"I refuse to scream on the show," she says. "Ryan [Murphy] got me in a booth one day, and I told him 'I'm screaming like twice and then you're going to have to use it the whole season,' because I'm a singer, and I was there with Ariana Grande and we were like, 'We can't scream, this is our gift.' So I don't scream, they just dub it in. But they say I do a really good scream face without having to scream."
>because I'm a singer
>We can't scream, this is our gift
just dub them over with someone else and see how much they like that when it's obvious they aren't producing their own work
people are going to notice the same two screams all the fucking time, especially the autists who watch this kind of show in the fist place
> I'm a singer
Wouldn't that make someone better at screaming?
One of the recent Cinemassacre Monster Madness reviews was of a film called Everest and they complimented one of the actors on how varied her screams were.
I haven't seen that film or this series, but from what I gather shouldn't it reclaim the lost art of screaming in horror? Films used to receive higher ratings because actors screamed too convincingly. Screaming was probably a very scary thing in the fifties. And I imagine it's hard to do well.
Actually find this shit hilarious. Normally I don't go in for camp, and the horror elements are really negligible. The murder mystery is really just a plot device to have the characters bounce off each other. But it continually makes fun of people. College, SJWs, sororities, etc.
I loved the swiftmas parody thing
>Chanel Oberlin sends troubled girl moths
this got me
>All female main cast
>Best characters are all men and a woman who might as well be a man
It's almost as if Murphy knows only fags and teenage girls watch his stuff
With ahs every male is about 1000x times better looking than the females so far