Critic Consensus: Filled with paranoia-fueled chills, "Election Night" launches another unpredictable, satirical season of American Horror Story.
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Critic reviews for Election Night
... the scariest thing about American Horror Story, the world we are actually living in, remains even after you turn it off.
When a key characters grabs a bottle of rosé as a potential defense weapon in the first episode, it's clear there isn't enough wine in the universe to make this mess go away.
All tricks and no treats, it makes Halloween look candy-ass.
It's always ill advised to try and predict Ryan Murphy's next move, so perhaps for now we'll just focus on getting the clowns out of our brains before it's time to sleep.
[Evan Peters' Kai is] turning out to be the show's scariest villain in years. That's not to say the reemergence of Twisty during that grotesque comic book sequence in the premiere didn't have us reaching for the covers (and a puke bucket).
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