One nice thing about American Horror Story: Coven is how, for the most part, each episode continues where the last ended. The episode may open up with a flashback to a particular character's history, but its quick and gets back to what the audience is waiting for. Burn, Witch, Burn! Is no exception to this rule as is opens up with a brief glimpse into Delphine's sadistic relationship with her three daughters and then returns us to Marie's Halloween gift to the school, Voodoo zombies.
The problem with relying on this camera tricks is that this comes across as though the narrative itself can't do the trick of adequately creating the mood the creators wanted to achieve. Camera tricks may help in enhancing to the suspense or craziness of a scene in a film, but when it is overused the effect no longer works. In this show the style was overused from episode one, detracting from the shock value.
The episode ends with another moment of what is going to happen. Misty Day is seen kneeling before the burned body of Myrtle, and with Misty Day's resurrection powers this action is worth keeping an eye on.