American Horror Story: Hotel's Title Sequence Teases Terrifying Twists

Get ready to feel #blessed, because American Horror Story: Hotel‘s title sequence has hit the web — and it’s got a spooky religious spin!

Like title sequences past, Hotel‘s intro — which serves up everything from skulls to gas masks to pools of blood — perfectly captures the season’s chilling tone.

And you thought bed bugs were something to worry about? Sheesh.

Hit PLAY on the title sequence above, then drop a comment below: Do you have high hopes for Hotel?

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Lola says:

    So odd without Jessica Lange. I loved her creepy characters. Hopefully it will be an ok season.

  2. Joey says:

    I’m thoroughly enjoying the much more Asylum-esque vibe I’m getting from this sequence.

  3. “Are you my mommy?”

  4. Nancy Cianci says:


  5. Rinti says:

    The title sequence from last season was waaay better, but the storyline was kinda boring after episode 4. I hope this season is better.

  6. Sennis Dziadowicz says:

    Where is Finn Wittrock?

    • Joey says:

      He’s not main cast, which doesn’t mean all that much, really. Although he could possibly be killed off early-ish in the series, there were recurring actors in previous seasons who were in majority of the episodes (and played large roles), most obviously being Frances Conroy as Moira in Murder House.

  7. Eve says:

    I miss the creepy music of the original theme song. Kinda sad they changed it

  8. Creepers says:

    One thing I love about AHS is that they shoot on film and it looks awesome!