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Filled with paranoia-fueled chills, "Election Night" launches another unpredictable, satirical season of American Horror Story.
... the scariest thing about American Horror Story, the world we are actually living in, remains even after you turn it off.
Perhaps best of all, it really is a horror story. One that uses artful cinematography and remarkable performances.
The episode's random acts of violence don't confront fear so much as exploit it.
Paulson is playing an unhinged woman perfectly, and Ally surely has more than her fair share of problems. Just like the rest of America, it seems like she's being gas-lit by current events.
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.
[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).
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.
The season seven premiere was more chilling than I was ready for - and I've been watching it since it's beginning in 2011.
All tricks and no treats, it makes Halloween look candy-ass.
American Horror Story: Cult is using a setting and storyline that might draw on first-timers who are as shocked by this first episode as they were on election night.
So first question is the obvious one: How is Cult doing so far at its satire of Trump's America? So far, not too bad.
If Murphy doesn't fill in the blanks in the coming episodes this might end up being the most confusing season yet. Now that is a scary thought.