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With a new day comes new questions of how 1984 will play out with a now mostly dead cast, as the mystery of Camp Redwood comes to a head in the wicked and gory "Red Dawn."
While the Episode 905 answered a few major questions, those reveals created a bunch of new questions.
Now instead of being a slasher show, it'll be American Horror Story: Murder House, only instead of a house, it will be a summer camp.
The sun finally rose on...American Horror Story: 1984, and what those poor children witnessed upon arriving at Camp Redwood will scar them for life.
By the end of "Red Dawn," the sun has risen at Camp Redwood and AHS:1984 has blown up its entire premise. Or is beginning to reveal its actual premise, depending on how you look at it.
It finally happened. After months of speculating, AHS: 1984 finally revealed the truth behind Camp Redwood this week.
So far the slasher homage has not let me down.
This is as good as American Horror Story gets, as far as I'm concerned.
With a new day and a new reality opens up a whole lot of new possibilities for this season with only a few episodes left.
American Horror Story Season 9 Episode 5 seemingly brought the Camp Redwood arc to a close, and it was quite the adventure.
Simply put, the story of Camp Redwood comes to an end in bloody, spectacular fashion.
It was filled with death, reveals, and some surprising turns for almost all of the characters on the series, but almost all of it begins to come together.
With a satisfying cap like that, American Horror Story could've ended its ninth season right here.