- Quinnipiac University suspends men’s lacrosse team
- Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey rolls past Guelph in exhibition game
- Quinnipiac volleyball falls to Iona, 3-1, in MAAC contest
- Quinnipiac women’s soccer dominant in win over Fairfield
- Quinnipiac field hockey defeats Georgetown in Big East battle
- Quinnipiac men’s soccer tops Central Connecticut State for second straight win
- SGA releases 2018-19 election results
- Public Safety Officer Invents ‘Hooked on Baby’
- Get Cultured
- Health center to host group therapy sessions
RAVE of the week: American Horror Story
“Glee” producers Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy are known for their feel-good TV show about a group of high school singers. In their new FX series “American Horror Story,” the duo proves they can also make a creepy and disturbing television drama.
“American Horror Story,” which premiered Oct. 5, features a family of three that move to a Victorian house in Los Angeles. Unbeknown to them, the house is haunted and full of undiscovered secrets.
Ben Harmon (Dylan McDermott) moves his therapy practice to L.A. after his wife Vivien (Connie Britton) discovers that his affair with a student at his former job
The series is both intriguing and offbeat, with a plot unlike that of a typical “scary” movie.
Falchuk and Murphy also have a knack for creating interesting and multidimensional characters. Those featured in “American Horror Story” are no different.
Constance (Jessica Lange), the Harmon’s emotionally unstable next-door neighbor, easily gets under viewers’ skin. She is the epitome of a character that viewers will love to hate.
Also, McDermott’s toned bod makes him the perfect choice for the “hot dad” role.
For those who have yet to embrace the Halloween season, tune in for a scare Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on FX.