American Horror Story: Asylum Review: “Nor’Easter” [Geek Binge]

Geek Binge: It was a brutal night for fans of American Horror Story: Asylum. Not sure what the opposite of serendipity is, but that’s the only way to describe an episode about a terrible storm airing when much of the eastern coast of the United States is dealing with a terrible storm. This week’s episode dealt with themes of corruption and guilt. It was intensely brutal, shocking, and once again featured my new favorite song, Dominique by the Singing Nun. Dear Mobile Phone Company, you are slow on the draw in offering my new jam as a ringtone. Incidentally, a Nor’Easter is a type of East Coast storm that happens when northeastern winds blow in from the ocean. These storms typically involve giant waves, hurricane-force winds, and crazy amounts of rain and/or snow. At Briarcliff, a Nor’Easter also includes a movie night

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