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I thought the first episode was boring. I guess that everyone we've seen so far (except the kids at school) is a ghost. Some are connected, some are not. Most probably they all died there. And if thats the story, the baby has to be her husbands.
I'm all for weird and creepy, but this just felt like a bunch of other people's ideas thrown into a blender and coming out a mess. So we get Seven style titles, Tarantino-esque music beats, the obligatory dysfunctional kids and and editor who thinks skipping a few frames here and there makes it scary. Jessica Lange did well with what she was given, and I didn't totally hate it but I can't really get into shows when they seem to be trying too hard. Did I mention it just wasn't scary?
Dylan McDermott spend to much time whit no clothes and I am the kind of person ho gets scared whit Chuky, It, Freddy, Jason at the first shoot and this didn't get my nothing other than have sex (because that was the plot of the episode) I was really looking for this show and I spec-ted a little more classic and a bigger plot at least on the Pilot and to honest when it was at minute 41 of the show(I watched online) I was just waiting for it to end but it was a 51 minutes episode. I don't know how do i feel on this show. Oh and I even laugh at the part of the housekeeper and Ben.
I liked it i think it has potential to develope into something im gonna love
I am MORBID. WEIRD. FREAKISH AND CONFUSING. Just like the show. SO. i loved it. It gave me chills and thats not easy. Cant wait 2 c next weeks episode. Bring it on.. the weirder. THE BETTER.
Loved it!...what a deliciously weird role for Jessica Lange! OK, she's maybe over-acting a little...but this show has great potential! I'll definitely continue to watch!!
I really wanted to love this, but I'm only just liking it so far.
Hopefully, it only gets better and creepier.
Liked, but didn't love. I want to see more, but it's hard for me to get past the bad story line. I mean, a psychiatrist with a wife and teenage daughter brings his teenage, psychotic patient into his home for therapy sessions? And that's just one part of the story line that I didn't like. Basically, I'm intrigued about the house and Jessica Lange's character, but I could give a shit about the family, they aren't likable at all.
I LOVED THE SHOW!!! awesome... will definiely keep watching it.
I was hoping for something more from this series.
I too agree that it was all over the place and may lack direction in the future. I don't want it to become another "Heroes" type series where the viewer gets lost in the chaos. I will soon become bored with the shock value tactics. Let's get a real story that the viewer can sink their teeth into!
I have to admit the show was not as great as I had hope. Being a fan of the horror genre, I was hoping to get what I got from AMC's The Walking Dead. I just felt nothing. The show had it's moments of horror and trickery but once it was over, I forgot all about it. I'm going to give it about 3-4 more episodes. I do realize the show has just started and it takes time to build character's and story lines. I'm sure all of the answers about why the maid was kill, who was the man in the S&M suit will be answered in upcoming episodes. My rating for the pilot was a C+.
I loved the show. It was a modern wicked twist to the old-school horror that I love. I liked that the story was a bit all over; it created numerous questions. I loved the weirdness of not knowing exactly what's going on. A Rubberman? A basement creature? A creepy dead maid with dual personas? A former homeowner stalker? A disturbed young man? However the most creepy characters were the neighbors. Or are they? Who literally walks into other peoples homes like that? Maybe they "live" there too. Plus the fact Rosemary's baby may be on the horizon...count me in! It makes me wonder what the pregnancy will be, considering all the dead babies in jars the basement offered up when the peppermint twins met their demise. I'm on board for all the crazy this series brings.
I have to tell you, I was quite disappointed and thhought it was the worse show I ever watched. It was all over the place. Mr. Murphy can do way better than this kind of crap.
Definitely one of the wildest shows in terms of constantly (every scene) pushing the envelope for basic cable. Shock and awe only gets you so far. To me, it would be much better for the show in the long term to cut down on shocks and instead put some type of story together. Everything in the first episode is so scatter shot, aggressive, and over the top to an almost comical level rather than shocking or horror based.
I give it 1/2 to one full season. Then it's gone.
It was a pretty good kept me entertained but right now I'm still in that WTF state of mind. Connie Britton (my favorite MILF) was pretty good in the show too. But I just don't see a story it's very confusing and just looks like random scenes put together from a good movie
I LOVED IT!!!!
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