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 ‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy on Dylan McDermott’s shocking opening scene and even more clues to season 3 — EXCLUSIVE

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[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]

It’s been a helluva season for American Horror Story: Asylum‘s Lana Winters (the excellent Sarah Paulson). But the reporter finally got her vengeance finally escaping the walls of Briarcliff and by killing Dr. Thredson/Bloody Face (equally excellent Zachary Quinto). Meanwhile, her son, played as an adult… Continue reading ‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy on Dylan McDermott’s shocking opening scene and even more clues to season 3 — EXCLUSIVE

 ‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy on this week’s major character deaths and hints about season 3 — EXCLUSIVE

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[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]

It’s getting down to the final episodes of American Horror Story: Asylum so it’s not surprising that we’re starting to see characters bid adieu. Last night, devil-possessed nun Sister Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe) and former Nazi Dr. Arden (James Cromwell) both bit the dust. Also… Continue reading ‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy on this week’s major character deaths and hints about season 3 — EXCLUSIVE

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  • Eddie Murphy is a comedic legend. Therefore, asking fans to pick just one memorable movie of his to add to their collection would be an excruciating process. Luckily, Moviefone is here to make that decision easier by giving you not one, not two, but seven Eddie Murphy movies on Blu-ray for free: “Trading Places,” “Beverly Hills Cop,” “48 Hours,” “Coming to America,” “Dreamgirls,” “Imagine That,” and “A Thousand Words.”

    In order… Continue reading Eddie Murphy Giveaway: Win Blu-rays Of 'Beverly Hills Cop,' 'Coming to America' And More

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