Extremely NSFW clip recaps American Horror Story Asylum in 1 min

FX’s hit horror series American Horror Story touched on some pretty depraved topics in its second season, and seeing it all piled into a 60-second clip is absolutely disturbing (in a good way).

The first season was pretty crazy on its own, but the writers went completely insane with the second year of the anthology series. Asylum threw demons, aliens and crazy Nazi scientists at the wall just to see what would stick. For the most part it worked, and the folks at /Film have decided to break down all the depraved twists and WTF-ery in a 60-second clip.

It’s worth seeing, just to be reminded how much crazy stuff they managed to toss into a season of this show. The full video is a little over 5 minutes long, looking at the total craziness that was Asylum. But don’t worry, the 60-second recap comes early in the clip. From the footage of the show itself to the curse-filled commentary, this one is definitely NSFW.

Check out the clip below:

Did you check into the Asylum? Will you be coming back for year three?

(Via /Film)

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