Now in its fourth season, the series continues to be one of the most successful and downright hilarious shows, engaging the audience from the first episode. Get ready for more drama, an avalanche of raunchy jokes, the creation of a nightclub, and a baby (!) Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch).
As a person born in the 90s, with an old soul who's in love with Etta James or Siouxsie and The Banshees, the love for the 80s shouldn't come as a surprise. And although 1984 lacked a specific atmosphere that the American Horror Story franchise provides, it's not a bad thing. On the contrary—it offers something new.
And that's where the spectacle begins. Miller and Liz Garbuz, the director of the final episode, orchestrate a true tour-de-force, brilliant in perception and execution. The creators serve us yet another surprise that forces us to stand up and clench our fists in anticipation.
December 4th, 2020 Welcome to my website! If you're on Twitter or, more specifically, you're interested in film and television and you're on Twitter, you may have seen my profile while scrolling down. My name is Zofia Wijaszka and I'm a Los Angeles-based film and television critic. I am contributing writer for Awards Watch, First … Continue reading The Film Nerdette Talks Pop Culture