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Behind the American Horror Story Asylum Title Sequence
Quick hitter here for what’s pretty much the universally understood awesome (and creepy) that is the opening that accompanies American Horror Story’s second season, Asylum. FX sent us this video to show you just how it’s done at AHS, straight from who’s getting the actual job done, Kyle Cooper, who created Prologue, which has done the work on several high profile projects, just name one in TV or film, and he probably did it.
Cooper did the FX horror drama’s first season, also well received, title sequence as well. Speaking of which, we recently learned that a familiar face from season 1 is heading back to American Horror Story, with Dylan McDermott signing on to return earlier this week. We also have promo images for next week’s (Halloween!) episode, “Nor’easter” (2.03).