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American Horror Story: Murder House (2011)
Critic Consensus: Convoluted yet effective, American Horror Story is strange, gory, and twisted enough to keep viewers hooked.
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as Vivien Harmon
as Ben Harmon
as Larry Harvey
as Violet Harmon
as Tate Langdon
as Moira (Junior)
as Dr. Hall
as Det. Granger
as Det. Barrios
as Det. Colquitt
as Nurse Angie
as Beth Short
as Delphine LaLaurie
as Marie Laveau
as Joan Ramsey
as Dr. Day
as Dr. Curran
as Harry Goodman
as Dr. Marchesi
as Sally Freeman
as Off. McCormick
as Mr. Carmichael
as Nurse Naima
as Det. Webb
as Det. Collier
News & Interviews for American Horror Story: Murder House
It feels more like the place where old horror movies have come to die.
Viewers who like the horror genre and the offbeat Murphy/Falchuk approach, and who are willing to put in enough serious time to absorb all the nuances, will fall in love.
This gourmet junk food gives you some pure evil, and it takes some axes to some evildoers, and the American type represented has a predilection for French maids. Bon appetit.
It's a lot to process, and at times too much to take. Still, Horror Story often is a wonder.
Audience Reviews for American Horror Story: Murder House
Strange show that is deeply twisted, one of the most unpredictable things I've seen for quite sometime
A great start to a unique series, even if it gets convoluted and hard to follow by the middle. It's high enjoyable and the acting is simply fantastic. It's nice to have a good horror television series on that doesn't pull any punches. I'm looking forward to future seasons.
A cohesive meshing of several horror stories focusing on a haunted mansion in the suburbs.
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