Another big gay wedding.
  4. A group of rag tag people run a little bookstore. Later: Sex. Everything is about sex.
  5. A woman’s son, who she gave up for adoption comes back to her. Later: Tons of sex.

I get with American Horror Story, you know what you’re getting into – Horror. But so many shows start with off with some sort of theme and then do a complete bait and switch. Average tv is bad, and keeps getting worse. Any VC article can teach us that.

*smh* Good thing there’s a lot of other kinds of entertainment now, and we aren’t stuck with the same few channels. We can turn it completely off, read a book, play a video game, stream a movie, get Christian tv and music, etc.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
11 months ago
Reply to  Hope

That’s exactly how they lure you in and I agree the first season was great along with the second season. It was well written mystery with a horror moment every once in a while. But one thing I did notice with the first season is how they romanticized the nature of Tate Langdon and Violet Harpers relationship and made his mentally unstableness and murderous nature look “cute” to the teenage female viewers since he was a product of his home environment. If Tate wasn’t dead and still active in society he would of been very abusive to Violet and may have killed her himself if she tried to get away. And he showed the exact elements of a spirit spouse to her. A evil spirit who marries themself to a human and brings great misfortune to their lives and Hollywood has direct connections with these type of spirits in the marine realm of the spirit world. In the last episode of the first season he virtually admits he is married to her and they were able to make it official in season 8 as a fan service that she is lured back to him with witchcraft with the help of the witch Madison Montgomery from season 3 since she went to the house to investigate the Antichrists upbringing since he fathered him. But other then that I know exactly what you mean with the new shows. My mom watches Tyler Perry shows and they are very degenerate. She currently likes Ruthless which is about a isolated organized cult and The Oval which is about the Whitehouse and their degenerate and corrupt nature. Ruthless is a spin-off from The Oval. It is great we can find other activities to get away from the degenerative television. I can’t get away from it completely and have complete peace due to my parents but I do call them out on it.