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Critic Reviews of "American Horror Story - Season 6"Jeff Stone indieWireOctober 06, 2016
You'll recall that last week I mentioned that "Roanoke's" biggest sin so far was that it was boring. The good news is that "Chapter 4" brings some of the old "American Horror Story" magic.Charlie Mason TV LineOctober 06, 2016
Shelby and Matt reneged on their agreement with the erstwhile Thomasyn White in "Chapter 4" Wednesday, setting the stage for more of the kind of supernatural shenanigans for which the word "Croatoan" was apparently invented.Mark Trammell TV EqualsOctober 06, 2016
It does seem that the one that has the first five episodes reflecting elements of each previous season has already more or less come to pass, what with the mention of the Mott family in this episode.Caralynn Lippo TV FanaticOctober 06, 2016
American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 4 was the televisual equivalent of reading a speculative history paper about the vanished Roanoke Colony. To rephrase: There was so. Dang. Much. Exposition.Elizabeth Rayne Den of GeekOctober 06, 2016
It's a graphic bloodbath that oozes all over your screen in the raw and sadistically compelling way only American Horror Story can pull off. Beware if you turn green easily: most of this episode cannot be unseen.Clarisse Loughrey Independent (UK)October 06, 2016
Episode 4 brought us a better look at the mysterious "Pig Man", who fans are potentially pinning down as linked to Murder House's "Piggy Man" - an urban legend which terrorised one of Ben's patients.Brian Moylan New York Magazine/VultureOctober 06, 2016
Holy exposition, Batman, this episode sure has a lot jammed into it. It's like, all of a sudden, the staff of AHS realized they only have so many episodes left so it's time to stop dithering on My Roanoke Nightmare and start answering some damn questions.Matt Fowler IGN MoviesOctober 06, 2016
There was a lot of information. Which is probably the best thing this series can offer us right now since there aren't any real scares.Emily L. Stephens AV ClubOctober 06, 2016
In a messy, visceral jumble of storytelling from every angle, "Chapter 4" of American Horror Story: Roanoke spills its guts.Sadie Gennis TV.comOctober 06, 2016
Instead of all the blood and sex American Horror Story is known for, this week's Roanoke was one big info-dump, laying out the entire history of the Millers' haunted farmhouse - including an interesting connection to Freak Show.