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Deftly directed by Sarah Paulson and featuring the triumphant return of the one and only Jessica Lange, "Return to Murder House" is peak fan service -- in the best possible way.
But in this season, patriarchy has been flipped on its head completely, and now men are having to justify their actions to women who are in positions of power.
Episode 6 was the episode we have all been waiting for - the "Return to Murder House"!
Return to Murder House manages to deepen the mythology of the titular house at the heart of American Horror Story's very first season while filling in Michael's history.
This episode was the directorial debut for Sarah Paulson, and I believe she did an amazing job. I really enjoyed this episode. It was nice to catch up with at least some of the ghosts in the house.
Even on the brink of being murdered, Constance still correct[s] his grammar. Reminds me of my own mother.
The long-awaited installment delivered not only the inspired, if brief, returns of Jessica Lange, Connie Britton, and Dylan McDermott, but also offered satisfying conclusions for multiple story threads that have been dangling for seven years.
It's the perfect way to end the episode for Murder House fans: closure for the fan-favorites, answers to some burning questions, and most importantly, the return of AHS Queen Jessica Lange.
I can't even begin to explain how excited I am.
I just want to take a moment and applaud Constance's death scene.
One of the most stunning shots in AHS history, a tribute to Sarah Paulson's impeccable turn as director.