'American Horror Story: Double Feature:' Every Easter Egg and Horror Reference So Far

Here is every reference and throwback included in the horror anthology's 10th season.

10/24/2021 12:14:00 AM

'American Horror Story: Double Feature:' Every Easter Egg and Horror Reference So Far

Here is every reference and throwback included in the horror anthology's 10th season.

, which also popularized the term. In the movie, a naive woman (Ingrid Bergman) moves into her deceased aunt's house with her new husband (Charles Boyer). Her husband confines her to the house and tells her she's imagining things when she hears a knocking in the walls and sees the gas lights dimming. She starts to doubt her sanity, but (

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spoiler alert) it turns out her husband was just tricking her, so he could steal her aunt's jewels.Pietro Locatelli’sL’arte del violinoThis content is imported from YouTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

The violin piece that Alma plays throughout the episode, and that she uses to justify drinking her baby brother's blood is Locatelli Caprice in D major, which she says is so complicated that a man once killed himself because he couldn't get it right. Though there's no historical record of the man, the piece itself is part of Baroque violinist and composer Pietro Locatelli’s headtopics.com

L’arte del violino.The 1737 composition–12 concerti written for solo violin, strings, and bass–made Locatelli known as a pioneer of modern violin technique. Alma was likely referring to the final concerto of the composition, which Locatelli nicknamed"Labyrinth," short for"Harmonic Labyrinth: Easy to enter; difficult to escape!"

Tuberculosis Karen's deathAfter killing Mickey and painting her masterpiece, Tuberculosis Karen kills herself by cutting her wrists and walking into the ocean. The way Karen dies is actually similar to the suicide of 20th-century writer Virginia Woolf. In March 1941, the modernist author, who had a long history of depression, filled the pockets of her coat with stones and walked into the River Ouse near her home, where she drowned at the age of 59.

Lily Rabe playing DorisDoris Gardner's story has a rough end in Episode 5, where she turns into a Pale Person after her daughter, Alma, convinces her to take the black pill. Red Tide isn't the first time that Lily Rabe has played a dedicated mother in

AHS. In Season 1 (Murder House), she played Nora Montgomery, a socialite (and the house's original owner) who took her life after her baby died and her husband mutilated the corpse. Also, in Season 9 (1984), she played Lavinia Richter, the summer camp cook who went on a rampage, murdering several counselors, after her favored son Bobby died on her other son, Benjamin's, watch. headtopics.com

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The Day The Earth Stood Still(1951)Death Valley's black-and-white 50s plot seems to draw from the classic alien invasion flickThe Day The Earth Stood Still. Robert Wise's 1951 horror film followed the government response to an alien invasion.Amelia Earhart

In the 1954 scenes, Lily Rabe plays Amelia Earhart, the first female pilot to fly solo across the Pacific Ocean. President Eisenhower discovers Earhart in the desert, 17 years after she disappeared during a flight over the Pacific Ocean in 1937. She tells the president that she was abducted and probed by aliens, and she is now pregnant.

When Earhart panics out in the hospital room, saying that Eisenhower isn't the president, Franklin D. Roosevelt is, she starts shouting for"Fred." The man she called for is Fred Noonan, the aviator who served as Earhart’s navigator during her fatal flight (and also disappeared).

Mamie Eisenhower's Halloween partyThough Death Valley spends half its time revising history, First Lady Mamie Eisenhower did have an excessive love of parties. She loved celebrating birthdays, including those of her staff members, for which she would order ornate decorated cakes. She also became the first person to decorate the White House for Halloween in 1958. Presidents John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, and Jimmy Carter followed the tradition, and now the presidential residence typically hosts trick-or-treaters or throw a party on the holiday. headtopics.com

Valiant ThorAHS alum Cody Fern plays an human-alien diplomat based on one of several conspiracy theories jammed into Death Valley's '50s storyline, that President Eisenhower met with aliens. Frank Stranges' book The Stranger at the Pentagon claims that the extraterrestrial group was led by Commander Valiant Thor. The book's version wasn't specified as part-robot, though, and didn't hook up with Mamie Eisenhower.

Marilyn Monroe's deathThe legendary actor died of a drug overdose, an apparent suicide, in 1952, but several conspiracy theories about her death claim that she was murdered by government operatives for knowing too much. In Death Valley, both she and John F. Kennedy were assassinated after JFK spilled the beans about the alien treaty and Monroe films a confession video for the American public. The show's Marilyn even had her own close encounter as a kid, where her teddy bear morphed into an alien.

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Steve Jobs and the iPodOn one of his visits with President Eisenhower, Valiant Thor offers up some alien tech that looks very similar to a first-generation iPod. He says that one day the human race will computers that will fit in their pockets, showing how all of the present day's advanced tech is a product of the alien treaty (including Mamie's new microwave oven. Steve Jobs had also shown up in the present-day alien compound (a.k.a. Area 51) so it looks like he had a long partnership with the aliens.

Stanley Kubrick directing the fake Moon LandingThere are several conspiracy theories about the government faking the moon landing, and in the world of Death Valley, the aliens were in on it. The show has famed director Stanley Kubrick directing the fake landing, with NASA approaching him because Nixon loved his film

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