Cast & Crew
Mr. Gallant/Tate Langdon
Sister Mary Eunice McKee
Boy Parts Photos
As was to be expected, this was a slower episode after the premiere. But I expect some shenanigans with FrankenKyle, and if I could move into the House of Laveau, I'd pack my suitcase right now.
"Boy Parts" sustains a mood of calmed erotic doom that serves to simultaneously indulge and satirize a variety of sexual power fantasies while presumably setting larger narrative traps for the series.
Ah, there's the American Horror Story we know and love; the one that has us muttering "Oh, s**t.
Watching the newest episode of American Horror Story: Coven filled me with absolute glee. I'll let that pun sink in for a while, because it's a winner.
Best scene of the episode Madame LaLaurie sitting outside her former house-turned-museum, complaining about how Laveau hung her babies.
"Boy Parts" was merely a set-up episode for what should be an intensely insane season of television, but the concepts and visuals and punchlines were so strong and weird and unexpected and satisfying.
In the latest episode of American Horror Story: Coven, I was happy to see that the show has continued its methodical pacing thus far.
"Boy Parts" deals with themes of life, death and the longing deep within all of us to feel as though we're not alone; it did so, of course, in the campy, schlocky way that "American Horror Story" deals with everything.
The pleasant thing about Coven is the fact that there's a board at all this early in the season.