Forgot your password?
Don't have an account? Sign up here
Got more questions about news letters?
Already have an account? Log in here
and the Terms and Policies,
and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango.
Please enter your email address and we will email you a new password.
Neil Patrick Harris is a great guest star, but his turn in "Magical Thinking" adds too hefty a storyline this late in the game.
We're liking this reinvigorated AHS: Freak Show. Keep up the good work.
Normally I would complain about the addition of what appears to be a major character in the third-to-last episode of the season, but I will not, mostly because his performance was just so wonderfully off-kilter and charming.
Delicious new characters are introduced, old scores are settled and the table is set for the final two episodes to be great.
I'm convinced that this season of American Horror Story only really makes sense if you admit that the latest iteration of Denis O'Hare is Jedi mind tricking everyone.
American Horror Story: Freak Show doesn't need more plotlines. It needs fewer.
After "Orphans," a surprisingly confident and empathetic outing ... "Magical Thinking" finds the series resorting to its usual bag of boring, hyperbolically over-plotted tricks.
At least some excitement has been brought back. At least they're having fun with the show. The drudgery of the rest of the season may actually be redeemed.
Returning from its holiday hiatus, American Horror Story kicks off the run-up to its finale with an episode that features another high-profile guest star, Neil Patrick Harris, and several gruesome twists for our regulars.
It will come as no surprise that, with only three episodes left, American Horror Story: Freak Show has found a way to introduce two new characters and insert them into the already crowded playing field that is season 4.
"Magical Thinking" wasn't a bad episode of Freak Show. It was interesting, concise, and had a few big twisted moments... But this really became the Chester show.
On the latest episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show, we got what was easily the best episode since the "Edward Mordrake" two-parter, with "Magical Thinking."
Surprisingly effective here is the evolution of the relationship between Jimmy and his father Dell.