Last Updated on September 20, 2020
What makes American Horror Story such a success is that it’s not only about ghosts, witches, or aliens, it’s also about society and the real horrors of our minds.
This anthology horror TV series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk for FX is both erotic yet deeply disturbing. Each episode acts as a ‘miniseries’ of its own, with a clear beginning, middle, and ending. However, you can spot a couple of actors from previous episodes appear on the next, albeit taking on a new character and following a totally different storyline.
Some plots are loosely based on real events. In season 1 for instance, one of the guests at the ‘Murder House’ was named Elizabeth Short, more commonly known as the Black Dahlia. In real life, Short’s murder remains a mystery. Until today, people are still speculating over the identity of her culprit.
Believe it or not, you can download this famous show’s font for free thanks to KELGE fonts. But American Horror Story originally used a variant of ITC Willow, designed by Tony Forster. This was bought and used specifically for use in the logotype and all the episodes. For an edgier version, try this one from Font Meme.