AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes Highlight the Crew Behind the Insanity

     November 27, 2012


While creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk brought American Horror Story to television and the talented cast brings each episode to life, there exists an extensive crew who works quite diligently at bringing you the madness. Three new featurettes have gone online that show off the talent behind the camera for FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum. The behind-the-scenes videos visit the make-up department, editing room and props department, along with a lot of cool info about the level of detail that goes into making the show.

American Horror Story: Asylum airs Wednesday nights at 10 on FX. Hit the jump to watch the videos. 

Those of you who are unfamiliar (or just not caught up) with American Horror Story: Asylum should avoid the following videos as they may contain spoilers. You also have the option of catching up on our weekly episode reviews, interviews and other news here.

Check out the featurettes below:


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  • Patrick

    I love seeing the behind-the-scenes for American Horror Story. I loved seeing the prop master talk about the details of the props on set. My coworker at DISH and I were amazed to see the transformation Naomi Grossman went through to become Pepper. I’ve got the season recording to my DISH Hopper so I don’t miss anything. It has over 400 hours of HD recording time which means I have plenty of space for Asylum as well as the first season and my other favorite shows. I can’t wait to see Dylan McDermott reveal himself as Bloody Face in a couple weeks.

  • david Wilhelm

    I would die to watch a taping of American Horror Story… and for me that’s saying a lot since I’m dead already.. @dave_wilhelm

  • david Wilhelm

    I would die to watch a taping of American Horror Story… and for me that\’s saying a lot since I\’m dead already.. @dave_wilhelm