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‘Tis the season! Halloween is just around the corner and that means:
Parties, Parties, Parties.
Costume parties, Horror movie parties, Pumpkin parties, themed parties and just good ole fashioned house parties.
That is an easy DO, but what about the DON’Ts of a party?
If you don’t know why Fall is the shit let’s break it down:
- It’s not hot as fried Hell outside.
- HORROR GALORE–return of shows like American Horror Story and The Walking Dead, and numerous classic movie marathons.
- Your friends dressing in ridiculous costumes like this:
- Festivals Festivals Festivals
- Holiday events with lots of food
AvoidingSpending time with your loved ones
- Pumpkin everything
And of course:
Season One which debuted on FX in 2011 was good, Two there was entirely too much going on which lost me and the intial news of Season Three almost left my eyes stuck in the back of my damn head. Witches, AGAIN?!
Each season is a different focus, a different story with most of the same cast playing off as different characters. We’ve already been to the haunted house, the mental institution and now we are headed to the bewitched streets of New Orleans.
Because I am a fan of the first season and the more I heard on casting news I knew I had to at least give the upcoming season a chance.
Season Three premiered last night and HOLY SHIT WHERE DO I START?
The cast of Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Taissa Farmiga, Jamie Brewer, Denis O’Hare and the QUEEN Jessica Lange all return alongside a new school of cast members Angela Bassett, Emma Roberts, Kathy Bates and Gabourey Sidibe to tell the tale of a young girl who discovers she is a witch and is sent to live at a school for young girls possessing similar gifts.
Between Lange, Bates, and Bassett, the cinematography and the soundtrack life and a HALF is already given.
Episode one already has me hooked and I think this will be the best season of the series thus far.
With that said, the return of this show and it’s touch on witchy roots got me thinking about the time I myself thought I was a witch.
Between work, studies, hobbies, relationships, bills, some kind of social life, money–how can you not feel it at some point or another?
While some may be able to control it with the grace of Princess Diana, others, including myself, can become a nightmare to be around.
You’re tired, moody, your thoughts feel ready to combust out of your brain, you eat everything that is bad for you
because you cried at work, nothing starts to make sense and everyone just about irritates you. Unless it’s something that contains a high alcohol content.
Vacation is not always an option when you’re first class on the Struggle Bus.