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Twisting even deeper, "True Killers" adds supernatural elements that keep the momentum high in this sensational season.
While "1984" finds effective ways to play in the genre, the homage-y elements have been done just as well elsewhere, if not better, and it seems a little too comfortable mimicking the structure of past seasons.
It's hard to say if the third and fourth episodes of American Horror Story: 1984 represents the new season settling into a comfortable rhythm, but the pair of episodes definitely hit the sweet spot for this famously wild series.
This episode just felt chaotic to me.
Overall it feels curiously muted.
Even though the clock has only budged a few inches, pretty much everything we thought we knew about our gang and their intentions has changed.
As the fourth episode of the season concluded, there is an even higher anticipation as we draw closer to the mid-season, the potential for a major twist lurking in the shadows coupled by the continuation of a nightmare that seems to have no conclusion.
The resurrection powers of Satan are now in play, which means that anyone who is dead - or subsequently killed - is eligible for resurrection. Doh! Ryan Murphy'd again.
The twists, they just keep coming...
The best episode of American Horror Story Season 9. It had thrills, chills, and everything in between.
Another well-crafted entry in the superb season of American Horror Story: 1984.
We've long suspected overly-devoted camp owner Margaret Booth (Leslie Grossman) was up to no good, but in "True Killers" we finally learn the truth...
Even with the show burning through reveals and cast members at a very high rate, there are still surprises to be had, thanks in no small part to the greater American Horror Story universe being a place where the supernatural, while rare, does exist.