American Horror Story: Asylum: Soooooo.... Aliens. OK, Cool.
Arden later kidnaps Walker and straps him down to an operating table. I'm not sure if director Bradley Buecker was actively striving for the Josef Mengele vibe, but it arrived in spades with an ace to trump. Both he and his "patient" are stopped dead in their tracks though by the strange microchip that Arden extracts sans anesthesia from Walker's neck... a microchip that grows legs and suddenly runs away.
Thus far an audience couldn't be happier with Asylum. The decision to end the Harmon family storyline was the correct one. It had already overstayed its welcome by season end. By embracing both extraterrestrial and body horror in Asylum, it's clear that a more modern and terrifying approach is imminent. If you're looking for the edge that so many horror movies lack these days, you'll find it on Asylum.
American Horror Story: Asylum airs Wednesdays at 10/9 central on FX.