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1984 delivers its best episode yet in a mind-blowing installment stuffed to the brim with endless reveals -- a fine return to AHS form.
Episode Three, "Slashdance," is a bit more straightforward, with several big twists but nothing that's particularly confusing or outlandish the way the second episode was.
While that was a slightly better episode of American Horror Story, I think that I'm in the minority because I still don't think it was very good!
"Slashdance" added some much needed texture for me.
Shocking, spoilery, and deliciously salacious.
By far the best episode of American Horror Story Season 9, and one that featured reveals you would expect to come in the finale.
The latest episode of the horror anthology series teased two more shocking mysteries, another gruesome death that may be coming back for vengeance, and oh-so-many serial killers.
With a return to its roots, AHS 1984 is stronger than it has been in a long time, delivering the horror and the entertainment of genre films of the past, with the success only Ryan Murphy could conjure.
The twists and turns keeping coming episode after episode this season, and it makes me wonder what could come next.
We already had an inkling that nothing at Camp Redwood is as it seems (thank you, ghost counselor), but..."Slashdance" really drives home the point.
Watching fictional characters die is rarely so much fun.
This is easily the best episode of American Horror Story: 1984 in what's already been a cautiously optimistic season.
Everything we've ever known is a lie.