In the latest instalment we see things hurtling towards the gripping conclusion (or so it would appear) as Matt, Shelby and Flora are trapped by the butcher and her ghostly flock. Is there a way out for the seemingly doomed family?
We are re-introduced (at long last) to a familiar face to the AHS fans. Evan Peters, just as brilliant as usual, plays aristocratic eccentric loner Edward Phillipe Mott. Being the first official owner of the land and the man who had the house constructed far away from humanity to soothe his social awkwardness, he resides alone, apart from his paintings and servants. However, his peaceful bliss does not even get going, let alone last before the demonic butcher lays waste to his idyllic home and life.
Intent on keeping his much valued solitude, he is determined to help Matt and Shelby escape the hands of the wicked Thomasin White and her clan before they are killed and forever condemned to reside within the same realm as he. Will his help be enough?
Another welcome return is from Frances Conroy who plays the hill-billy neighbour from hell. Just what are her plans for the Millers?
Whether it has finished with that particular story or not I honestly don’t mind because I know that whatever the writers have in store for us next will be just as brutally gruesome and horrifically wonderful and enthralling as the first five episodes.
Has the Roanoke Nightmare finally ended? We will just have to wait and see…