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American Horror Story: Roanoke

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  • American Horror Story: Roanoke
  • Editor: Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk
  • Director: various
  • Producer: various
  • Year: 2016
  • Country: United States
  • 40 minutes
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Supernatural events occur in a renovated farmhouse in North Carolina, situated on the land where the Roanoke Colony moved after their infamous disappearance in the 1580s. In 2015, a couple recount their harrowing experience living in the farmhouse that previous year, in a popular documentary series titled 'My Roanoke Nightmare', which includes their encounters with the ghosts of the house's previous residents, the violent ghosts of the Roanoke Colony, the cannibalistic Polk family who live nearby, and the beautiful, yet terrifying Celtic goddess, Sc\áthach.

The documentary becomes a huge success, and this success leads to a sequel titled 'Return to Roanoke: Three Days In Hell'. The producers of the original series invite the couple, as well as many of the reenactment actors, to return to the farmhouse for three days, where all their actions will be captured by hidden cameras. But the production eventually descends into disaster, however, as cast and crew alike are quickly targeted when the violent entities arrive.

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A slave owner has a gay relationship with his slave.

Much of the core cast (and crew) identified as queer. This season includes: Lady Gaga, Sarah Paulson, Denis O'Hare, Cheyenne Jackson, Leslie Jordan, Chaz Bono, Brian Firkus and Ryan Murphy.

Rating B
Queer Vampire Rating D-
Amount of Gay Content making out

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