american crime story
"The Assassination of Gianni Versace" Was a Rejection of Glamour
"American Crime Story" wasn't about Versace, fame, or fashion at all. It was about something much darker.
Versace's Killer Makes Being a Sociopath Look Like Freedom
In the sixth episode of "The Assassination of Gianni Versace," Andrew Cunanan demonstrates the liberation of fake connoisseurship.
What Did Versace's Lifestyle Provoke In His Killer?
This week, an ugly exploration of individual, internalized and institutionalized homophobia hints at what may have unsettled Andrew Cunanan about Gianni Versace, the show's only happy character.
Versace’s Killer Was a Male Inversion of the Femme Fatale
Episode four ensures we’ll never forget Andrew Cunanan’s first time—killing.
The Golden Age of Television
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: The Next Best Thing to Being a Star is Killing One
In episode two of American Crime Story, Versace contracts AIDS, and the series wallows deep in its own sense of kitsch.