Note to myself: Does not live in a house built directly across the portal to hell. But the American horror…
Note to myself: Does not live in a house built directly across the portal to hell.
But the American horror story Season 1 was iconic for one reason, and even all these years, it continues to prove why it brought so much success to it.
Taking a walk down the memory track never felt so cool
There is clear strength in good characterization that is not overwhelmed by the plot, anything but anything.
During American Horror Story Season 8 Episode 6, Madison and Keep Chablis arrived at the Murder House where they heard everything about Michael’s childhood.
Using a fan favorite, they got all the information they needed about who Michael really was, and we did.
“Return to Murder House” was written by Crystal Liu and directed by Sarah Paulson and was a standout. It was effective because it was centered around a strong character and the appealing feeling of longing fans has been for Murder House ever since it ended.
The framing and direction helped emotional scenes and gave them another leg.
But even more than it felt like coming home. American Horror Story loves to twist and turn things, so be allowed to stay and just remind the characters you trust was a wonderful bonus.
Chill Out Satan
It was probably not hard to find out how Michael came to where he is at the moment and still look at him, it was worth waiting.
It was so easy to want to meet Michael and Tate because he was in a way a new version of the dark guy who won many over when the performance first premiere. But it became clear to Tate’s true nature that in his core he is not evil at all, and it was the house that led him there.
I’m not sure about that. If anything, it felt like a way to clear Tate’s long list of indiscretions because the characters returned and his relationship with Violet was so popular.
I’m a monster. Why would you like to help me?
From a writing perspective, it was sensible to give the favorite couple a happy ending, one that could be achieved by letting Tate slip on his obscenities.
But he did so much damage that it would not happen to shield, especially when the violin was really upset about its past.
There was still not enough time to dig into all that drama that turned into
It’s a little worry, but it’s heavy on who Tate really is and what it means to Michael who does not even go much from his “father”.
] Originally Michael was as evil as he was could be declared as a mixture of Satan and Tate, which showed signs of the dark side.
Now Michael is on his own. He is a product of the darkness that embodies that murder, and he belongs to no one except perhaps the devil.
It adds what led him to that point, yet he was always meant to be exactly who he is right now.
He fits the shape of a perfect villain because his past is fascinating, but he is still the bad guy.
There are moments to sympathize with him until you remember the chaos he caused and the people he hurt in the process. There is nothing good to find in Michael, and that’s okay.
A quality curve is one that fits that description without forcing the thought of a bow. Some people are just pure evil and embrace what just adds the heroes instead of making things boring.
I can not even create something as monstrous as evil like you.
What would really be sad is if Michael was forgiven in an attempt to humanize someone who was evil to begin with. Vivian was right when she said he was sentenced from the beginning. It was never hopeful to come from a child who was thought of in that murder.
Nothing about Vivian to bring Michael to this world was even or without trouble, a sign that it would be even worse when he actually was in the world.
And that’s exactly what happened when Michael destroyed not only everything about him during his childhood, but he made the planet get destroyed as well.
Although there is still such curiosity about him growing so fast. Was it a witch thing or a satan thing or a Michael thing?
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Murder House Memories
For a show that does not survive on a happy end, the return meant to the beloved that get a resolution.
Moira got it first and it was emotional. Her scene with her mother was gut-wrenching because it was so relative. It was an easy way that Moira would spend the rest of her days, and now she comes.
Walking off was structured wonderfully as it expressed everything that could not be said in an hour. Moira went through enough to earn it, she was the one who went away with a promising future beyond the screen.
Constance was another story because instinct is because the audience feels bad for her. Nothing where she found happiness ever seemed to end up at her service, until now.
The idea that Constance was looking for perfection was solved by appreciating the children she had always been wonderful.
The growth of children who sometimes became just evil monsters, especially Tate and Michael, could not have been easy on her. It was clear that it did not come from neglect; In fact, Constance gave himself to them.
They were only meant to have no chance, and she was meant to end up in the middle of all the chaos from there.
Tate: I’m so sorry for everything.
Violet: I know.
It was unfortunate that even her promise in a new life with her grandson ended with her belief that she had to kill herself before Michael killed her. There is no doubt about that, mostly discomfort when it came to her that she could not even trust that he would not kill her in her sleep.
She learned a lesson about getting what she did not realize she had all the time.
It was a little puzzle that solved the open questions about where the ghost ended up in that house.
It is not clear if the house with the end of the world also ended or whether to be the portal to hell guarantees survival in a limited sense that you already have.
There is the thought of the sanctuary, a promise made by Michael who can actually exist.
If there was a place where the others could survive, this is their best bet. It has survived just about everything else, and Michael would be familiar with it now, though he is not happy to return.
What we are familiar with.
Although this house met the end after creating the person who would destroy it at some point, it was soothing that there was still some luck for those stuck there and that the bike could not stop spinning.  Engaging with American Horror Story means that the concept of being sentenced, often by the wrong people concerned, embraces. Nothing happens, but when it does, it can be unsustainable.
So it’s promising to get small tips that people do better even if they do not need to breathe, and from there they allow themselves to find happiness even if it’s limited.
The possibilities are there; They may need time to achieve something.
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Failure of Hope for the Future
Still exploring the past means that it’s even less time to devote to the present, especially after the apocalypse life, everyone lives with Michael.
The good news is that Cody Fern expresses Michael Langdon so well that it does not make the story feel like wasting time, far from actually.
And although a combination of the iconic American Horror Story Season 1 returned with a combination of all Michael background information, it’s unfortunately not what this season is centered on.
Maybe it’s not true and the apocalypse part of this season is not as important, but that’s what most characters drive on us.
Through all these flashbacks and restorations of all time with Michael, everyone is still focused on the end of the world and what is likely to come after since he is still alive and flourishing.
This episode does a perfect job to prove what really works for American horror stories right now: a fascinating villain and pure nostalgia.
But what’s up now?
Our time is not yet finished when it comes to the characters trying to stop Michael. We will see the task with them, though it is obvious that it could not have done a good thing if he is still in government now.
There is a promise of possible scenes that return to Outpost as it is now, with some faces that apparently were not meant to return but now it comes.
There are also some more links to the American Horror Story Coven part of the series, and even Dinah looks with Cordelia that looks like it may be worth waiting.
This split me apart from recovery. Michael made me believe my presence here meant something. What I recorded.
The interesting additions to the trip usually outweigh the timeline that we first introduced to not gain the attention it deserves.
The only reason there is also something to worry about is related back to more seasons picked up for American Horror Story. If there are several of them that appear, there must be a place for them to be set up, right?
It sounds more hopeful than it has to be, but the assumption is that Michael will be confronted once again in this Outpost and that the cooperative will expose to the others soon.
At the moment, however, the tension is building, and although the answer to the question is answered already there is still a war that will happen, and it becomes more and more intense on the other.
What did you think about the episode? Was it all you hoped for and more? Did you like how the stories were featured with our favorite characters at Murder House?
Did you care about Michael more? What Murder House Ghost were you most happy to see?
Where do you see things going from here? What do you want to see now when everyone is busy with Michael’s intentions?
What are some of your theories about what this season might still have planned for us?
Let us know what you think below.
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