A place full of news and information for people who love the idea of becoming a living doll. Wether its latex or plastic or even plushie.
nah not at all
I watched the entire season, I thought it was worthwhile. A lot of twists and turns. Sadly for me, there were no women in latex, only the men.
one of the best showsin tv history. (at least in it's genre.) i'm not a big horror fan, my wife is, and i also don't go out of my way to catch a weekly tv show, but every wednesday we made sure we were both home by 10p to watch AHS. very well written. the characters are likeable and the character development is excellent. great references to other horror films and pop culture. by episode 3, you really felt like you're "in the know" if you've been watching. can't wait til season 2. i (and a half a million other viewers) hope it doesn't disappoint.
I'll take a 50/50 on it. Not a waste of time to watch, but rubberman turns out to be way less cool than the poster, trailers and everything else had made him out to be.
My biggest problem was the pacing. The entire series seemed to be going much too fast, and not letting us see the needed character development and getting to properly know the characters before something else was happening to them. I was keeping up with it for the interesting twists in the plot, but after the final episode (especially with the goofy "Beetlejuice" scene, that seemed SO out of place), I don't think I'll be watching it next year.
Great poster honey.XXXX
so basically, you guys don't like it because it's NOT primarily a show about the black rubber suit? ohh-kayyyy... there ARE plenty of places online to get one's rubber/latex fix. incidentally, i thought the Beetle-Juice scene was a brilliant touch. again, the majority of the current generation probably didn't pick up on that. and hello?? young Moira? smoking hot redhead bad girl!
i'll just re-watch Twin Peaks i feel.xx
personaly i dont like the show because its shit, nothing to do with rubber
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