2. They took the “Kill Bill” whistle song and used it as the bone-chilling soundtrack for a school shooting.
3. They made the ’50s love song “Tonight You Belong to Me” by Patience And Prudence sound way more creepy than it would normally.
4. Mirah’s “Special Death” was the theme for a doomed romance in the first season.
5. “Dominque” by The Singing Nun is heard in every episode of the second season.
6. The show takes great delight in the hidden creepiness of ’60s pop music.
8. Lastly, we need to talk about Jessica Lange’s instant-classic “Name Game” scene.
Lead characters rarely go completely insane, and if they do, it’s usually scored with some incredibly dramatic music. When Jessica Lange’s Sister Jude goes off the deep end in episode 10 of the second season,, Murphy chose a song that didn’t sound insane, but actually felt genuinely crazy. It’s an ambiguous dream sequence in which Jessica Lange sings her own version of “The Name Game” and proves without a doubt to the audience that she’s completely lost her damn mind, but in the very best way.
- Thirty-one people are dead after two passenger trains derailed within minutes of each other on a flooded bridge in central India.